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Pride Flag raised at Fanshawe
On July 18, the Pride flag was raised at Fanshawe College's London campus to coincide with the beginning of the Pride London Festival in London. Read more

Controversial pro-life film completes one-week run
A controversial anti-abortion film has completed its one-week run in 14 Cineplex theatres across the country, including London's Silvercity location. Read more

More possible victims in human trafficking investigation
London Police believe there may be more victims of an online human trafficking ad targeting students. Read more

Minister of Labour announces Ontario-wide inspection blitz
Monte McNaughton, Ontario's Minister of Labour, appeared at London's Thames Park on July 15 to announce a safety inspection blitz for young workers. Read more

Fanshawe signs new collaboration with institute from Peru
Fanshawe College, along with Instituto del Sur (ISUR) of Arequipa, Peru, have made an agreement that will enable students and faculty to move between both institutions. Read more

Barbie launched into space
Each year Fanshawe College hosts a STEM camp and this year, representatives from Mattel and Sent Into Space took part in a special event in which the iconic Barbie was launched into space. Read more

Justin Trudeau speaks at 25th annual Sunfest opening ceremony
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made an appearance at the opening ceremony for the 25th annual TD Sunfest along with other local MPs, MPPs, and London mayor Ed Holder.  Read more

VRcadia hosts virtual reality event for seniors
On June 27, VRcadia held an event at Cherryhill Village Mall with VR demonstrations aiming towards senior members of the community. Read more

London sex workers inspiration for play
A new play at the TAP Centre for Creativity is using the lives of London sex workers as inspiration to demystify stereotypes and humanize those in the industry.  Read more

Deal or No Deal
Several times throughout the year, the Fanshawe Student Union presents Deal or No Deal, where Fanshawe students have the chance to win up to $1000. Read more

Interrobang at Forest City ComiCon
Interrobang reporter Emma Fairgrieve spoke to artists, fans, droids and one particularly evil individual at the 2019 Forest City ComiCon, which was held at Centennial Hall on June 1. Read more

Burger Burger named among world's best burger restaurants
Interrobang reporter Emma Fairgrieve recently visited Burger Burger, which was named second best burger restaurant in Canada by Big 7 Travel as well as being named tenth best in the world. Read more

Poutine Feast
Interrobang was on hand to speak with organizers, vendors and patrons at the recent Poutine Feast in Victoria Park. Read more

I Choose You <em>Detective Pikachu</em>!
Detective Pikachu is a quirky, fun live-action movie starring everyone's favourite pocket monster. Read more

FSU brings students together with summertime barbecue
On May 9, 2019 Fanshawe Student Union (FSU) hosted a free summer barbeque event for Fanshawe full-time students studying in the current summer term. Read more

Silver Linings
Despite a first-place finish atop the Western Conference, not to mention beginning the playoffs on a 7-0 start, the London Knights season ended on April 16. Read more

FSU raises funds for MADD's London chapter
The Fanshawe Student Union (FSU) presented a cheque for $7,000 to the London Chapter of MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) Canada on April 25. Read more

Fanshawe men's volleyball coach wins excellence award
Patrick Johnston, head coach of the Fanshawe men's volleyball team, is the first Fanshawe College coach to win the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association's (CCAA) Coaching Excellence Award. Read more

Fanshawe class finds mislabelling, lice in Ontario sushi
A Fanshawe biology professor has received national attention after her class found nauseating results earlier this month from an experiment that tested DNA in southwestern Ontario sushi. Read more

Jade Kovacevic named top Ontario Colleges female athlete
The Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) announced April 17 that Fanshawe Falcons women's soccer player, Jade Kovacevic, has ben named the 2018 to 2019 Female Athlete of the Year. Read more

Fanshawe Athletics wraps up record-breaking season with Athletics Awards Banquet
Fanshawe Athletics has officially completed its best season yet, setting a record for the most medals won with a combined 28 Provincial and National medals. Read more

12 Days of Cleaning
London mayor Ed Holder visited Fanshawe on April 16 to launch a 12 Days of Cleaning campaign. Read more

Fanshawe photography student takes home national award
Second-year photography student, Casey Wiginton, has completed her school year with a national award in tow. Wiginton was one of five finalists in the photography category for a 2019 Emerge Media Award (EMA). Read more

Fanshawe College expands again
According to an April 10 media release, the College is working to create a new campus at 1060 Wellington Rd. The location is the site of the former Westervelt College building. Read more

Interrobang visits Smash Club
Interrobang Reporter Angela McInnes files this report from Smash Club, a new business in London that is all the rage. Read more

Central Cannabis opens its doors
Interrobang was on hand this past Monday morning when Central Cannabis became the first brick-and-mortar cannabis store to open its doors in London. Read more

Juno awards leave a lasting impact on London
After months of anticipation, the Junos have finally come and gone, but the impact left on the community is lasting. Read more

Interrobang speaks to Brett Kissel
While in London for the recent JUNO Week festivities, Brett Kissel, this year's winner for Country Album of the Year, spoke to Interrobang Editor Melissa Novacaska about past stops in London, his early experiences at the Junos and what he hopes his fans get out of his music and live performances. Read more

Young entrepreneur to launch accessibility app
At 19, Ryan Kelly has created an app that will make the Internet a more accessible place for Ontarians with disabilities. Read more

Fanshawe Live: Dundas Place
Interrobang's coverage of Fanshawe: Live Dundas Place on March 15, 2019, which featured performances from current Fanshawe students and Fanshawe alumni as well. Read more

Interrobang speaks to Jess Moskaluke
Interrobang editor Melissa Novacaska spoke with Canadian country artist Jess Moskaluke during a stop at Budweiser Gardens with Paul Brandt and friends, to chat touring, her new single and her nomination at the upcoming Juno Awards. Read more

Abdullah Qassab elected 2019/2020 FSU president
The votes are in, and the Fanshawe community has spoken: Abdullah Qassab is the next president of the Fanshawe Student Union (FSU) for the 2019/2020 term. Read more

Ford government accuses student unions of "Marxism"
Premier Doug Ford accused student unions of Marxism while asking for donations in a fundraising email sent out on Monday. Read more

Frostbiking: The joys of winter riding
You see them out there. Bundled up so that just their eyes are visible, reflective gear almost blinding. You ask yourself, What is wrong with these people? Read more

A magical moment at Budweiser Gardens
Witches, Wizards, muggles and more crowded into Budweiser Gardens to take in the magical, wizarding and musical world of Harry Potter And The Chamber Of SecretsRead more

"Our world is falling apart": Local protesters march against pipeline, RCMP
A demonstration led by local Indigenous communities took to the streets of downtown London on Jan. 9 as part of a national protest against the federal government and plans for a TransCanada pipeline. Read more

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