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10 Things I Know About You...Di Cesare loves kicking balls
Rosalyn Di Cesare is a first year business-accounting student. Don’t sell this 4'11” girl with brown hair short. Rosalyn was born and raised in London, Ontario and has two parents who are Italian. And as a full-blooded Italian she naturally loves soc... Read more

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College on Thurman party: “We’re disappointed”
After a relatively quiet start to the school year, Fanshawe is back in the headlines again after a raucous party on Thurman Circle this past Halloween weekend. “We’re disappointed,” said Emily Marccocia, director of marketing and communications at F... Read more

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Raising global consciousness
To be a citizen means to contribute and participate. On Thursday, October 29th 2009, the School of Language and Liberal Studies presented another speaker series that proved to be a huge success between the student body and faculty of Fanshawe Colleg... Read more

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Law Talk: Speeding comes with consequences
On September 30, 2007, the Ontario Government enacted legislation that drastically increased the penalty for speeding more than 50km/h over the posted speed limit. Somewhat inappropriately referred to as the “shock and awe campaign,” the new legislat... Read more

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Career Corner: Getting on the employer’s radar
You’ve sent out your resume and covering letter in response to that ad for your dream job and are now wondering just what is going on with your application. Why haven’t they called you to arrange an interview? You’ve been waiting patiently and ultima... Read more

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Local Business Profile - Palasad: More than bowling pins and pizza
There are bowling alleys, than there is Palasad. Located at the corner of Oxford and Adelaide, with a second spot on Southdale and Wonderland, Palasad offers something unique in the way of bowling and billiards.

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All in the family
As a child, Brady Williams watched his father, Lee, jet off to Bosnia, Egypt, Kosovo and other far off locations as a search and rescue pilot for the Canadian Air Force. Back then, it was very difficult to understand why his dad needed to be away al... Read more

Opinion

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Faith Meets Life: Pushing the boundaries of holiness and faith
Mosques, church buildings, temples, synagogues – these are the places we think of when we think of religious faith. Priests, shamans, immams, monks, nuns, popes, church ministers – these are the people we typically think of when we consider faith. B... Read more

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Mckay’s a stress abiding citizen
With a new month at the helm of our college boat, stress is on the rise. Projects, essays, tests, anything that can get that blood pressure rising is working in full. You might find that your professors have a ruthless grip on your time management ab... Read more

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Green Living: On a date with the environment
These days, dating can be just as challenging as sitting through job interviews. So, why not give yourself an advantage by demonstrating an earth-conscious attitude? Perhaps there’s an environmental activist girl or guy you’re looking to impress, or ... Read more

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Life’s Like That: Halloween, a jip or treat for todays kids?
Halloween is an October tradition almost every kid, adult and those in between dream about. Whether it is the candy, costumes, pumpkins and ghouls of the grave it is a celebration that for me year after year holds a special place in my heart.

Lifestyles

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You never knew you loved... Loving that lady punk sound of Riot Grrrl genre
The feminists of the sixties were both matched and one-upped by their daughters when the Third Wave of feminism hit in the early nineties. Not only did their ideology have an agenda, it had a soundtrack. Riot Grrrl music was pulled out of the punk s... Read more

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Bobbyisms: A different approachable
I write about random things a lot. I write a lot about random things. It’s funny, writing about music can be just as tainted by double meanings as any other kind of writing. For example, if a reviewer writes that a record is ‘approachable,’ it could ... Read more

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Kelly’s Speak Your Mind a hit
Ian Kelly: Speak Your Mind A unique voice combined with enticing and raw talent. Ian Kelly, a bilingual singer-songwriter released his second album Speak Your Mind, with rave reviews.

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Ash Lee Blade brings 80s metal back
Ash Lee Blade is getting ready to cut loose in the Forest City. The Toronto-based band is making the trip to London later this month, where they will take the stage at Pandemic Nightclub.

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The Artist Life starting riots?
For having an EP entitled Let’s Start a Riot, The Artist Life are actually pretty calm guys. “The name came from a song we wrote,” said Dean Richards, one of the band’s two writers, on the way back from an in-store performance and signing north of T... Read more

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Rawkin: Shack treated to an earful of screamo
Unable to attend Free New Music Friday Night at the Out Back Shack due to illness, I still thought it would be worthwhile reviewing the three bands websites and streaming audio. BURNusBOTH: The main act that played the Out Back Shack, BURNusBOTH,... Read more

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Blog uncovers underground Canadian music
SASKATOON (CUP) – To come clean, popular Canadian indie music has started boring me. Lately, CBC Radio 3 and Exclaim! magazine are championing a bunch of bands that – for the most part – I find dull and homogenous. Over the years, I have come across... Read more

