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Interrobang issue for Monday, April 9th, 2018

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News

Graduating fine art students showcase an array of artworks at MIXTAPE exhibit
Graduating fine art students are celebrating their journey through the three year program with a final exhibit at the ARTS Project gallery. Read more

Stephen Patterson named new dean, Faculty of Arts, Media and Design
Fanshawe's Faculty of Arts, Media and Design (FAMD) gained a new dean on April 2, with the appointment of Stephen Patterson. Read more

Changes made to waste management at Fanshawe
Fanshawe's new waste disposal policy officially came into effect on April 1. Although a number of changes to what can and cannot be recycled or composted have been made, receptacle stations across campus remain unaltered. Read more

Record Store Day: A day celebrating the cultural aspect of record stores
Record Stores have been around for decades selling vintage and new vinyl records. Even as technology advances and other ways of listening to music have been invented, many still prefer vinyl. Read more

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Spring flowers are in full bloom at Fanshawe College's greenhouse
This past weekend Fanshawe College's horticulture technician program had a rounding success selling hydrangeas from the Spriet Family Greenhouse on campus for the Easter holiday. Read more

Evolution of carbon pricing
On April 4, Canada's Ecofiscal Commission released polling data by Abacus Data and a new report regarding carbon pricing titled 'Clearing the air: How carbon pricing helps Canada fight climate change' Read more

London's Music Industry excitedly prepares for the Jack Richardson London Music Awards
London's community is hard at work preparing for one of the highlights of the city's music industry each year, the annual Jack Richardson London Music Awards (JRLMA). Read more

FSU to host Glow Run and after party
On April 19, the Fanshawe Student Union (FSU) is hosting a Glow Run and after party as one of their final events to conclude another semester full of exciting events for students.  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 issue happens to be our final paper of the school year, or at least until our summer issue is released. Read more

Voting: Figuring out an ideal age to make a democratic decision and sticking with it
A typical argument in favour of reform points to one of the many other freedoms currently afforded to 16 year-olds. The most common: 'they can drive, why can't they vote?' Read more

Nahm'sayin? Kombucha is a waste of time, money and taste buds
If you're looking to improve your health by drinking Kombucha, don't. If you feel like you need to ingest millions of bacteria in a bottle of disappointment, just eat some expired yogurt and save yourself the trouble. Read more

Lifestyles

Joshua Hyslop releases Echos
Joshua Hyslop is a songwriter and musician from Vancouver, BC that has been taking the Canadian music scene by storm. His music draws from a variety of styles making it difficult to box into one specific genre but would best fall under the folk and singer-songwriter categories. Read more

Five tips to help you survive finals
Finals are almost here. There is no doubt that this is a very stressful time for many, however, the best way to reduce your stress is to prepare yourself as much as you can for your finals. Read more

Mom and Dad: Frivolous and twisted
What was first premiered at the Toronto Film Festival back in 2017, Mom and Dad finally got its international release in 2018. While this film is definitely not Oscar worthy, it had a twisted plot and was a lot of fun to watch. Read more

Health and Fitness: Use it or lose it
Starting something new is never easy, but starting over can be worse. When you take time off or not consistently training, your muscles atrophy (muscle cells shrink) and your motor neurons begin to 'forget' the action they need to do. Read more

Lost Boy brings a darker spin to our beloved Peter Pan story
Christina Henry brings readers a darker prequel to the original Peter Pan, an origin story about one of the most well-known fictional pirates, Captain James Hook. Read more

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Zodiac Stargazer Horoscope
You'll be prompted to make a personal change on that will encourage you to pay closer attention to the way you look as well as give you incentive to get into shape. Read more

Sports

Knights' Night: Knights season over
Tears, heartbreak and disappointment filled Budweiser Gardens, as the London Knights were forced to hang up their skates for the remainder of the postseason after being swept by the Owen Sound Attack in just four quick games. Read more

FUEL to host first championships
The Fanshawe Ultimate eSports League (FUEL) will be concluding its first year of operation with a night of championship tournaments. FUEL is an initiative that allows students to compete in weekly video games tournaments against their peers. Read more


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