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Interrobang issue for Monday, February 13th, 2006

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(Most) candidates tackle the issues
With one no show and the remaining candidates apologizing for every interruption, the FSU presidential debate was more of a friendly chat than a heated, opinion-fueled discussion. Greg Buckrell, Christine Thompson and Dan Vernooy, who failed to atte... Read more

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The candidates weigh in on the issues
Note: At the time of publication, FSU Presidential candidate Dan Vernooy was unavailable for interview. What is your Student Union experience? Christine: Two terms as VP Internal Affairs and raised twice as much money for Shinerama then the previ... Read more

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Career Corner: Tips to impress potential employers
Now is the time for Fanshawe students to start preparing to meet with the employers who will be on campus at Career and Summer Job Fair 2006. On Wednesday, February 15, 2006 approximately 91 companies will be in ‘J' Gymnasium from 10 a.m. ... Read more

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F.A.T.S. Knows!
Tax time is coming! There are lots of questions about tax forms, so we hope to provide you with some answers and useful information to help you figure it all out! What's the difference between a T2202A and a T4A? T2202A (or Education Deductio... Read more

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Drunk driver tears up college practice fields
London Police arrested a Fanshawe student over a week ago when campus security caught him driving erratically through the college's soccer fields, while under the influence of alcohol. Ed Pimental, manager of Campus Security at Fanshawe, said a ... Read more

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Provincial gov't shows us the money!
Last week the province announced an investment of more than $5.5 million to Fanshawe, but according the college that money was worked into their finances last spring. “Although most welcomed by the College, the funding was not new information,... Read more

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Cholesterol: not just dad's health problem
SACKVILLE, N.B. (CUP) -- February is National Heart Month, a month to remember and learn how to keep your heart ticking. Although cholesterol may not seem like the most pertinent subject to students; after all, high cholesterol is something you'... Read more

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Meet Vaughn Row
What's going on Fanshawe! My name is Vaughn Row and I'm a first year Police Foundations Student, I'm also the new Vice President of External and Academic Affairs. My duties include handling academic appeals, working with the President on ... Read more

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Faculty can strike, but spring break will go on as planned
Fanshawe students can now bask in the sun during spring break, but colleges all over Ontario and their students may be left out in the cold if the faculty strikes on March 7. Ontario Public Service Employee Union (OPSEU) CAAT-Academic members, who c... Read more

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Muslim cartoons causing a stir in PEI
TORONTO (CUP) -- The University of Prince Edward Island has ordered the school's student newspaper—The Cadre—not to distribute its latest issue because it contains the Muslim illustrations from the Danish paper Jyllands-Posten. The C... Read more

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Meet The Candidates
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Opinion

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Letter of the Week: Student shares lessons learned
A student's first term can be an incredible learning experience, even if the grades at the end of the term do not reflect that. As much as students start the term with the intention of passing their courses and going on to second term in the nat... Read more

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Fanshawe Fashionista: A passion for fashion
Valentine's Day may be a Hallmark holiday created to spend ridiculous amounts of money on roses, fragrances, chocolate and cards, but it is still a legitimate reason to celebrate one of the greatest (or most destructive) feelings - LOVE. It is a... Read more

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Looking for God: an Ongoing Tale - Press freedom vs. religious rights
“It's quite an uproar we're seeing in the Muslim world lately,” Tamara begins as she picks up her sandwich. At lunch time, she is meeting with former chaplain, Mitch, at the usual spot, the (amazing!) Out Back Shack. “I no... Read more

Lifestyles

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Realistic game puts you in the driver's seat
I finally have had some “go time” with one of the most anticipated launch games for the 360, Project Gotham Racing 3. I have to be honest with you and say that if I hadn't gotten this game for free, I don't know if I would have b... Read more

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The need for speed - dating, that is
Dating sure has changed over the years; no longer can you snag a man by passing him the standard “check yes or no” note, and recess has evolved from a flirty game of capture the flag into a 15-minute break between classes, which is likely... Read more

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Munich balances facts with fiction
In 1984, a young Israeli named Yuval Aviv teamed up with the Canadian George Jonas, a budding journalist. Aviv claimed to be a freshly defrocked Mossad assassin with a tale to tell. Together they wrote a book entitled Vengeance; a detailed account of... Read more

