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  Interrobang issue for Monday, March 15th, 2010

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10 Things I Know About You...A future educator?
Jamie Chute is in his first year of General Arts & Science at Fanshawe. He says: “I’m a musician and I love to writ... More
Interactive
Question of the Week
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News
Clash of the candidates presidential questionnaire: Joe Scalia vs. Rob McGarry
Looking back at the past year – more riots, the LTC strike, the possible teacher’s strike – the school year always... More
News
Meet the 2010 FSU Election candidates
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News
Local Business Profile: The “King” of buffets
As the old saying goes “variety is the spice of life,” and variety and spice are certainly both key ingredients whe... More
News
Career Corner: Behavioural-based interviews
No doubt you have heard horror stories about those dreaded behavioural based interviews that are conducted by some ... More
News
Councilor candidate Preston wants to give back to second home
Municipal councilor candidate, Jeff Preston, is originally from Port Elgin; however, London – particularly Ward 14 ... More
News
Two Fanshawe students compete in Doritos challenge
Today’s marketing and business fields are far more competitive than in previous years. But Fanshawe students Adam ... More
Opinion
Faith Meets Life: The 12 SBBS
In 1939 a book appeared called Alcoholics Anonymous: The Story of How More Than One Hundred Men Have Recovered From... More
Opinion
B.A.L.L.S.: Bathroom etiquette pissed away
Bitching about Life in London and Society is a weekly column that attempts to delve into the smaller irritations in... More
Opinion
Celebrating women all over the globe
Women from all walks of life have primarily sought one simple thing. To exist in a world where equality holds the ... More
Opinion
Letter to the editor: Thanks for Sikh festival awareness
Dear Editor: I would like to say thank you to Kate Slade for printing an amazing article about the Sikh festival H... More
Opinion
Life’s Like That: Six steps to help you stay hangover free
St. Patrick’s day is by far one of my favourite times of the year, what with all the parties, cute costumes and acc... More
Opinion
Call me old-fashioned but...Electronic handshaking and the technological divide: More than just smoother business practice
The term “net” implies a device of capture or constriction that possesses enveloping properties. When used in refer... More
Lifestyles
Bobbyisms: Places to quench your daily music fix
I write about random things a lot. I write a lot about random things. This term is more than half over now (at leas... More
Lifestyles
Michou sets out to win new fans
With album title references to existentialist writers like Dostoevsky and Colin Wilson, one might not expect such a... More
Lifestyles
Is this it?: Pop goes the good music
To the average listener, pop music is like candy. It’s fun, it’s not necessarily good, and too much of it can make ... More
Lifestyles
You never knew you loved... Anti-folk resurgent
Every movement eventually suffers a backlash, no matter how noble. In fact, some of the most sincere and relevant m... More
Lifestyles
Punk’s alive and well with The Lucky Ones
This past Friday, I broke out my dancing shoes. Well, think more like bitchin’ army boots instead of wingtips, a le... More
Lifestyles
Hollerado sets up in Montreal
MONTREAL (CUP) — There’s a long-standing cliché that says a band’s home is on the road, and to a certain measure th... More
Lifestyles
Sean Paul’s national pride burns bright
LETHBRIDGE, Alta. (CUP) — In Jamaica, they call beats riddims and they call clubs dancehalls. Sean Paul, one of the... More
Lifestyles
Cinema Connoisseur: Hollywood’s biggest night celebrates Bullock, war film
The Hollywood community was in full force for one of the biggest nights in entertainment. And while there was a ... More
Lifestyles
Surviving the Brian Jonestown Massacre
VICTORIA (CUP) – In 1990, the Brian Jonestown Massacre was born - kicking and screaming - and emerged as one of Ame... More
Lifestyles
Shutter Island lives up to hype
Shutter Island (2010) Filled with suspense, a chilling soundtrack and haunting visuals, Shutter Island will hav... More
Lifestyles
Cinema Connoisseur: Cruisin’ for a boozin’
Cocktail (1988) Long before he was jumping on sofas, pledging allegiance to Xenu and trying to kill Hitler, Tom ... More
Lifestyles
Spin the Chatroulette wheel
EDMONTON (CUP) — There’s always a rush in spinning a roulette wheel, banking on odds governed only by the sheer wil... More
Lifestyles
Fashion in self-expression
WATERLOO, Ont. (CUP) – Looking around the sea of jogging pants, athletic wear and other “student-uniform” ensembles... More
Lifestyles
Rocking your vogue with OHM
OHM’s annual fashion show is gearing up for a night of charity, fashion and rock and roll on Friday, March 19. Thi... More
Lifestyles
Interwebology: Market saturation
There are literally billions of websites on the Internet. Within that context, the fact that Facebook makes up 5.5 ... More
Lifestyles
Love Lola: Lady whiskers, tag alongs and money versus sex
Dear Lola, I’m graduating from my program in April (yeah me!) and then I’m headed to Western next fall. I figure I... More
Lifestyles
Celeb couture: a night at the Oscars
Red carpets are really just another name for runways. The only difference being that models are traded in for ce... More
Lifestyles
He said, she said: Boyish charm for the fashionable femme
As a child, I would opt for denim overalls, over frilly pink dresses any day! After all, how can you catch bullfrog... More
Lifestyles
Food for Thought: Spice up your party
Theme parties are a fun and inexpensive way to spend your Saturday night. When you think about it - considering the... More
Lifestyles
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Lifestyles
Zodiac Stargazer Horoscope
Aries (March 21 - April 19) Aries goes back to business and lets others take care of themselves. You have much on... More
Sports
Men’s basketball team head west to mine national gold medal
The Fanshawe men’s basketball team is off to compete for a national championship after claiming a wildcard entry in... More
Sports
Toney spells trouble
James Toney is a name some of you may not know, but get ready to make it a household name. The 41-year-old boxing v... More
Sports
Volleyball teams miss out on medals
As the saying goes, it isn’t over until the fat lady sings; or until the volleyball hits the floor for the last tim... More
Sports
NFL Czar: NFL free agent frenzy
Due to the uncapped season in 2010, NFL teams were expected to be a bit more lenient when it came to spending in fr... More
Sports
The Neighbourhood Mechanic: Is it collectable?
What makes your car collectable? Is it a worthwhile investment to keep your ride on the road 30 years? Now that spr... More
Sports
Fun and Fitness: Genetics study to unravel mystery
Did you know that any two humans are 99 per cent the same at the genetic level. Amazing isn’t it? It really is when... More
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