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Ask a Prof: Answering your student-life questions
Ask a Prof is a new monthly column for Interrobang readers who have questions and would prefer to ask them in a safe space with zero consequences. Read more

Opinion: A banner year for sexism
One in four women will experience some form of sexual assault in their life-time and it is estimated that between 15 and 25 per cent of North American women will experience some form of sexual assault during their academic career. Read more

From the Editor
This week's issue presents all the necessary information you need about the Fanshawe Student Union's (FSU) upcoming by-election. Read more

Get professional help for your mental health - even if you think you don't need it
After getting treated for my own issues tied to anxiety and depression through therapy, I can confirm getting help made a difference in returning to who I want to be. Read more

FOMO and your mental health
Time spent helping others can mean discovering things about yourself that will always serve you well. Read more

Addiction: The good, the bad, and how to tell the difference
We all have one. Whatever form it takes, we all have something in our lives that we turn to automatically, compulsively, or as a means of stress relief. Read more

From the Editor
Greetings, readers from the Fanshawe community and beyond. Welcome to a brand new issue of Interrobang. Read more

The Christian arsenal against climate change
Opinion: Battling the effects of climate change requires the cooperation of a global, spiritual community. Read more

Anti-party fines are extreme and dubious
Fake Homecoming partiers could wake up to something worse than a morning-after hangover this year. Read more

Back to college: 2019 edition
Going back to school as a mature student in your '40s, as I am doing, is a unique experience to say the least, but one worth doing. Read more

From the Editor
This issue emphasizes the importance of voting in the upcoming federal election, taking place Oct. 21. Read up on issues you feel are important, and research which party aligns the most with your personal values. Read more

Ford's cuts to education put vulnerable students in danger
I didn't fully realize just how independent I would have to be in university until my mother sat me down and told me she wouldn't be able to financially support me at all. Read more

Inconvenient religious symbols
By now you have probably heard that Quebec has a new law that bans public servants in positions of authority from wearing religious symbols. Read more

From the Editor
What you hold in your hot mitts today is our annual Sex Issue, which includes features written and designed by our student staff. Read more

Chandrayaan-2: A risk worth taking
Many had their hopes high for India to make its mission to the moon, Chandrayaan-2, a success. However, on Sept. 7 the mission ended in failure. Read more

How being selfish leads to healthy relationships
Selfishness. This is required for all of us to truly love ourselves. Read more

Why have kids when the world is ending?
For the longest time, I never wanted kids. Everyone said that would change as I age, and I really hate to admit they're right. Read more

God and the work-and-rest equation
Life is short. Do you really want to spend your free time scrolling? Read more

From the Editor
In the wake of a first-time ever absence of a full-time president in the Fanshawe Student Union (FSU), our cover story asks a necessary question: where are our student leaders? Read more

Is OSAP trying to help me or not?
There were some tears when I first saw my funding estimate. After seeing the reactions from other students online, I considered myself lucky that most of my tuition will be covered. Read more

A harder program to operate than at first glance?
This in no way is meant to berate or minimize the impact shortfalls from OSAP (Ontario Student Assistance Program) have created for some students. Read more

Do we still need TV in an age of streaming
The age of cable/satellite TV seems to be no more due to the popularity of streaming websites such as YouTube and Netflix. Read more

God probably exists. So be happy.
There are a number of criticisms that people have against Christianity. You have probably come across some of them. Read more

I am scared to exist as my gender
I am always in defence mode because I will never know what someone's intentions are. Read more

From the Editor
Greetings, new and returning members of the Fanshawe community. Welcome to Interrobang's 2019 Orientation Issue. Read more

Not a term of endearment
Certain words, even when used casually with no ill intent, can still have destructive power. Read more

Can video games help relationships grow?
Video games can impact your relationships, whether it's your family, friends, significant others or even strangers. Read more

The atrophy of etiquette
The world might be a better, more respectful place if learning etiquette was more of a priority. Read more

From the Editor
As Interrobang's new editor, allow me to introduce myself as a Fanshawe alumna who is passionate for informative, community-building stories. Read more

Vices and virtues: Living in the wake of our parents' being
Understanding your parents, along with their vices and virtues may help you become a better person in the end. Read more

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