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Interrobang issue for Friday, March 29th, 2019

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First ever tea and kombucha festival coming to London
The first annual London Tea and Kombucha Festival is coming to the city next weekend. This event aims to bring together the tea-loving community in southwestern Ontario and surrounding areas. Read more

Fanshawe student walkout a bust
Hundreds of college and university students across Ontario walked out of classes on March 20 to protest the Ford government's changes to post-secondary funding. Read more

Federal minister visits Fanshawe to introduce new training benefit
The Canada Training Benefit will provide up to $250 in credit each year to put toward the cost of training, as well as a Training Support Benefit operated through the Employment Insurance (EI) program. Read more

Fanshawe theatre arts-performance program brings two plays to stage
The Fanshawe theatre arts-performance program will be holding two plays this spring. Read more

Women with whisks: London's female culinary scene
The culinary scene has never been better in London, thanks to the women behind the counter. Read more

Western publishes first queer arts magazine
A new publication at Western University is creating space and connections for London's queer post-secondary community. Read more

Fanshawe hairstyling alumnus wins big at Contessa Awards
Dustin Schumann, former Fanshawe student, was named the 2019 Multicultural Hairstylist of the Year at the Contessa Awards Gala in November of last year. Read more

Fifty-five per cent of surveyed Fanshawe students have been sexually harassed
According to a recently published survey, 55 per cent of 3,192 Fanshawe College respondents have experienced sexual harassment, and 22.8 per cent have had a non-consensual sexual experience. Read more

Fanshawe to open new site in Woodstock
Fanshawe announced that there will be a new site in downtown Woodstock in a Fanshawe News, March 14 press release. Read more

A $25K grant resets stage for London Girls Rock Camp
Amid the glitz and glamour of Juno week, a group of young girls reminded members of the Canadian music industry that every big star needs to start somewhere. Read more



From the Editor
Welcome back Fanshawe students, staff, faculty and community members to another week and issue of the Interrobang. Read more


Editorial: Inequality in sports is everywhere
I've never been bullied for being a competitive female athlete. Instead, my classmates and closest friends have taken aim at my sport. Read more

The Bible: Here's one way to start
Sometimes people ask me for a copy of the Bible. That's not a problem. I've given away a fair share of them. Read more


Twinsanity: Double the awful
Twinsanity, also known as Downward Twin, is the latest psychological thriller released on Netflix this month. Read more

Video game review: The Liar Princess and the Blind Prince
A dark compelling fairy tale, The Liar Princess and the Blind Prince captures the attention through its wonderful puzzle mechanics, artwork and especially its storytelling. Read more

MIA alumnus wins Juno for Reggae Recording of the Year
Fanshawe Music Industry Arts (MIA) alumnus, Dubmatix, recently won the Reggae Recording of the Year Award at the 2019 Juno Gala Dinner and Awards. Read more

Netflix fix of the week: Russian Doll
A fun and mysterious TV series, Netflix's Russian Doll, is a sight for sore eyes especially if you’re looking for something that challenges the current mainstream shows. Read more


Zodiac Stargazer Horoscope
Don't limit what you can do because someone interferes or puts demands on you. Collaborate with someone you have worked with well in the past. Read more

Four handbags every girl needs
A bag can really elevate any outfit. The key is to know the different types of handbags/purses and their best uses. Read more

In the digital era: You've got a friend in me
In the age where digital technology is constantly growing, it can be hard to figure out who your real friends are. Read more

How to transition your current wardrobe from school to work mode
Transitioning from school mode to the workforce is stressful as is. A factor that may not hit you right away is that you can't show up to most jobs with sweatpants, a hoodie and your hair in a messy bun. Read more

Canada ranks ninth in the top ten happiest countries in the world
The United Nation's World Happiness Report was released on International Day of Happiness, March 20, 2019. Canada ranked at the ninth spot out of a total of 156 countries. Read more

Canada's Food Guide part 2
Many governments around the world have a set of healthy eating guidelines that put together by a group of experts in the health & wellness industry. Read more


Automotive Affairs: The 2019 Mazda3 Sport GT - Compact in size, not features
It is hard to believe, but the Mazda3 is now in its fourth-generation model. Read more

Falcons set another new record
Fanshawe's varsity teams have officially broken the record for most National medals won in a single season during Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Championships. Read more

Knights take opening weekend against Spitfires
Coming off a strong season, which saw the Knights place first in the OHL's Western Conference, much was expected of the team heading into the 2018-19 playoffs. Read more

Rock climbing: The right 'tude
Junction Climbing Centre will be hosting the Ontario Climbing Federation's Youth Climbing Competition on April 6 and 7. Read more

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