Interrobang issue for Monday, March 28th, 2016Click on the sections below to read this issues articles in HTML (website) format or download the original print edition below.
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International student population continues to grow
According to the 2015 International Student Barometer (ISB), a system that rates the satisfaction of international students, Fanshawe has come out on top yet again. Over 142,000 students from 172 institutions and 18 countries participated in the... Read this article
Fanshawe Photography program launches new show
The Fanshawe Photography program is about to get some exposure with its brand new year-end show, running March 29 to April 2 at the ARTS Project in Downtown London. The show, called Reflex, will highlight the results of an image competitio... Read this article
Canada welcomes international students with open arms
The new government has made it easier for international students to gain citizenship in Canada. “International students are the best candidates to be citizens of Canada. We are seeking them out and as are other countries in the world... Read this article
Fanshawe welcomes Canada Read's finalist Kamal Al-Solaylee
For the final lecture of Fanshawe’s Letters and Arts Society Reading Series, journalist and author Kamal Al-Solaylee came to speak about his 2012 book, Intolerance: A Memoir of Extremes on March 17. Intolerance was a 2015 finalist in CBC... Read this article
Two is better than one: London Fringe Festival to join Old East Village and Dundas Street festivals together
Summer is festival season, and London is rich with events. The London Fringe Festival, known for showing unique, small theatre productions and art, is one of the first things Londoners look forward to every summer. Melissa Tipson-Mohr, the... Read this article
Trudeau attempts to distance himself from Harper's isolationism
On March 16, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that Canada will be running for a 2021 seat on the UN Security Council, which the country has not held since 2000. The Harper administration ran for a seat in 2010 but was denied. This annou... Read this article
Rumours of Grace: In the wake of terror - love?
The terrorists who just struck in Brussels may or may not have known that their attacks were carried out during the most important week of the Christian year. It was the week when churches all over the planet celebrated the death and resurrectio... Read this article
Donate your MP3 players to retirement homes
Gone are the days of clunky MP3 players and those Walkman’s where if you lost the battery cover, it was game over. However, if you end up finding one when cleaning out your attic, there is an alternative to throwing them out and it could c... Read this article
LARP: Pick up your sword and hit the ground swingin'
The drums are beating and the ground shakes beneath the footsteps of 100 charging soldiers. War has begun and the battlefield has moved to London. Live-action role playing, or LARPing as it’s more commonly called, gives fantasy enth... Read this article
Scientific Adventures: New info sheds light on the mysterious Tully Monster
This week we go back to the age of dinosaurs, with new information on fossils of a so-called monster and bird legs getting a little prehistoric. Tully Monster is explained… sort of In 1958, Francis Tully, an amateur paleontolo... Read this article
Mystery shopping: Fairy godmother or evil stepmother?
Mystery shopping is an opportunity to go Sherlock Holmes on a business outlet to get free stuff in return. This sounds like a win-win, especially for students who have some time to conduct research and fill out a survey answering detailed ques... Read this article
LG G5 brings innovation back to the smartphone universe
With the slowing down of Moore’s Law in the smartphone industry, there has not been much innovation lately. I do not consider curved screens an innovation because that technology is more of a gimmick, like 3D TVs. They look cool at Best ... Read this article
Beauty Boy: Foundation application techniques and tools
Ever wonder why foundation is just never working for you no matter how many brands you’ve tried? Sometimes it’s not the actual foundation that could be the problem, it can be how you’re applying it. There is always the dau... Read this article
Premier League Ponderings: Twists and turns in week 31
As we inch closer to the conclusion of this most unpredictable of Premier League seasons, clubs are finding themselves more and more desperate to claim what is left of the points available. Some are fighting for the title, some for Europe and ... Read this article
Motoring: Turning heads in the 2016 BMW
Earlier this month, BMW celebrated their 100th birthday. I thought this would be the best time to feature what I think is the best vehicle this German company has ever made; the i8 plug-in hybrid sports car. The i8 offers everything you&rs... Read this article