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OPINION

How churches can now be seen as too diverse
Some people say that they stay away from, or have distanced themselves from the Church, because it is not committed to the inclusion of a diversity of people. But I think that often it is exactly the opposite. Read more

Wake up! Amber Alerts save lives
Like most people in the late evening of Feb. 14, I was lying in bed. As I scrolled through my phone, suddenly something popped up on my screen which immediately panicked me: an Amber Alert. Read more

From the Editor
Welcome back Fanshawe students, staff, faculty and community members to another week and issue of the Interrobang. Read more

Why Article 13 will be negative for creative content
For the past year, there has been a lot of news focused on policy changes happening on online platforms. I mean, I for sure was probably not the only one who noticed a huge influx of emails from websites like Facebook, Discord, Google that happened in the summer of this year. Read more

Why you should learn a new language
With the number of translation apps that are accessible now it is becoming easier and easier to only speak one language. Read more

Editorial: The writing was on the wall
Ryerson Students' Union (RSU) is in the deep end with financial issues. Read more

Lady Gaga, the church choir and a portal to an enduring world
My parents immigrated to Canada before I was born. It was important to them to worship God in the way they had been brought up. Read more

From the Editor
Welcome back Fanshawe students, staff, faculty and community members to another week and issue of the Interrobang. Read more

Dear Valentine's Day, my old friend
Valentine's Day is a day worth celebrating, but there may be deeper aspects of it that people should think about. Read more

Why being in love is so great
Being single can be fun sometimes, but it sure doesn't beat how great it feels to be in love. Read more

From the Editor
Welcome back Fanshawe students, staff, faculty and community members to another week and issue of the Interrobang. Read more

An overuse of social media can lead to mental health problems and a lower quality of life
While social media is a good way to connect with friends and feel part of a community, it does have several negative effects in terms of mental health and the overall quality of life. Read more

Don't expect too much from your job
When it comes to looking for a job, well the first thing I would say is, God bless you! It's tough to go on a job hunt. Read more

From the Editor
Welcome back Fanshawe students, staff, faculty and community members to a new year and another week and issue of the Interrobang. Read more

Musical taste is subjective
There is no winner in the argument about which type of music is the best. Whether it be electronic dance music (EDM) or jazz, music is a completely subjective thing. Read more

The concept of being a sinner
Meditating on the nasty effects of your sins can have the benefit of making you aware that you need forgiveness and a change of life. Read more

From the Editor
Welcome back Fanshawe students, staff, faculty and community members to a new year and another week and issue of the Interrobang. Read more

Mean, green, vegan machine
Going vegan may mean supplementing various dietary requirements that are found in animal products with (sometimes) less effective plant-based diets which require much more planning and restrictions. Read more

A "new year, new me" attitude all year long
It's that time again. A new year bringing forth a magnitude of hopes and beliefs we paint for ourselves, in the attempt to correct our shortcomings or wrongdoings. Read more

Stop hating on New Year's resolutions
Many people have negative opinions about New Year's resolutions and find that they often do not last more than a couple of months. However, that does not mean that people should stop making resolutions to better their lives. Read more

Twenty-nineteen: The Year of Truth
I committed perjury. That is, I lied under oath. Here's the story. I worked for a small trucking company. The owner had his own issues and the business was struggling. I felt a lot of loyalty to him. Read more

From the Editor
Welcome back Fanshawe students, staff, faculty and community members to a new year and another week and issue of the Interrobang. Read more

Franco-Ontarian students underserved yet again
On Nov. 15, the Ford government cancelled plans to open Ontario's first French-language university, alongside other cuts. Read more

A desert temptation makes Christmas understandable
In my last column I wrote about a story that appears a couple pages into the Bible. It is the story of how Adam and Eve, the first human pair in the Bible, were seduced into sin. Read more

From the Editor
This issue happens to be our holiday issue, which includes a number of features to help you get in the holiday spirit. Our reporters compiled a number of gift guides to help you find great items to give to those you care about this holiday season. Read more

Jordan Peterson's read on the Bible's "Coming-of-Age" story (and how to improve on it)
Jordan Peterson is known for offering unexpected perspectives. His views on Marxism, Feminism and Gender are contentious to some. Read more

Smoke-free Fanshawe does not seem to be working out as planned
Fanshawe implemented a smoke-free campus on Nov. 1, but the College was not prepared for all of the entrances to the campus to be filled with smokers. Read more

From the Editor
This issue showcases the incredible talents of some of the athletes the College has this year. From cross-country to soccer, basketball and more, all Falcons athletes should be proud of themselves. 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

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

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