Welcome back Fanshawe students, staff, faculty and community members to another week and issue of the Interrobang. To start off another issue, my reporters spent a good amount of time working hard to have fresh and relatable content for you to read through and stay up to date with Fanshawe and London news.

Since this issue is our sexual awareness issue, my writers worked on some great features that cover topics such as STIs and STDs, menstruation, birth control, consent, sexting etiquette and much more. These features are not only interesting, but informative, especially for young adults, some of which may be experiencing sexual encounters for the first time.

Following with this theme, in the news section, you’ll find a story about a new initiative the Fanshawe Student Union (FSU) is taking by installing machines in all Student Centre (SC) female and gender neutral washrooms, as well as in The Out Back Shack (OBS), which dispense free menstrual products to those who need them. This is just one step the FSU is taking to help break barriers surrounding the stigma of menstruation and products used for it.

This issue also includes a profile about a sexologist who will be coming to campus on Sept. 20, and her background of choosing her career path to help educate students. Our opinion section has two thoughtful pieces to ponder about, including one about happiness and fulfillment and another about X-rated hypnotists.

The lifestyles section includes a profile on a newly rebranded Fanshawe Music Industry Arts (MIA) band called DIME, as well as a video game review and a chat with a Fanshawe professor, whose film is raising awareness about infertility and adoption.

Last, but not least, our sports section includes some interesting pieces including a car review, a look at Fanshawe’s intramural sports program and the success of the women’s soccer team, along with the return of veteran player, Jade Kovacevic.

That’s it for this issue, but be sure to check back again when our next issue hits newsstands on Sept 21.

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