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10 Things I Know About You...A man with his own mind
Mike Bain is a 33 year old who appreciates music. He dresses in his own style, and isn’t afraid to be himself. The world’s beauty is important to him, and doing his part to insure that is one of his priorities. 1. Why are you here? To make the wor... Read more

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News

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Harper trumpets plans during Fanshawe visit
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s Fanshawe College visit was highlighted with the unveiling of an economic plan that targets a wide range of Canadians and should benefit post secondary institutions like Fanshawe. Harper announced that in anti... Read more

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Need help finding employment?
Graduating, or just trying to find a job in the unstable economy? On Tuesday, March 24 the Middlesex Job Fair is taking place at the Gemini Sportsplex in Strathroy. The fair will showcase employers in and around London who are seeking full and part... Read more

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Cooper wins FSU President, voting over 3,000
Elections have wrapped up and the newly elected FSU President, Jabari Cooper, is ready to take on challenges sworn to during campaign week. “One of my first priorities will be to establish a relationship with the students around campus,” said Cooper... Read more

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Exchange of a lifetime
Fanshawe College and Ibaraki Christian University in Kanto Plains, Japan have partnered up giving students a chance to learn abroad and experience different cultures. “The main idea is to have domestic (Canadian) students from Fanshawe have the oppo... Read more

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Colleges want more funding
Students from Ontario colleges and the College Student Alliance (CSA) have launched a campaign to persuade government to rethink their education spending. Students’ objective is to let the McGuinty government, along with other members of the Provinc... Read more

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Get caught recycling
Isn’t the thought of getting caught exciting? I mean recycling of course, and here’s why, all during Environmental Awareness Week anyone “caught” recycling will be handed a ballot to enter to win a free bicycle. There will also be fun events happeni... Read more

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Career Corner: Co-op’s unique to Canada
March 22 to 28 is Co-operative Education Week in Canada - a good time to celebrate the success of the co-operative model of education and to recognize the contribution of students and employers to the success of college education across Canada. As a... Read more

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Law Talk: Dealing with your landlord
The Landlord and Tenant Board applies the Residential Tenancies Act in residential landlord and tenant cases. One of the Board’s responsibilities is to provide information about the Act to landlords and tenants. In many cases, once landlords and ten... Read more

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F.A.T.S. Knows!
How do I graduate? Around the middle of June, thousands of successful students cross the graduation stage and are officially welcomed as new alumni. Do you plan to finish your certificate, diploma or degree program this term? Here’s what you need... Read more

Opinion

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Bleeding ink all over a dying industry
If you are reading a copy of this newspaper in print, you may not know it but you are slowly turning the pages into history. This newspaper, along with most others these days, is available online, which many people prefer and see as the “wave” of the... Read more

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Letter to the Editor: More cash for clubs
Is $300.00 really enough? Thinking of starting a club at Fanshawe College? Well $300 would be your annual budget. This may seem like a lot, but not if your club has a size of 20 or 50 members. That works out to being $30 a member if the club has 20 ... Read more

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Letter to the editor: Parking problems on campus
My car was stolen from Parking Lot Five at Fanshawe. There were also three cars, which had their windows smashed out and various items stolen. At this time it came to my attention through speaking to many other students that there have been several ... Read more

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No bitchin’ just petition
Recently you may have seen me or members of the Student Administrative Council walking around asking Fanshawe students to sign a petition. Every college student union in Ontario that is a member of the CSA is getting students to sign these petitions ... Read more

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No jobs on a dead planet
“Only when the last tree has died and the last river has been poisoned and the last fish has been caught, will we realize that we cannot eat money.” Yet as the last of the world’s old-growth forests are being cut, and toxins are being dumped into ou... Read more

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Finding your language of love
No drinking. Some time ago my wife and I had our first child. Along the way I learned this rule about pregnancy and alcohol: the two must never be mixed. If they are the result can be what is known as Fetal Alcohol Syndrome. The symptoms range from... Read more

Lifestyles

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Heathers makes an impression at Music Week
The weekly article I write is intended to publicize the concerts of artists who have recently performed in London, or will be performing in the near future. This one, however, has nothing to do with that. It’s about a band called Heathers, twin sing... Read more

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Music’s biggest geek
...continued from last week Last week we left off talking to the Music Geek, Alan Cross, about how his monstrous music obsession started, his two shows Ongoing History of New Music and Explore Music and what the role of a music journalist is today... Read more

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Charity disc has hits, but more misses
Despite big names, and big covers, War Child Heros disappoints Compilations are usually hit or miss. Most of the time you will not find a complete record that is filled with artists you like, and it is inevitable that you will be hitting the skip ... Read more

