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Très bien: College president awarded French honour
Fanshawe College President Peter Devlin was awarded France’s highest decoration on February 19 for his efforts to promote relations between the French and Canadian Armies while he was Commander of the Canadian Army. Devlin was invest... Read more

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Sharing Shop receives donations from students
Fanshawe Student Union’s Sharing Shop has received bouts of donations thanks to the College Student Alliance (CSA); the Shareo- Grams initiative, which happened before Valentine’s Day; and a generous donation from the Fanshawe Mark... Read more

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MIA prof reminisces on Oscar winner
Craig Mann took home an Oscar Award for his sound mixing work on the film Whiplash on February 22. Mann is a Music Industry Arts alumnus, who graduated in 1996. Steve Malison began teaching at Fanshawe in 1995. He never taught Mann, b... Read more

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Campus Master Plan
Thank you to everyone who took the time to participate and offer their input for the college’s Campus Master Plan for the London campuses. The insights, comments and recommendations you put forward were greatly appreciated. The goal of... Read more

Opinion

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Monopoly: The name of the game for The Beer Store
For college students everywhere in the province, it's one of the most difficult transitions into adulthood. It requires careful planning, and sometimes even the co-operation of several housemates to pull off. I'm talking of course about ... Read more

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Rumours of Grace: A plea for Raif Badawi
A couple of evenings ago, I received a phone call from my MP. At first, I wondered why I would receive a personal call from Scott Brison. But soon I remembered that it was probably because I had emailed him about Raif Badawi, which proved to be ... Read more

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We're still here
Connecting through the digital age “Just draw what first comes to your mind,” my second grade teacher Ms. Gyurki said as she whirled around the room, handing out blank pieces of printer paper and old apple juice tins filled w... Read more

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Make your life easier and 100 per cent recycled
Changes in life: constant, frequent, unwanted, unexpected, unforeseen, never-ending. These are bound to take place in your life. And the reason is you. Then why are you running away? How often does it come across your mind that the people a... Read more

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Fork in the Road: Failure by comparison
She earns more money than me. I’m married, and he’s not. I’m in better shape than her. Social comparison – we all engage in it. It helps us define our status by referencing others in our peer groups. If you’... Read more

Lifestyles

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Canadian artists have a lot to offer
CAIRO – A History of Reasons Rating: 3 out of 5 Indie ambient folksters CAIRO have been floating around Toronto’s scene in its current form since 2011, releasing the EP Young Love on Bandcamp in 2012, while more recentl... Read more

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Bobbyisms: Sun K brings Northern Lies to London
I write about random things a lot. I write a lot about random things. No doubt you’re excited as I am about the NHL trade deadline, but with the roller coaster of emotions and exchanges leading up to this, a healthy dose of fresh music ma... Read more

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Drake pulls a Beyoncé
Surprises fans with new album Rating: 3 out of 5 On February 13, Drake took the world by storm, releasing the 17-song album/mixtape, If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late. It has garnered a lot of attention by devoted and ... Read more

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Zodiac Stargazer Horoscope
Aries (March 21 - April 19) All week you feel like you’ve gotten up on the wrong side of the bed. Think of at least three nice things to say before you start shouting. You may be eligible for sympathy, but it will cost you some of ... Read more

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There's not enough rum in the world to make this funny
In this sequel to Hot Tub Time Machine, the boys once again travel through time – this time to solve a mystery of some sort. Lou, played by Rob Corddry, and Nick, played by Craig Robinson, have made themselves successful by rampantly ste... Read more

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Kingsman: The Secret Service is just another violent spy movie
EDMONTON (CUP) — In Kingsman: The Secret Service, Matthew Vaughn (Kick-Ass, X-Men: First Class) directs the ever-reliable Brit actor Colin Firth as Harry Hart, an elite spy who works for the Kingsmen, a sort of modern day knights. In... Read more

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Human rights in Ontario: Facilities
In Canada, both provincial and federal regulations are in place to ensure that everyone has the right to equal treatment and freedom from discrimination. It is important that every person is able to access facilities without fearing discrimination. T... Read more

