Interrobang issue for Monday, November 28th, 2005
Paramedic students help cancer-stricken youngster feel like a hero
On his second day of kindergarten at Jack Chambers Public School in north London, four-year-old Cole Petrie was taken out of school and diagnosed with stage-four neuroblastoma, a type of childhood cancer that originates in the sympathetic nervous sys... Read more
Now that you've settled into life at Fanshawe, you may be getting unsettled where you live. If you decide to move, get a different phone, change your email address, or acquire a new name, please let us know!
Text messaging: Shakespeare of the 21st Century
A cell phone company in the United Kingdom has given classic Cliff Notes a technological makeover. Dot Mobile, a new cell phone service aimed at college and university students in the UK, have condensed plot lines and significant quotes into text fo... Read more
Career Corner: Landing the job means dressing for success
The first impression you make meeting a potential new employer may be vital to surviving the interview so why not make it a favourable one. You may feel confident with your communication style, firm handshake, and direct eye contact but have you fall... Read more
Fanshawe Fashionista: Warm weather is getting the boot!
Like many of you, I too am dreading the months ahead of bitter and cold weather. And although the extreme temperature has its downfalls, I am going to attempt to make the best out of the winter season. There is no better way to be ready for it than ... Read more
I got kicked in the junk: a story with a moral
The other day I'm in the store and WHAM, this guy walks up to me out of nowhere and kicks me in the groin. I go down, in no end of pain. Wincing in agony, I shout, in that curious blend of suffering and hatred that can only come from a state of e... Read more
Looking for God: an Ongoing Tale - The two extremes of ‘Mother' Nature
“Ok, last week you promised to tell me what Christianity says about the ecological crisis.” Mitch had hoped to do a little reading on the subject before this lunch, but sometimes things just don't work out. He responds to Tamara any... Read more
Chef's Corner: Get pot-lucky this holiday season
With the holiday season just around the corner, those potluck invitations are just around the corner. This season, think past the crock-pot and your grandmother's meatball recipe and try one of these simple and tasty dips, whether you're look... Read more
DVD Review: Don't reject Zombie's newest DVD
I really loved House of 1000 Corpses by horror and metal mastermind, Rob Zombie. There were some parts in that movie that kind of freaked me out a bit; a feeling that I haven't had since watching the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre (not that cra... Read more
Ms. Guidance: How to do Christmas on a budget
Dear Ms. Guidance, My friend has a band that I absolutely hate. They recently played a show that he invited me to; I did not want to go, but more importantly I couldn't go. Anyway, my friend has been nagging me and complaining that I am not supp... Read more
Album Review: System doesn't Mesmerize with this album
Before I start with the deliciousness this week, I must say that any fan of Korn's should really be looking all over the net for the three B-Sides that are now out that Korn is using for the Twisted Transistor singles in different countries. &ld... Read more
On Campus: Students enjoying a night around campus
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London's Ultimate Fighting Championship: Let's get it on!
Reminiscent of the Ultimate Fighting Challenge (UFC), a London-based fighting club is mastering the science of mixed martial arts. The Suffer System Submission Academy located at 665 Dundas St. in London have qualified coaches teaching fighters of v... Read more
Pro wrestling joins MLB on tough drug testing policy
I'm not sure whether to applaud or chastise the WWE on their new drug testing policy. For too long wrestlers have relied on various substances to help them perform. Some took prescription meds, others illegal drugs, and still others in attempts t... Read more
Jessica Finlay is So Fly, on and off the court
1. What do you feel is the greatest part of basketball? The team aspect, all being together 2. What is your favourite move in basketball? Driving hard into basket
Mazda MX5, formerly Miata, a sure thing in 2006
Well, here it is, the new 2006 Mazda MX5. Formally known as the Miata, this new roadster is set to take on the mantle of the previous two generations, and improve on it. So, have they cracked it? Is it any good? Well, I won't beat about the bus... Read more