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One hour isn’t enough
Next Saturday lights will be going off all over the world for Earth Hour Six thousand, nine hundred and fourteen schools, 1,539 cities, 17,031 business’ and 80 countries will be flicking off their lights on Saturday, March 28 from 8:30 to 9:30pm. ... Read more

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Canada’s war role exposed in film
Independent documentary filmmakers Amy Miller and Boban Chaldovich are currently on a 41-city coast-to-coast tour premiering their new film 'Myths For Profit'. Released by Wide Open Exposure, an autonomous media production team, Myths For Profit is ... Read more

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New Jason takes horror on the run
Friday the 13th Jason Voorhees comes back once again to get revenge for his mother’s death by killing teenagers who drink, do drugs and have sex. Who doesn’t know the story of Jason and his mother? When Jason was young he went to a camp called C... Read more

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Students to show, wear, art
Don’t miss the excitement! Second year Fashion Merchandising students are proud to present Fashion….The Fifth Element; Earth, Wind, Fire and Water: a Wearable Art Fashion Show. This fun-filled evening is slated for Thursday, March 26th at the Music ... Read more

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Ultimate blonde ambition
I never played with Barbie, at least not in the conventional way. Growing up as the tomboy of my two other sisters, I would decapitate my sister’s Barbie’s or throw them in the toilet, explaining to my horrified sisters’ that “they just wanted to tak... Read more

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Victoria’s Secret empire
Victoria’s Secret is more than bronzed goddesses, glamorous catalogues and fashion shows. Under their amazing marketing techniques to get attention from both sexes, Victoria’s Secret is an outstanding brand, empire and company. They have the stock fi... Read more

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Label smashes through recession
Stomp Records’ Matt Collyer talks labels, debt, and why sometimes staying in school isn’t the best option MONTREAL (CUP) – “No one would sign us!” exclaimed Matt Collyer, singer of the Planet Smashers and owner of Stomp Records, when asked why he ... Read more

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Zodiac Stargazer Horoscope
Aries (March 21 - April 19) Believe the forecasts and warnings. Aries would rather be reassured, but that comfort is a luxury right now. Worrying is a perfectly sane response as long as you know when to quit. Taurus (April 20 - May 20) Earthy Ta... Read more

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Comics
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Grad makes the music behind the games
Fanshawe graduate of Music Industry Arts and head of video game music and sound production company, Zygomatic Productions, David Kerr is becoming a central figure in London’s game development industry. Kerr has worked as a composer and sound designe... Read more

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So you wanna be in a rock band?: Successfully merging commerce with craft
Three examples that prove music and business can work together It is still chiefly the case that if one succeeds in this business, both in terms of achieving economic remuneration and popularity among the “unwashed” masses, they will be labelled a... Read more

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Hot or Not: Shoes
Hot The fringed look You can only pull these fab shoes off if you are wearing the right outfit with them. A form-fitting mini dress is perfect with these because the shoes will be able to stand out a whole lot more. Gladiator I can’t get enou... Read more

Sports

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Gliding around the world on ice
Taryn Milne sails down the ice as the crowd is cheering and applauding; it’s as if there is a live orchestra with the stunning beauty being displayed. No, it’s not hockey, but synchronized skating. Synchronized skating is an ice sport where a team ... Read more

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On the football front
Contract ripple effect Free agency and trades have been made recently and it’s been causing a ripple effect. Albert Haynesworth just signed an astounding $100 million deal with the Redskins and he will be guaranteed $41 million in the next three ye... Read more

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Shooting hoops
Name: Syed Raza Age: 21 Field of study: Business Sport: Intramural Basketball (Fly Boyz) Have you had any injuries? A couple, but not major. We don’t play against the best players all the time, and sometimes they can get a little crazy.

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Fun and Fitness: The balancing act of stability balls
You may be wondering what those people in the gym are doing when they are exercising on a core stability ball or bosu ball. Or you may actually be one of those people performing these balancing acts. These types of activities are categorized as unsta... Read more

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Lace up your skates
Do you love playing hockey? Miss the competitiveness?? The adrenaline rush? Well Fanshawe has just the right league for you...Intramural Men’s Ice Hockey League. The league starts at the end of October and ends in March every year, therefore giving ... Read more

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Motoring: Suzuki misses the market
Suzuki has one of the smallest line-ups of any auto manufacturer. They have one sedan, two hatchbacks, one pick-up truck (thanks to the new Equator) and two SUV’s. As far as their SUV’s go, we have tested the Grand Vitara on these pages over the yea... Read more

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A lot on the line in Liddell vs Rua
As the UFC gets set to crash land in the Canadian hot bed of MMA it brings with it some top tier talent and a perfect showcase of what the best the UFC has to offer when it comes to putting together top notch cards. The co and main events certainly ... Read more

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