• 19 2018 January

    FIMS Office Party

    You know what it is… FIMSSC presents its annual Office Party. A night you don’t want to miss, and you’ll always remember. Featuring DJ CPark $5 Cover at the door in support of Unity Project 19+ Event THURSDAY JANUARY 25TH @ LAVISH NIGHT CLUB 9PM-2AM...

  • 15 2018 January

    FAM Presents Cheers to Charity

    Arts and Humanities Students’ Council (UWO), FoMSC – Faculty of Music Students’ Council, and FIMSSC are proud to present Cheers to Charity! Join us Friday, January 19th from 7-10 p.m. in the Spoke for presentations from local organizations: London Arts Council, Sanctuary London, and Unity Project...

  • 27 2017 November

    Productive PJ Party

    FIRST YEAR FIMS FRIENDS: the @fimssc is providing a space for you to share your ideas + make study notes for the MIT 1020E mid-year exam while flexin’ in your PJs. Come get tips from your TAs + make friends in your program who can...

  • 26 2017 November

    Nifty Thrifty Gifties Call for Donations

    Black Friday got ya feeling down? More aware than ever of your excess belongings and our culture of consumption? SAME HERE! But here’s your chance to get rid of some of this excess AND help us build some inventory for our thrift shop fundraiser, Nifty...

The Salon

The Salon: Annotations

November 1, 2016 | 0 Comments

The FIMSSC is hosting its second annual Undergraduate Research Conference, The Salon: Annotations. Inspired by the notes written in the margins when engaging with texts, this year’s conference will be showcasing the diverse and eye-opening...

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OPENWIDE Launch Party

October 26, 2016 | 0 Comments

Celebrate OPENWIDE’s first official issue of the 2016 school year at our annual launch party! Come for the martinis, stay for the friends…and pick up your OPENWIDE copy while you’re there! 19+, all students and...

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Stand-In for MTP

October 19, 2016 | 0 Comments

This week on Senate’s agenda: MTP’s discontinuation. This Friday at 1:30pm, Senate will vote on whether or not to go forward with cutting the MTP program, leaving current first year students as the last graduating...

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USF Applications

October 5, 2016 | 0 Comments

The FIMS Undergraduate Student Fund (USF) is a collection of funds that any member of the Faculty of Information and Media Studies (including students, staff, and faculty) may apply to for initiatives that benefit the FIMS...

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Martini

The Martini is the Message

October 5, 2016 | 0 Comments

The martini is the message … right, McLuhan? Head over to the FIMSSC’s annual Martini Bar event on October 13th for signature stream martinis! We’ll be serving MIT-inis, MPI-nis, and MTP-inis (limited time only?) Located...

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FIMSSC’s Open Letter Re: MTP

October 5, 2016 | 0 Comments

At our most recent council meeting, the FIMSSC unanimously opposed the decision to discontinue the Media, Theory and Production (MTP) program. Here’s our open letter explaining why....

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Meet Your Prof

Meet Your Prof

September 21, 2016 | 0 Comments

So you’ve listened to the soothing British tones of Nick Dyer-Witherford, been graced by the presence of Tim Blackmore, and been inspired by the words of Warren Steele. Or maybe you still have these experiences...

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Join Us

Apply to be an AVP

September 20, 2016 | 0 Comments

Still looking to get involved in the FIMSSC? We’ve added not just one, but TWO new positions for you to apply for. Applications are now live for the positions of Assistant VP Academic and Assistant VP Events....

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Join Us

Applications, Applications, Applications

September 8, 2016 | 0 Comments

Want to get more involved in FIMS? The FIMSSC wants YOU! Applications for the 2016-2017 Street Team, Charity Committee, and First Year Reps are now available. Apply today. CLICK TO VIEW: Street Team Application CLICK...

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CODE

CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap

August 31, 2016 | 0 Comments

Nowadays, technology touches everything we do. The documentary CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap exposes the lack of female and minority software engineers and explores the reasons for this gender gap. CODE raises the question: what...

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