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Londoners wanna be a VJ
Imagine signing up for a contest, fully aware that thousands of others would also be vying for the coveted spot as a host on one of Canada’s most well-known television stations. Then, almost as quickly as you signed up, you suddenly find yourself al... Read more

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Cinema Connoisseur: All that glitters is gold
Glitter (2001) Mariah Carey is one of the top-selling artists of all-time, with over 175 million albums sold. This puts her in an elite category with acts such as Elvis Presley, The Beatles and Michael Jackson. This can certainly be attributed to ... Read more

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Law Abiding Citizen proves to be cinematic thrill ride
Law Abiding Citizen (2009) “It’s not what you know Clyde, it’s what you can prove.” These words, uttered by Assistant District Attorney Nick Rice (Jamie Foxx) early in the film, pinpoint one of the primary themes in Law Abiding Citizen - corruptio... Read more

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Couples Retreat a good laugh for all
Couples Retreat (2009) Couples Retreat begins with an intriguing introduction, and a quick look into the everyday lives of four married couples. The story unravels with some seemingly harmless interactions between the couples that reflect how thei... Read more

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Food for Thought: Easy healthy food ideas for the cooking challenged
Some people are just unlucky in the kitchen. They seem to be able to burn almost anything, and claim the only thing they know how to make is Kraft Dinner. Does this sound like you? Cooking can be challenging, but there is hope for you yet. The kitche... Read more

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Love Lola: Porcelain Princess not so hot to beau when ill
Dear Lola, My girlfriend and I have been dating for about three months. She’s super hot and we’ve been having so much fun together. A few weeks ago, she got very sick and I rushed to be with her. I brought her magazines, made her tea and stayed with... Read more

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Zodiac Stargazer Horoscope
Aries (March 21 - April 19) There are no rules out on the cutting edge. You’re strong enough for anything, and positive that it will all turn out for the best. Your every desire is signed, sealed and delivered. Taurus (April 20 - May 20) You hav... Read more

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Getting on top of the hottest trends for winter
Halloween is over and now every retailer in the world is forcing us to focus on Christmas. As winter is creeping up on us quickly, and the cold weather can cause us to become lazier with fashion, - what’s the point in concocting a super cute outfit i... Read more

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Interwebology: Voyeurism 2.0
The classic image of the voyeur is that of a Peeping Tom peering through the curtains at an unsuspecting woman, a pervert trying to get a clandestine fix. However, what was once taboo has become commonplace. With the proliferation of Internet pornogr... Read more

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Sports

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Men’s basketball team continually improving
Respect, dedication and chemistry is what defines a successful team. The men’s basketball team is such a young and raw team that some may be skeptical of them achieving greatness. The team is laden with talent, from rookies who have so much potentia... Read more

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Success doesn’t come easy for lady Falcons hoopsters
The lady basketball Falcons have started the season 2-1 despite underwhelming play. Recent games have shown the lady’s lacking ball movement that helps lead to points. From watching their style of play you can easily see the skill level on the team,... Read more

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Women’s volleyball team finding their way
In 1972 the last of the American ground units left Vietnam, Ceylon became a republic renaming itself Sri Lanka and Pong ushered in the video game era. This also was the last time that a Fanshawe volleyball team won OCAA gold.

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Do Leafs have what it takes?
The Toronto Maple Leafs may just be the hardest working losers in the National Hockey League. The Leafs are at the very bottom of the Eastern Conference, looking up at the rest of the NHL. But, are they the worst team in the league? Well, technicall... Read more

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Injury bug bites UFC hard
Recently there has been some major changes to upcoming UFC cards, and it begs to ask the question: Are the events becoming too frequent and not allowing fighters adaquate time to recover, rest and prepare to fight? The UFC 106 event was to feature B... Read more

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Fun and Fitness: Canada becoming nation of golden oldies
We are getting older. I don’t mean you, the reader, or me, the writer. I mean Canada in general. Ever take a stroll through Cherry Hill area and wonder why you are the only person under 65? Well get used to it because there is going to be a lot more... Read more

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Motoring: Sink your teeth into the Ford F-150 SVT Raptor
When it comes to vehicle names, there have been some duds, and there have been some studs. For instance, I, personally, wouldn’t drive around in a Chevrolet Aveo, because, in my view, the name is better suited to a bar of soap, than a vehicle. On the... Read more

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The Neighbourhood Mechanic: Unfixed problems can lead to expensive repairs
I think most of us have seen the movie Christine. It’s a story of a 1957 Plymouth Coupe that wreaks havoc on a small mid-western town and yet miraculously restores itself to pristine condition by morning. Cars that can restore themselves? Only in the... Read more

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NFL Czar: Manning – Brady always a classic
When it comes to rivalries in the NFL, none are more prominent than that between two of the best quarterbacks of our time, Peyton Manning and Tom Brady. Well, on the Sunday Night Football stage, we will see the tenth ever matchup between these two gr... Read more

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