Dear readers,

Another year has come and gone at the Fanshawe Student Union (FSU), and it’s time to usher in a new group of executives to represent the student body. After a stacked race, students elected Stephin Sathya to be their new FSU president.

FSU Elections are an exciting time for candidates and students alike. The people you elect to these roles will have a say in all parts of college life, earning a seat at the table to voice the concerns of students across Fanshawe’s campuses. What’s more, this year students had the chance to vote on an important referendum, deciding whether or not to add a $6/ year General Advocacy Fee to their existing ancillary fees.

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These elections reveal a lot about our students; how engaged they are, how much they care about the issues they face on campus, and who they want to lead them through those issues. This year saw one of the largest groups of students running for FSU president in recent memory, perhaps a testament to how student engagement has grown since coming out of lockdown.

Outside of FSU Elections, this issue is also brimming with news, from Fanshawe’s upcoming Open House, to a new sexual violence mapping service, to a dissection of London’s new plan to tackle homelessness.

I hope you all took the time to have your voices heard in this election, and continue to read Interrobang to stay informed about all aspects of student life.


Hannah Theodore

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