Happy New Year, London students.

It’s a week into 2021 and the proverbial heat has already turned up a notch.

That pandemic you’ve been hearing so much about is still very much a threat to the most vulnerable in our communities — a tough pill made even tougher to swallow when Canadian politicians vacation in Caribbean retreats. At the same time, the world holds its breath as the days count down to Biden’s inauguration on January 20. As we all know, anything can change in an instant; it’s anyone’s guess as to what can take place between then and now.

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Meanwhile, students at Fanshawe College and Western University must shut out the noise, keep their eyes on the prize and once again grapple with the challenges of online learning. They must somehow remain undistracted by a rapidly transforming world and continue to think of a better tomorrow.

Heavy. But not impossible.

Some changes to the paper include renaming our lifestyle and sports sections to Culture and Leisure. We will be publishing digitally for the remainder of the lockdown, so be sure to follow us on social media. We are also producing more podcast episodes, found at theinterrobang.ca/podcast.

That’s it for now. Hold on to your hats as we saddle up for another interesting year.

And so it goes,

Angela McInnes

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