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 Vol. 56 Issue No. 11 February 2, 2024 
 Vol. 56 Issue 11 
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FANSHAWE COLLEGE’S STUDENT VOICE

Video News Roundup

Our weekly look at top stories covered by Interrobang

Video News Roundup (February 15, 2024)

Interrobang reporter Sarah Abukarsh catches you up on the latest stories making news this week at Fanshawe. Londonlicious showcases amazing London food, three Black-owned restaurants that are a must-try, and learn more about Black history in London.

Video News Roundup (February 8, 2024)

Interrobang reporter Sarah Abukarsh catches you up on the latest stories making news this week at Fanshawe. The annual pop-up shop "The Story" returns, London's green bin program faces growing pains, and college faculty are preparing to launch the Rapid Design Studio.

Video News Roundup (February 1, 2024)

Interrobang reporter Sarah Abukarsh catches you up on the latest stories making news this week at Fanshawe. Innovation Village celebrates its grand opening, Fanshawe is on alert following a rise in chickenpox cases, and Fanshawe's "The Story" pop-up shop returns.

Video News Roundup (January 18, 2024)

Interrobang reporter Sarah Abukarsh catches you up on the latest stories making news this week at Fanshawe. Alcohol will soon be available at Ontario convenience stores, Fanshawe is loaning out free clothes for students to wear to job interviews, and a new sexual health workshops aims to support 2SLGBTQIA+ international students in Ontario.

Video News Roundup (January 11, 2024)

Interrobang reporter Sarah Abukarsh catches you up on the latest stories making news this week at Fanshawe. Innovation Village is set to open later this month, Canada implements new financial requirements for international students, and a Fanshawe students makes a difference as a YOUNGA Youth Delegate.

Video News Roundup (December 7, 2023)

Interrobang Editor Hannah Theodore catches you up on the latest stories making news this week at Fanshawe. A Fanshawe employee is making a difference through his work with United Way, students with children express frustration over what they say is a lack of support, and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is on at the Grand Theatre until Dec. 24.