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Melissa Novacaska | Interrobang | Opinion | January 8th, 2018

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Happy New Year and welcome back Fanshawe students, staff, faculty and community members to classes and a new issue of the Interrobang.

With this being the first issue of the New Year, we hope it fills our readers with a variety of engaging and interesting stories that will also keep students company as they head into a busy exam season.

First up, this issue is our Get Active themed paper and what better way to get started on that active resolution of yours than to either hit the gym at school or in the community, attend a group exercise class, yoga class, barre and Pilates class or even just workout on your own as soon as you can? This issue covers some great tips and tricks to get you started on your physical and perhaps mindful activity journey, and is surely a guide to aid you along the way.

In terms of news, this issue covers the results from the province-wide faculty strike from the number of students drop outs at Fanshawe, to the arbitration agreement between the main parties involved in the strike.

This issue also covers an interesting and important story of three London men who created a podcast series talking candidly about mental health. The men even created a video reaching out to both Western and Fanshawe students, to let them know the men are there if anyone needs a person to talk to.

More stories in this issue include a London native who was named on of Canada’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women, while the Heart and Stroke is reaching a milestone year with their canvasing initiative.

For lifestyle, we have a fitness article, a band review, another music based piece and more. We’ve also included a car review and some shots of Fanshawe Falcons playing their respective sports as the teams get back into the groove of school and play.

That about wraps it up for this issue, but it should keep readers busy until our next paper is on newsstands on Jan.22.

Until then, good l uck to everyone involved with school exams!

Happy Ready,

Melissa Novacaska