Interrobang issue for Monday, March 3rd, 2008
20 Questions: Small town girl makes her way to Fanshawe
Twenty-year old Television Broadcasting student Aimee Johnston is from a small town outside of London. How small? So small they don't even know the population. 1. What is something about you that most people don't know? I love sharks 2. ... Read more
Letter to the editor... A soldier speaks
I am a student here at Fanshawe College in the financial planning services program. I am also a part-time soldier with the Canadian Forces. I bear no ill will to the Career Fair protestors, nor will I ever demand a restriction on their right to prote... Read more
Faith Meets Life: It's part of our history too
Genocide is a very strong word. I had not heard it applied to the Canadian context until I was at a meeting on spirituality and native people in Canada. The native representatives, whose own spirituality was Christian, told us that Canada has its own... Read more
Definitely, Maybe good, despite precocious tween
Definitely, Maybe Definitely, Maybe follows the ups and downs of falling in and out of love, with some surprises and laughter, make this movie a hit. Will Hayes (Ryan Reynolds), upset because of his impending divorce, somehow gets talked into tel... Read more
Cinema Connoisseur: No Country, no thrills at this year's Oscars
No Country For Old Men came out on top of this year's 80th Academy Awards ceremony, which honoured the critic's top picks amongst films that no one went to see. The Oscars typically rank amongst the most watched broadcasts on television &mda... Read more
Bits and Bytes: Online gaming can be just as good as Guitar Hero
While I'm still wasting my time on some games that have been out for a while now (like Halo 3, Rock Band - just completed the drums on expert, baby! - and Guitar Hero 3) I decided to take the time to search Xbox Live and the Virtual Console on th... Read more
So you want to be in a rock band?: Making money off your material
It's wasn't until “1234" made its debut in Apple's 2007 advertising campaign for their latest iPod Nano that Leslie Feist, more commonly referred to solely by her surname, became a worldwide phenomenon. Despite the fact that she ha... Read more
Despite high-hosting hopes, Falcons are shut out of medals
Fouth place for both men's and women's volleyballers, but hosting gets high marks Despite being the host team, both Fanshawe's volleyball teams lost their bronze medal games at the OCAA championships. However even though the home side... Read more
Around the Ring: WrestleMania taking shape
Although we were on a little break following WWE's No Way Out PPV, I just have to put in my two cents. First of all, I think the PPV was amazing. From beginning to end, even with the so-so matches, the show delivered. Both elimination chamber mat... Read more
Objects just doubled in size as recent published study reveals
A group of Fanshawe College researchers have stunned the scientific community by announcing that everything is twice as big as orginally thought.
Where's my ba-ba?
Baby Nelson enjoys one of the finer points in life, reading the newspaper in the can before having to head off to nursery school. Nelson also enjoys his morning beverage of choice while doing his morning business, a cool bottle of milk.