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Interrobang issue for Monday, March 26th, 2018

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News

Federal government announces 850k in funding for Career Focus program
On March 16, MP for London West, Kate Young, announced that the federal government is funding $850,000 towards the Career Focus program. The program assists in connecting Fanshawe graduates to paid employment opportunities with local companies. Read more

Huron University College celebrates 20th anniversary partnership with WUSC
Huron University College is continuing to show their commitment and support for their partnership with the World University Service of Canada (WUSC) through a variety of advocacy initiatives and monetary donations to the organization. Read more

Local photographers take London by storm
Interrobang sat down with London photographers Avery Schaffer, 19, Braden Dam, 20, and Keith Tanner, 22, to discuss their background and thoughts on the ongoing photography movement in London. Read more

Sustainability in Curitiba: A student perspective of sustainability
According to the Bruntland Report, 'Sustainability is meeting the needs of today without compromising the needs of the future generation'. During this semester, I had a chance to take part in a two-week exchange program to Brazil. Read more

Cowbell Brewing creates craft beer with a purpose
An Ontario craft beer company, Blyth Cowbell Brewing Co. opened their doors last summer to one of the most unique breweries in Canada. Read more

Board games available at the London Public Library
As result of a partnership with Project Play, Londoners can now sign out an array of strategic board games from London Public Library locations across the city Read more

Elections Ontario attempts to reach younger voters in upcoming election
The 2015 federal election saw an increase in turnout among young Canadians and now, Elections Ontario is trying to encourage millennials to vote ahead of the upcoming provincial election in June. Read more

Fanshawe opens its doors
The Fanshawe Open House happened on March 24, which aimed to show potential students what the College has to offer. Arjun Bhardwaj was on hand greeting everyone with a welcoming and brilliant smile. He had some wise words to share with potential new students about the wonders of the College. 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 features a number of interesting news, lifestyles and sports stories sure to keep you invested and keen on learning more about what's happening in and around Fanshawe, as well as the London community as a whole. Read more

If you want to help the homeless stop giving them spare change
Undoubtedly, dropping two dollars in an overturned hat makes one feel good. Though, does it actually make a difference? By and large, homelessness is not a standalone issue, it is a symptom. Read more

Don't take away phones at concerts
If you've ever been to a concert or any live performance in the era of smartphones, you've definitely seen large crowds of concert goers using their phones instead of focusing on the artist. Some performers, such as Jack White, have had enough of this phenomenon. Read more

Lifestyles

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Zodiac Stargazer Horoscope
Conflicts will leave you questioning the best way to move forward. Look for a unique way to get the attention of those in a position to help your cause. Read more

Hellraiser Judgement: A gory rebirth
Hellraiser Judgement takes a fresh look on the series where three detectives are trying to hunt down a gruesome serial killer who is terrorizing the town. Read more

President of Sony/ATV Publishing encourages MIA Students
Students of Fanshawe's Music Industry Arts (MIA) program were given an excellent opportunity to grow both musically and in their studies of the industry when visited by Gary Furniss. Read more

Poet Holly Painter shows the power of spoken word poetry at Fanshawe
On March 15, director of London Poetry Slam, spoken word artist, Holly Painter, made a visit to Fanshawe's London campus to share some of her poems with the community. Read more

Cadence Weapon comes to London Music Hall
Canadian rapper, Roland Pemberton a.k.a. Cadence Weapon is leading the way when it comes to rap music and with a newly released self-titled album, he's surely making an impact in the music industry. Read more

Visual art student Vanessa Ervin challenges societal norms through art
Vanessa Ervin is a third year Visual Arts student who came to Lakehead from St. Joseph's Island in hopes of pursuing her passion of art. Read more

CAISA fashion show Innova breaks own fundraising record
A buzz filled Centennial Hall Friday night as 1,300 audience members waited in anticipation for models to take the stage - treating everyone to a show no one will soon forget. Read more

Health and Fitness: Put your back into it
Your back needs your care and attention. With so many muscles extending to and from your back, this is the epicenter of movement and posture for your body. Read more

Sports

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Manitoba wins women's hockey championship
Despite the firmly purple partisan Thompson Arena crowd, the Manitoba Bisons were able to defeat the Western Mustangs 2-0 to win the U Sports (national) women's hockey championship. Read more

Motoring: A few setbacks won't stop the Stelvio TI Sport AWD from being a stellar vehicle
Alfa Romeo is one of the oldest Italian automotive brands and has a history rich with building great racing cars, and wonderful sports cars. Read more

Knights' Night: No home ice this year for Knights, who travel to Owen Sound for first round
It wasn't the end to the regular season the London Knights were hoping for. Read more


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