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News

Fanshawe's MRI co-ordinator receives Health Sciences Award
Elizabeth Lorusso was the recipient of the Health Sciences Award at the Fanshawe Alumni Distinguished Alumni Awards' Hall of Fame dinner on Feb. 8. Currently, Lorusso is the Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) program co-ordinator at the College. Read more

The Juno Awards coming to London brings excitement to Fanshawe's MIA program
Many in the London community were excited to hear the announcement that in March of 2019 the 48th annual Juno awards, along with all the Juno week festivities will be hosted here in London. Read more

Youth Opportunities Unlimited to create emergency shelter for homeless youth in London
Youth Opportunities Unlimited (YOU) is taking action to deal with the growing issue of youth homelessness in London. Read more

Government to create Canada's first youth policy
Canada's federal government is seeking insight from its youthful population in order to generate a more dynamic policy perspective. Read more

Fanshawe alumnus making his way to the Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival
In the past few years things have really taken off for Fanshawe alumnus, actor/comedian Austen Alexander, creating Eggs Comedy on YouTube and funnyordie.com and headlining a monthly comedy show. Read more

Results of 2017 Public Needs Survey
On Feb. 15, the London Police Service (LPS) released the data collected from their 2017 Public Needs Survey. Read more

Event planning students to host International Women's Day event
On March 8, three Fanshawe event planning students will be hosting an International Women's Day event at Bertoldi's Trattoria starting at 6 p.m. The event, titled 'The Future is Female', will feature an evening of appetizers, drinks and a talk from guest speaker Dr. Carlen Costa. Read more

Opinion

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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 a strong focus on financial-based articles, as the Fanshawe Student Union (FSU) heads into Financial Awareness Week Read more

Stanley verdict of not guilty a slap in the face of reconciliation
All across Canada Indigenous peoples have been angered, shocked and saddened by the not guilty verdict in the Colten Boushie case.  Read more

An unmentionable crisis: Suicide on campus
On Feb. 7, the Western Gazette reported that students at Western University voted overwhelmingly in support of prioritizing mental health over other on-campus concerns moving into the future. Read more

Lifestyles

Fanshawe MIA alumna creates a stir in the Canadian music industry
Students of the Music Industry Arts (MIA) program received an inspiring visit from Fanshawe alumna Haviah Mighty earlier this school year. Read more

Five ways to practise self-care on a budget
Getting caught up with life is easy. Between class, homework, extra-curricular activities, your job, household chores or devoting time to your significant other, it can be hard to come across some 'me time'. Read more

Student discounts: perks and other ways to save in college
Some college students know what it's like to live a meager life. The person eating ramen noodles daily and asking to do laundry at a friend's house, might benefit from learning a few ways to save money in college. Read more

Deadly sins of freshman finances - common financial mistakes students make
Coming to college may be the first opportunity for many to move away from home. However, students are hit with a multitude of new experiences and challenges; avoiding financial mistakes is one of them Read more

Activities to do around London on a budget
Hard to believe, but London, Ont. is home to many activities and attractions that can provide entertainment without breaking the bank. Read more

Five Steam games for a college student's budget
Nowadays, video games are costing a steep price. Add on having to buy consoles, like the Switch and you have a monumental amount of money that no student in the midst of debt can afford Read more

Question the truths and lies in Persona 5
I have been a fan of Atlus' Persona game series for many years. Each installment has gotten better and better, and what once was a game with a small cult following has expanded into a fanbase that stretches to the corners of the globe. Read more

Choosing a bank account to hold and shelter your funds can be a daunting task
With so many financial institutions claiming to offer the best services for your student lifestyle, it can be difficult to pinpoint what is truly best for you or how to properly manage the account. Read more

Sports

The silent leader: Cole Jordan
The men's volleyball team has put together nothing short of an extraordinary season Read more

A need for speed with the 2018 BMW M240i
The BMW 2 series has been on sale in Canada for about four years now, and is currently available in two body styles (coupe or cabriolet), and with three engine options. Read more

Updates on the soaring Fanshawe Falcons
On Thursday Feb. 8, Fanshawe's curling teams travelled to Sault Ste. Marie to compete in the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) Provincial Championships. The falcons finished the tournament on a successful note, with each team taking home a medal. Read more


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