From the Editor: End of Year Issue

Dear readers,

We’ve made it to our final issue of the 2023/2024 school year! The winter term is quickly coming to an end, and with it, we’re closing the book on Volume 56 of Interrobang.

This year has been a roller coaster, complete with epic highs and epic lows, stories that made us think about the world and Fanshawe’s place in it, and what we, as students, have the power to change.

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Our coverage was defined by global news stories, from the genocide in Gaza to the news of Canada’s international student cap. The latter story continues to loom over Fanshawe, as we look ahead to next year at the potential losses the cap will have on our college community.

As has been the way for the last couple of years now, this issue is a chance for our team of Interrobang writers to reflect on their experiences over the course of the school year and to share all that they’ve learned along the way, both as students and as reporters. While these reflections may be unique to each individual writer, I think you’ll also find them deeply inspiring and applicable to your own lives. I know I certainly did.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone on Interrobang’s masthead–all of our writers, illustrators, graphic designers, and photographers. To our student team who skillfully balanced school and work all year long, and all of our full-time staff who helped make Volume 56 such a resounding success.

And thank you to you, dear readers, for all your support and engagement throughout this school year.


Hannah Theodore (she/her)

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