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Seven in Heaven truly horror-ible
With too many holes in the plot, flatline characters and overall not enough explanation of certain aspects of the film are about, Seven in Heaven is not the best horror film to check out. Read more

Collections presents a Halloween party for the community
East Edge Press Works brings out Collections: A Gathering Place Unlike Any Other to it's building at 790 Dundas St., in London. Read more

It’s your life, your content, your rewards. It’s Yuser
Sponsored by Yuser: Yuser is a gamified social network that rewards its you for your contributions to network growth. You give gems instead of likes to reward others with something of value. Read more

Zodiac Stargazer Horoscope
Positive change is heading your way. Your emotions will escalate and the response you receive from someone will help you make a tough decision. Read more

Health and Fitness: Keeping fitness fun during the Halloween season
Boo! Don't lose your wits and your will this Halloween season. Be prepared for the costumes, parties, pumpkin picking and charging through the haunted houses like a pro. Read more

Haunted places in London
With Halloween right around the corner, now is a good time to learn about the number of haunted spots in and around London. Read more

Exploring the Layers of Art: Fine art grad featured in season's first satellite exhibition
Satellite Project Space is composed of four significant London, Ont. arts institutions: Fanshawe College, Museum London, Western University and McIntosh Gallery. Read more

New Reforest London program to get elementary school students involved
Reforest London is known in the community for trying to turn London back into the Forest City. Read more

Listening and understanding John Butler Trio's Home
The Australian group known as John Butler Trio released their seventh studio album Home just last month. Read more

Cheaper ways to get your fruit and veggies
One of the most lacking parts of a student's diet tends to be their intake of fruits and vegetables. They tend to spoil much quicker than other products, and buying in bulk doesn't bold well on the money pockets. Read more

Fanshawe sustainability initiatives on campus
The sustainability duo, Ivan Walker and Amanda Whittingham, are the fix it, clean it, park it and green it people at Fanshawe. Walker has been the Senior Manager, Facilities Operations and Sustainability for five years and Amanda Whittingham has been the Sustainability Coordinator for two years. Read more

How start living with Zero Waste
Zero waste is a minimalist lifestyle of having as little waste as possible. Living zero waste won’t be an over night transformation. You can however, start making small steps to work your way all the way down to zero. Read more

Some neat organic and vegan friendly eateries in London
Making ethical decisions has never been more delicious and simple. London is a wealth of organic food, grown locally and ethically. Become a vegan warrior and join the movement with some of Interrobang's local spots in town. Read more

Going places while going green: Environmentally friendly transportation
Automobiles account for a major portion of greenhouse gas and other pollutions released into the environment every day. It's therefore important if you commute regularly to look into methods of travel that reduce the carbon footprint caused by vehicles. Read more

Six ecofriendly alternatives for everyday objects
Canadians produce a shocking amount waste in year. According to a study in 2009 Canada produced 1712.99 pounds of garbage per citizen. You could produce 4.6 pounds of waste a day when roughly 1.5 pounds of that waste is compostable or recyclable. Read more

Six ways to be more ecofriendly as a student
Almost everyone knows the importance of being green. However, it can be hard to actively ecofriendly while you'íre busy with school. Read more

Composting helps more than it smells
Composting helps the environment: it is organic material that is used as organic fertilizer. Currently London does not have a green bin program because of its high costs. An average household would need to spend $35 per year on garbage pickup. Read more

Health and Fitness: Learn about Acro Yoga
Acro Yoga is a unique and interesting way to move your body and have fun at the same time. This kind of exercise is coming to Fanshawe on October 22. Read more

Lucy DeCoutere talks about resilience at Fanshawe's REDTALKS lecture series
Lucy DeCoutere spoke to Fanshawe students and staff about resiliency earlier this month as part of the College's REDTALKS leader lecture series. Read more

What you should know about animal shelters versus online breeders
Pets are a wonderful addition to many families. Finding the perfect new addition to the family can be hard for some, but easy for others. Read more

Zodiac Stargazer Horoscope
Listen and observe and you will know instinctively how best to respond as well as make the best choice for you. Read more

Unfriended: Dark Web
After the great success this movie franchise saw back in 2014, the second installment, Unfriended: Dark Web, has now been released worldwide. Read more

MIA alumnus Cameron Jericho releases debut EP Starlight
After several years of heavy involvement in the London music scene, Cameron Jericho, a graduate of Fanshawe's Music Industry Arts (MIA) program, released his debut EP Starlight just last month. Read more

Fanshawe alumna wins MusiCounts 2018 Scholarship
Graduate of Fanshawe's Music Industry Arts (MIA) program, Jenna Bjornson was recently awarded the prestigious MusiCounts 2018 Scholarship. Read more

London brewing company hosts craft beer festival to celebrate local beers
London Brewing Company is hosting the first year of the Truly Local Craft Beer Festival on Oct. 20 from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Read more

Forest City Film Festival continues to grow
After two years of building a solid foundation, 2018 promises to be an 'establishing' year for the Forest City Film Festival, according to executive director and founder Dorothy Downing. Read more

Zodiac Stargazer Horoscope
Get your priorities straight. Have a plan in place, and give your all until you are satisfied with the results you get. Read more

Four coping mechanisms for anxiety
According to the Anxiety Disorders Association of Canada, 12 per cent of Canadians experience anxiety each year and people age 15 to 24 are more likely to have a mental illness than any other age group. Read more

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