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This week on 106.9 The X
Hey Funshawers! Time to get in on some of the things that will be happening around 106.9 The X this week. We'll be hearing from JBC and Rips starting Monday from 6 until 10am. These boys are so funny; you should definitely listen to them for a ... Read more

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Lovelines
Dear Penny Ackersviller, You are the fart in my wind. Love Becky I wrote your name in the sky, but the wind blew it away. I wrote your name in the sand, but the waves washed it away. I wrote your name in my heart, and forever it will stay. - Jessica... Read more

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Dandy Warhols should stay in the studio
If you've read my column over the past year (and years past), it's no secret to you that I'm a big fan of The Dandy Warhols. There's something just so euphoric about their music; the simple arrangements and chords can make anyone sco... Read more

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Threat is putting the ‘die' back in indie
MONTREAL (CUP) -- In an era when “indie” films are made with $20 million budgets and garner Golden Globes and Oscars, Threat is a film to remind us what the term used to mean. Its no-budget, DIY production values and fuck you attitude ha... Read more

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Chef's Corner: Valentine's Day chocolate recipes
Whether you're presenting your loved one with it or drowning your sorrows with it, one thing is for sure — chocolate is the ultimate Valentine's Day treat. Here are some of the best chocolate recipes out there. Double Chocolate Browni... Read more

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Grammy night winners and losers
U2, Kelly Clarkson and John Legend were the big winners at the 48th Annual Grammy Awards last Wednesday. The lack of a host and minimal speeches made the night more about the music than the artists egos, with the obvious exception of Kanye West and h... Read more

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Zodiac Stargazer Horoscope
Aries (March 21 - April 19) You were hoping to be done by now, but this week finds you still in the middle. The real picture becomes better defined as the illusions burn away. Let the real work begin in earnest. Taurus (April 20 - May 20) Speake... Read more

Sports

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There are no bad foods, only bad diets
Big Macs are NOT bad for you. Kit Kats are NOT bad for you. Hell, not even bacon covered in ice cream and gravy is bad for you. However, eating McDonalds seven times a week IS bad for you. Having Reece's Pieces every day for breakfast IS bad ... Read more

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Local heroes going to Turino
Two young athletes will represent the city of London during the 2006 Olympic Games in Torino Italy. Christine Nesbitt of London, Ontario will dawn the red and white for Team Canada, competing in the 1000-metre, 1500-metre, and pursuit speed skating ... Read more

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Men's hockey team geared for another gold at 2006 Olympics
No Mario, no problem for the defending Olympic Gold medallists. The 2006 Olympic Men's hockey team will be without some fixtures to the international ice hockey scene including Mario Lemieux, Steve Yzerman, and Scott Niedermayer. However, with a... Read more

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They never make the highlight reel...
EDMONTON (CUP) -- They don't boast outstanding stats or shine under the media spotlight. It could be their face-in-the-crowd looks and blue-collar effort, but whatever their draw may be, there's something endearing about the underrated athlete. A... Read more

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Don't forget the message behind the games
Whether you say Turin or Torino, or potato or “po-tah-to” the hosting of the Olympic Games truly symbolizes the meaning of sport in the most definitive sense. The true meaning of sport is often overlooked in society today, and people fre... Read more

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Ryerson students find stairway to better health
TORONTO (CUP) -- Student life can be dangerously unhealthy -- sitting through hours of lectures, working at computers and reading textbooks leave little time for exercise. That's why Ryerson students and the Public Health Agency of Canada are teamin... Read more

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Dear WWE: you suck.
Dear WWE, I am writing to tell you that I am absolutely sick to death with the Eddie Guerrero storylines and dialogue. When he passed on, I was very proud of the great memorial show you put on for him and the kind words the week after. Now it has be... Read more

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A swift kick to the curb for new Suzuki economy car
I have often been accused of testing expensive fantasy cars that perhaps only a few can own. Not that I'm going to give up testing these exotic sports cars, but I do listen and for those who have asked me to test an econo-box, here it is. Cars d... Read more

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