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News

The Ghomeshi Effect: Performing the impact of sexual violence
The Ghomeshi Effect explores how Canada's legal system treats victims of sexual violence through dance and verbatim theatre. Read more

Students urged to properly pitch their butts
As staff and students adjust to Fanshawe's new smoke-free policy, effective Nov. 1, it is important they be mindful of where they pitch their butts. Read more

MADD London to kickstart annual Project Red Ribbon campaign in early November
MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) London chapter kicked off the 31st annual Project Red Ribbon Saturday, Nov. 3, MADD Canada's longest running and most well-known awareness campaign. Read more

Canadian agency first to win Google award
Arcane, a London-based digital marketing agency, is now the first Canadian agency to win a Premier Partner award from Google. Read more

Campus cancellations raise questions over free tuition
Recent cancellations to post-secondary education funding have raised questions over whether or not the province's free tuition program could be next. Read more

Fanshawe hosting Ontario Colleges Marketing Competition
Fanshawe will be hosting over 300 students, faculty, sponsors and judges from across Ontario at the 2018 Ontario Colleges Marketing Competition (OCMC) from Nov. 15 to 16. Read more

Strengthening Survivor Support: Sexual Violence Education
Sexual violence has always been a delicate yet sought after conversation on Canadian university and college campuses in terms of finding a resolution. Read more

Shine the Light campaign launch
Interrobang staff reporter Angela McInnes reports from the launch of London Abused Women's Centre's annual Shine The Light campaign at Victoria Park. Read more

Opinion

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From the Editor
This issue is our financial issue and includes a number of interesting and engaging features including one about thrift shopping, another about school awards and the Ontario Student Assistance program (OSAP) and another about financial tips. Read more

Remembering the Fallen, my own way
Fallen, I stopped organizing Remembrance Day ceremonies and I do not anymore attend them very much either. Read more

If you pay your own tuition, you'll benefit in the long run
Many students have the luxury of their parents forking out thousands of dollars a year to pay for their tuition. Read more

Lifestyles

VegFest is back in London
VegFest London is holding its fifth annual vegan festival. This one day event is happening on November 10 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Western Fair Agriplex. Read more

Review: London Comic Con
London Comic Con presented by Start.ca at the Western Fair District's Metroland Media Argiplex took place on Oct. 26 to 28. Read more

Alumnus inducted into Canadian Music and Broadcast Hall of Fame
The organization behind Canadian Music Week (CMW) announced that Fanshawe alum and Canadian Music Industry veteran Michael McCarty is to be inducted into the Canadian Music and Broadcast Industry Hall of Fame. Read more

A how to: Styling scarves
A scarf can be a staple for any fall and winter outfit and is also a bonus to looking good and adding character to a look. Read more

Overwatch makes its mark
The Overwatch PC club competed, for the first time, in matches against other schools in the United States last weekend. Read more

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Zodiac Stargazer Horoscope
Helping those in need can be rewarding, but don't let it be costly as well. Focus on offering physical assistance instead of a cash. Read more

The art of second hand shopping
One of the best ways to save money as a student is by shopping second hand. Whether it be clothes, electronics or even vehicles, it's possible to buy pretty much anything used. Beyond just saving money, it also does a lot of good in helping the local economy and cutting down on waste. Read more

How to avert money spending temptation
Here are some strategies to help the wayward soul avoid money spending temptation. Read more

Financial Aid at Fanshawe
Many students by now will have already received their Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) money and have started putting it towards their tuition, rent, and other expenses. It is important that students fully understand how OSAP works to avoid issues in the future. Read more

Six financial tips from the FSU Finance Coordinator
Anthony Stergiu is the Finance Coordinator at the Fanshawe Student Union (FSU) for the 2018/2019 school year. One of his goals for the position is to create financial awareness across campus and help students learn about budgeting. Read more

Dating on a budget
Trying to come up with fresh and fun date ideas is hard enough as it is already and being a low-income student can make it seem next to impossible. Read more

Sports

The 2018 Ford Expedition: A fully enclosed F-150
Though the 2018 Ford Expedition is a better price range for most people, its sister car, the Lincoln Navigator is a smoother vehicle to purchase. Read more

Fanshawe soccer teams claim OCAA Championships
Fanshawe's women's soccer team brought home the gold for the first time in nine years from the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) Provincial Championships. Read more

Men's and women's basketball teams start their season off with wins
The Fanshawe men's and women's basketball teams are off to a great start this season. Read more


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