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Interrobang issue for Monday, October 9th, 2017

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News

Fanshawe to host World Mental Health Day activities on campus
On Oct. 10, Fanshawe and the Fanshawe Student Union (FSU) will host various activities on World Mental Health Day to give students a chance to relax from their studies and learn more about the services available to them regarding their mental health on campus. Read more

The Welcome Centre at the London Public Library sees immediate success as a mental health resource
A new initiative at the central branch of the London Public Library, called the Welcome Centre, lets individuals speak with mental health workers to learn more about the services available to them in the London community. Read more

Debut of AIAI's Indigenous comic at Forest City Comicon
On Sept. 23, the Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians (AIAI) debuted the group's educational indigenous comic book outside indigenous communities and organizations for the first time at London's Forest City Comicon. Read more

Fiftieth Anniversary Tour comes to Fanshawe
A 42-foot interactive trailer is touring across all 24 Ontario colleges to celebrate the history and success of the college education system in the province. Read more

Program for students with developmental and intellectual disabilities comes back for second year at Fanshawe
The Community Integration Through Co-Operative Education (CICE) program, is a two-year certificate program designed for people with learning challenges that are interested in seeking higher education for future career success. Read more

The University Of Western Ontario's fake homecoming draws huge crowd, but high cost for the City of London
Last year, the University of Western Ontario announced it would change the date of the actual homecoming celebrations as a strategic decision to curb immense amounts of partying. Read more

Hang tough don't puff: program to quit smoking
According to The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, addiction and mental illness can cut 10-20 years off a person's life expectancy. Smoking is one of the most common and widely accepted addictions. Read more

Opinion

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From the Editor
Welcome back Fanshawe students, staff, faculty and community members to another issue of the Interrobang. This week, my team and I bring to you a selection of interesting, yet important and compelling stories that we hope you will enjoy reading. Read more

Reyno Rants: Definitely not a bar advocate
I've never understood people that go to a bar. Don't get me wrong I'm not coming from a position of condescension here, I just genuinely don't understand the bar experience. Read more

What Does Kerra Say?: Governor General appointment
I know there has been a lot going on in the news lately that has been truly horrific, from the devastation caused by hurricanes in Puerto Rico, Texas and more to athletes from major sports leagues taking a knee in protest to the horrific mass shooting in Las Vegas to the terrorist attack in Edmonton. Read more

Lifestyles

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Zodiac Stargazer Horoscope
Asking questions will help you formulate new plans. Rely on those with more experience or that you trust to point you in the right direction. Read more

Five anime to look forward this fall
Fall is now upon us and that means new anime for this coming fall 2017 season. Along with many continuations of awesome series like My Hero Academia and the second season of Hozuki no Reitatsu, there are many new titles to enjoy in this upcoming autumn. Read more

Friend Request: Accepted
Friend Request, directed by Simon Verhoeven, does an excellent job at shedding light on some of the real life horrors associated with social media and the dark web while incorporating a pretty creepy witchcraft, supernatural twist. Read more

Celebrities Help Breakdown The Stigma Against Mental illness
Mental illness is a stigma in society that can be broken down by the people we admire; celebrities. Most people know Johnny Depp from his role in Pirates of The Caribbean, but some may be surprised to learn that he actually suffers from social anxiety disorder (SAD). Read more

How to be a good friend to someone with a mental illness
When someone close to you has a mental illness, it can be hard to know what you can do to help and if there is anything you can do. A lot of people feel the pressure of making their friends feel better which can be a lot of responsibility for one person. Read more

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How to unwind from stress
There is a tight ball of anxiety in your belly. A nauseous feeling is creeping up your throat. There is a reason you feel this way. The school work you have sitting on your desk isn't done and you have a huge test coming up in a week. Read more

The Early Years of Anela Navarro
Anela Navarro, 19, may be new to the local music scene, but that hasn't stopped her and the musical masterminds behind Anela & The Early Hours from dominating Fanshawe's Music Industry Arts (MIA) program. Read more

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Movies to get you out of that slump
The magic of movies comes from knowing that at a rate of 24 frames per second with accompanying audio, a sequence of still pictures played quickly enough can make an audience experience a whole spectrum of human emotion. Read more

Group fitness isn't as bad as it seems
The vibe of group exercise now is to come and enjoy working out in this 30-90 minute class, get your sweat on, meet new or hang with old friends and have a blast while listening to great music and a dynamite instructor. Read more

Netflix Fix: Dive into dystopian darkness with Black Mirror
When Black Mirror aired its first season in 2011, it didn't make that big of a splash. This highly underrated British show steadily made progress and appeared to explode once it was picked up by Netflix along with the release of its third season. Read more

How to fight the stress monster
There is not one person in the world who hasn't experienced some sort of stress in their lifetime. With small amounts of stress, it can help you feel more awake, alert and concentrated. Read more

On campus services that help mental health
To help deal with anxiety and stress, Fanshawe College provides services to help find ways to conquer the stress. The largest service for mental health on campus is the Counselling and Accessibility Services department. Read more

Mental illness: what you should know
According to the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), approximately 10-20 per cent of youth are affected by a mental illness or disorder and roughly 49 per cent of people who believe to suffer from depression or anxiety have never visited a doctor about the issue. Read more

Sports

Consecutive losses cap off another tough weekend for Knights
It's still too early to panic if you're a fan of the London Knights, but this was most certainly not the kind of start the team was looking for Read more

Chuot Angou brings her leadership skills to the Falcon women's basketball team
Chuot Angou, a new recruit for the women's basketball team at Fanshawe College this year, will bring her leadership skills and experience to the team as she fills the position of standout guard. Read more

The 2018 Toyota C-HR is a luxurious and comfortable car to ride in
The 2018 Toyota C-HR is a luxury car with space, adjustability and comfort, though it isn't the fastest running car in the shop. The Interrobang took it for a spin to test it out for ourselves. Read more


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