Dear readers,

A new year is upon us and it’s time to go get it.

There’s a lot to look forward to this year, whether it be exciting advancements in technology, changes in fashion, or new film and television releases. There’s also a fair bit to be cautious about, from a rise in extreme weather incidents, to changing political attitudes, to not-so-exciting advancements in technology. It’s a weird time to be alive, and our New Year’s issue is ready to be your guide to all of it.

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We’ve got Dee-Dee Samuels’ feature on a cultural almanac for 2023, highlighting what’s to come for the environment, fashion, music, politics, and more. Also, Justin Koehler explores the ever growing world of tech ecosystems and how we as consumers interact with these ecosystems every day.

If you’re one of those brave souls who has taken on a new year’s resolution, Zoë King has some tips for staying active during the colder months. If your goals are more cultured in nature, check out my article about Broadway in London to find out what’s on stage at Budweiser Gardens this year.

All that and more can be found in this issue. We have many other exciting issues and topics coming this term so whatever your 2023 goals are, let reading Interrobang be one of them.

Sincerely,

Hannah Theodore

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