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Jahmoyia Smith is crowned the champion of the 2018 FSU presidential election
After a close race and weeks of campaigning, the election results are in and Jahmoyia Smith will be the next president of the Fanshawe Student Union (FSU) for the 2018/2019 term. Read more

Fanshawe library features books with strong messages
The Fanshawe library recently adorned their display station over the past couple of weeks with books celebrating both Freedom to Read Week and International Women's Day. Read more

Studying abroad in Ireland has been the most rewarding experience of my life
Ever since I started looking into post-secondary options one of the main criteria I had for the school was their options for studying abroad. One of the things that attracted me to Fanshawe was the encouragement the college gives students to study abroad and how easy it is to do so. Read more

Environmental Commissioner of Ontario comes to Fanshawe during London visit
Just a week after the extreme weather event that had London and surrounding communities flooded, the Environmental Commissioner of Ontario (ECO), Dr. Dianne Saxe, came to give a talk at the Central Library on Dundas Street. Read more

A welcoming space for female students
An initiative that commenced in 2016 at Fanshawe is working to provide a supportive, hands-on learning environment for women with a passion for carpentry and renovation. Read more

Student Wellness Centre hosts nutrition class
Fanshawe's very own Student Wellness Centre is hosting a nutrition class for those students and staff that want to get fit and healthy. Read more

eSports: A possible solution to the decline of millenial viewership during the Olympics
Due to the growing popularity of eSports, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) is currently debating whether to incorporate eSports into the 2024 Paris Olympic Games. Read more



From The Editor
Welcome back Fanshawe students, staff, faculty and community members to another week and issue of the Interrobang. This week’s paper is filled with a number of news and lifestyles pieces, as well as having a focus on Geek pride culture, since this is out geek themed issue. Read more

Photoshop is destroying society's self-esteem
With digital usage at a rise, and the average person spending around 12 hours consuming media coverage and seeing approximately 3,000 advertisements daily, the element of Photoshop can be detrimental to the physical and mental health of everyone in today's society. Read more

Tinder is great, but it's not the same as meeting people in real life: The trials and tribulations of online dating
I have a love-hate relationship with Tinder. On one hand, it's great because it provides you the opportunity to meet and hang out with cool people or engage in the occasional sexual liaison. Read more


The Ritual: A fresh take on horror
The Ritual, a Netflix exclusive that was released on Feb. 9, has been the refresh the horror genre was in definite need of. With such great attention to detail, truly frightening scenes and an unforgettable monster, The Ritual is a must see. Read more

Celeste: the newest gem to 2D platform games
Celeste is a 2D platform game that provides a variety of challenging levels for players to tackle while also delivering a depiction of what it is like to learn to cope with anxiety. Read more

The History of Dragon Ball Z
Dragon Ball was created by Akiro Toriyama first published in the manga series 'Weekly Shonen Jump' 1984. The story begins when a young boy named Goku was found in the woods by an old karate master who trained him in martial arts. Read more

Pokemon: Trainers guide to the game
Pokemon was popularized in the '90s by the Gameboy games and then by the cards, a manga, an anime, and movies. But how many people that collected the cards actually played the game? Read more

Gaining Momentum: Ontario Post-Secondary Institution Offers Scholarships to Competitive Gamers
St. Clair College has become the first post-secondary institution in Canada to officially sanction a varsity eSports program. Over the past few years, the collegiate eSports scene has grown rapidly across the United States. Read more

Where lies become salvation in Itsuwaribito
Can you save a life with a lie? How about a hundred? A thousand? For the manga Itsuwaribito, these are the questions that will be answered. Read more

Sound mixing professional, Richard Chycki leaves positive notes for Fanshawe MIA students
Students of the Music Industry Arts (MIA) program were given an exciting way to further their studies into surround sound mixing when they were visited by one of Canada's most prominent industry professionals, Richard Chycki. Read more

Get your geek fix in London
What might be surprising for any nerds or geeks in London is that the city actually has a large amount of stores dedicated to selling pop culture goods, boasting more than five stores in the downtown area alone. Read more

Superheroes of Anime
Superheroes have hit a big boom within pop culture, their stories being made into new blockbuster movies and television series. But comic book heroes aren't the only ones out there. Anime features its own set of heroes too. Read more


Knights' Night: Knights are rolling at near perfect time
At this point in the season, the London Knights are playing for two things: home ice advantage in the playoffs, and pride. Read more

Motoring - Not built for the highway: The 2018 Honda Fit
Honda has been offering their fit model for over a decade now, in Canada. It has sold well enough for the manufacturer to keep on offering it, and now, has just released an updated version of the third-generation model. Question is, is it any good? Read more