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Southwestern Ontario ranks second in registered organ donation
A recent study found that southwestern Ontario is the second highest area in Ontario for registered organ donation, following northern Ontario. Read more

Leap Junction preparing for third year of summer incubator
Leap Junction will be running the third year of the summer incubator program this year. Read more

Cocktail Show makes its way back to London
The London Cocktail Show, presented by Fresh Radio 103.1 is making its second arrival at Budweiser Gardens on March 23. Read more

National Aviation Day celebrates past as industry booms
On Feb. 23, Canada honours its aviation history with National Aviation Day. Faculty at the Norton Wolf School of Aviation Technology are saying the industry is booming with new career opportunities. Read more

Fanshawe's Passport to Wellness Program: Setting you up for success
The Passport to Wellness Program is a series offered by Fanshawe to educate and encourage a balanced lifestyle. Read more

Campaign advocates for student mental health change
On Jan. 30, 2019, #StudentsLetsAct campaign launched across Canada to advocate for policy change on post-secondary student mental health. Read more

Former MIA student launches to stardom
London-based musician Saveria D'Ippolito is eager to return to the studio after winning the third episode of CTV's second season of The Launch. 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

London Health Sciences Centre teaching civilians how to "Stop the Bleed"
The Stop the Bleed course has been taught in the United States since 2015, but is now being introduced as a monthly program at LHSC. Read more

Fanshawe's Sharing Shop kicks off Share-O-Gram
Amy Romao, the FSU's administrative support services and the co-ordinator of The Sharing Shop, has begun the Sharing Shop's 5th annual Share-O-Gram. Read more

Tentative deal made for part-time college support staff
The College Employer Council (CEC) and the Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU) have reached a first-ever tentative deal for part-time support staff employees in Ontario's 24 colleges. Read more

London Police use naloxone almost a hundred times in seven months
The London Police Service (LPS) saved the lives of 57 individuals with naloxone in 2018, according to a recent media release. Read more

Feel the love at Fanshawe this Valentine's Day
Feel the love this Valentine's Day by treating yourself at the Fanshawe Student Union's (FSU) All You Need Is Love event. Read more

Happy Chinese New Year: The Year of the Pig
Chinese New Year is celebrated across China and around the world. The Chinese calendar (Lunar calendar) follows the Chinese zodiac and each year represents one of the 12 zodiac symbols. This year (2019) is the Year of the Pig. Read more

FSU holds annual Valentine's Day drag show
Got plans this Valentine's Day? If not, the FSU has a night planned for dancing performances, comedy and all around night of fun. Read more

Bus passes "essential" under Student Choice Initiative
Public transit passes appear to be safe from the Ontario government's Student Choice Initiative. Read more

Get swabbed, save lives at stem cell drive
Fanshawe's corporate communications and public relations (CCPR) students are asking the College to participate at an upcoming stem cell drive. Read more

Innovation Works offers change of scenery
Innovation Works wants the Fanshawe community to know its doors are open. Read more

Logistics and supply chain management heading to case competition in Chicago
Two teams of students from logistics and supply chain management programs will be attending a regional case competition in Chicago on Feb. 15 to 16. Read more

Anova London in the process of developing pet policy
Anova London, a recent merger of Women's Community House and Sexual Assault Centre London, is in the process of developing a policy to allow residents to bring their pets in to stay with them at the shelter. Read more

A breakdown of Canada's newly implemented Food Guide
On Jan. 22, Health Canada revealed a revamped version of Canada's Food Guide, replacing the outdated 2007 food guide. Read more

Polar Plunge asks students to freeze for the Special Olympics
London Police Service (LPS) is hosting a Polar Plunge fundraising event outside Forwell Hall on Feb. 13. Read more

Zodiac Stargazer Horoscope
Listen to your inner voice. If someone tries to lead you astray, question their motives. Read more

Princess Program: Making teenage dreams come true
Prom is one of the most memorable nights in many of our lives. Whether it was for the best or the worst. Read more

The Out Back Shack to host Bob Marley Birthday Bash
The Out Back shack is preparing to host a Bob Marley Birthday Bash themed pub night on Tuesday February 5. Read more

Student Choice Initiative endangers campus media
Ontario students are saying the Ford government's new Student Choice Initiative is placing campus journalism in peril at many colleges and universities. Read more

Fanshawe celebrates multiculturalism
Fanshawe will be holding performances and serving food at this year's Fanshawe Student Union (FSU) Cultural Awareness Fair. Read more

Fanshawe community protests OSAP changes
Fanshawe students and the Fanshawe Student Union (FSU) have joined in on the province-wide outcry against recently announced changes to the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP). Read more

"We are Indigenous": Fanshawe First Nations Centre launches new podcast
Fanshawe's First Nations Centre has launched a new podcast series. Read more

School assignment earns national award
Clara Marshall, a 2018 graduate of Fanshawe's interactive media specialist (IMS) program, is the winner of the Applied Arts magazine national Student Award, in the web design category. Read more

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