From the Editor
To start off, my reporters spent a good amount of time working hard to have fresh and relatable content for you to read through and stay up to date with Fanshawe and London news. This issue happens to be our get active issue, which includes a number of features to help you stay motivated, well and healthy in the new year. From fitness articles to gym etiquette and staying active outside the gym, these features are sure to be helpful for you.
Heading right into our news section, there are a number of key and important articles featured within this issue for you to read through.
One great story includes a new initiative from the College, to help students know about the different services offered to them on campus. The Here for You campaign is on campus to help students in their needs and make their time here that much easier.
Another story of assistance includes that of the Fanshawe Student Union creating bathroom door art, which include positive signs to let students know they’re not alone and they can get through any tough times they may be experiencing.
We also have a story on the upcoming FSU Winter Fest Week, which will surely be a good time, as well as other important campus events such as one involving Fanshawe’s First Nations Centre.
Our opinion section has a few thought provoking pieces, including one on making 2019 the year of truth, while other pieces focus on pros and cons of New Year’s Resolutions and trying to keep up a healthy lifestyle.
Our lifestyles section includes a film and album review, a fitness article, a profile on a Fanshawe Music Industry Arts (MIA) collaboration and a number of articles on trying to have the best year yet. This includes from learning to budget after the holidays, having realistic resolutions and much more.
Last, but not least, our sports section includes some neat pieces including a car review, a look at Fanshawe’s sports stats and an article looking at how well the Fanshawe Falcons have done so far this past semester.
That’s it for this issue, but be sure to check back again next week, when our next issue hits newsstands on Jan.18.