Current Issue: Monday, April 5th, 2021

Interrobang
Subscribe to the Interrobang Newsletter

2020/21    2019/20    2018/19
2017/18    2016/17    2015/16
2014/15    2013/14    2012/13
2011/12    2010/11    2009/10
2008/09    2007/08    2006/07
2005/06    Online exclusives

From the Editor

Angela McInnes | Interrobang | Opinion | April 5th, 2021



Editorial opinions or comments expressed in this online edition of Interrobang newspaper reflect the views of the writer and are not those of the Interrobang or the Fanshawe Student Union. The Interrobang is published weekly by the Fanshawe Student Union at 1001 Fanshawe College Blvd., P.O. Box 7005, London, Ontario, N5Y 5R6 and distributed through the Fanshawe College community. Letters to the editor are welcome. All letters are subject to editing and should be emailed. All letters must be accompanied by contact information. Letters can also be submitted online by clicking here.
Dear readers,

Welcome to Interrobang’s final issue of the 2020/2021 year, and thank you from the bottom of my heart for picking up your copy.

When each year comes to a close, the Fanshawe Student Union’s publications manager, John Said, immortalizes the latest issues of Interrobang into black hardcover periodicals that go as far back as the mid ‘70s.

With this fact in mind, I’m sure future editors will review what life was like during the first year of the coronavirus pandemic. Once every hundred years or so, an event takes place that shapes that particular era in human history. For the first time ever, we can now witness that event through the eyes of Fanshawe College students.

Therefore, this issue is our time capsule, with our special section featuring our staff’s personal reflections on the past year. This issue celebrates their perseverance, resilience, and achievements.

On that note, I’d also like to take this opportunity to bid you all farewell. My time with Interrobang, particularly the past 12 months, has been extraordinarily transformative. I’m off to build my career as a journalist and venture further into the great unknown.

As a great man once said — when the going gets weird, the weird turn pro.

See you around, London.

And so it goes,

Angela McInnes
Interrobang social media accounts
Facebook Twitter Instagram RSS
Subscribe to the Interrobang Newsletter
Navigator Deals View Buttons
Right side promo banner
Interrobang social media accounts
Facebook Twitter Instagram RSS