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Beauty Boy: Eyebrows: The bold and the beautiful
Eyebrows are an important feature, as they frame the face and can completely change the expression and look of your face depending on their shape. However, eyebrows can be overlooked for the simple fact that they can be difficult to shape or f... Read more

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The Shopping Bag: Bohemian vibes take over fashion
Every season, there is an “it” trend that inspires the “it” pieces and styling for designers and brands. This season, breezy, carefree and eclectic bohemian vibes sweep through the fashion labels and bloggers. You c... Read more

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Frugal Fashionista: Trends for spring 2015
After being under extreme cold weather alerts for the past week, it seems like spring may never come. Wiarton Willie promised us an early spring, and he wouldn’t lie to us, right? Instead of crying over the weather – your tears woul... Read more

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Another blind spot in car maintenance
CALGARY (CUP) — Proper vehicle maintenance is something that many car owners learn about but quickly forget after years of commuting on a daily basis. Randy Loyk – technical services manager at Alberta Motor Association (AMA) i... Read more

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Over a decade of Zen: Saying goodbye to Jon Stewart
EDMONTON (CUP) — “Welcome to The Daily Show. My name is Jon Stewart.” These are the words you hear when you tune into Comedy Central’s The Daily Show. For almost 16 years, the man behind the desk of this program has ... Read more

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Supercharge your diet with super foods
CALGARY (CUP) — When feeling stressed and run-down this semester, students should leave behind high-calorie, processed comfort foods and reach for super foods instead. Super foods are nutrient-rich foods that are thought to be benefi... Read more

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DIY Beauty: Make your own foundation powder
NEW WESTMINSTER (CUP) — Guaranteed not to be tested on animals, just you. What you will need: Arrowroot powder Cocoa powder Ground cinnamon Nutmeg 5 drops of almond oil (optional) An empty jar or compact con... Read more

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Reel Life: Practicing practicality
Surprising use of model and special effects Despite the loudest complaints from movie buffs and cinemagoers, CGI is king in special effects. Computers can – with enough time, money and pure, raw processing power – create the i... Read more

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From Under The Counter: The He-Jobs - No Pity in the Forest City
The He-Jobs debut release No Pity in the Forest City is something fans of garage rock and proto-punk will certainly enjoy. For a bit of background, the band is a trio featuring Jake Jackman and Mike Hansford from Molly Drag and Rob Brake. ... Read more

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Reading Between The Lines: Money from nothing
Everyone loves a great rags-toriches story, and it’s even better when the authors themselves become the subjects of one. Being a writer is a craft almost consistently carrying a tradition of poverty and duress along its side, authors suf... Read more

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In The Hands of Heroes: Harvey Pekar takes you deep into Cleveland's history
This week’s comic book, Harvey Pekar’s Cleveland, was recommended by Brahm Wiseman at Heroes Comics. Cleveland starts off with a visibly aged Harvey Pekar walking the streets of Cleveland, Ohio saying, “Yeah, I’ve... Read more

Sports

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Fanshawe Falcons sweep gold, bronze
The Fanshawe Falcons’ women’s curling team won the gold at the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association championships on February 15 at Fleming College in Peterborough, beating the Humber Hawks 8-6. The team is now the two-time defend... Read more

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Medal for Falcons' badminton team
Fanshawe Falcons finished with a bronze in women's doubles at the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association provincial badminton championships that were held on February 20 and 21 at Fanshawe College. Riley Hogan and Jodi Grobbecke beat Re... Read more

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A new season on the horizon for the Jays
As we move through the dead of winter, I thought it would be comforting to visualize the thought of spring air, the smell of freshly cut grass and the soon-to-arrive baseball season. With spring on the horizon, pitchers and catchers were sched... Read more

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Motoring: There's a Mustang for everyone
What’s a more perfect time to report on a sleek, rear-wheel drive, sports coupe like the 2015 Ford than the middle of winter? This is a car I have been eager to get behind the wheel of, so when Ford offered it to me to take the car, ... Read more

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