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Hit me with your best shot
On June 3, Fanshawe College announced that all students living in residence must provide verification of being partially or completely vaccinated against COVID-19. Read this article

Will camps be affected this summer?
As a kid, some of my favourite memories were from summer camps. With some confusion regarding the Ontario shutdown, parents are still uncertain if they will be able to send their children to summer camps this summer. Read this article

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Enjoy a Career in Developmental Services with Middlesex Community Living
Sponsored by Middlesex Community Living
Middlesex Community Living is a not-for-profit, charitable organization that supports adults with developmental disabilities in the Municipality of Strathroy-Caradoc. It partners with people to realize their value as full, contributing citizens in their community. Read this article

What the hell, Ontario?
The third wave is here, and Ontario is drowning. Read this article

The end of the world?
This Easter, remember the impact of Jesus' death on humanity, which brings God's forgiveness, healing and peace to the world. Read this article

From the Editor
Welcome to Interrobang's final issue of the 2020/2021 year, and thank you from the bottom of my heart for picking up your copy. Read this article

Good Friday and Easter, part 1 (of 2): Mary Anoints Jesus' Feet
The two most important days in the Christian calendar are coming up. Soon there will be a world-wide celebration of the death of Jesus Christ and his return from death. Read this article

Cyberattacks are the biggest threat facing humanity right now
Cyberattacks grow more pervasive every day. From phishing to malware, cyber warfare is becoming harder to spot, and easier to commit. Read this article

From the Editor
Do you have any idea what NFTs are? How about blockchain technology? How much longer before cryptocurrency becomes the main currency of the world? Read this article

Indian farmers continue to protest, but why is no one talking about this?
In September 2020, the Indian government passed three laws that opened its agriculture market to privatization. While these laws may have been intended to invigorate and globalize India's farming industry, these laws will no longer guarantee minimum support for farmers' products. Read this article

Should voting be mandatory?
Countries with a mandatory vote are considerably fewer than the countries without it. Read this article

NASA Perseverance rover safely touches down on Mars: What do the aliens think of us now?
Opinion: We want to discover alien life, but does it want to be found? Read this article

Is a medically assisted death a good death?
Opinion: For Christians, a human being is not merely the subject of mental and physical health care administrators. Read this article

From the Editor
The sun is shining. The snow is melting. London has moved into orange-restrict zone under Ontario's COVID-19 response framework as we continue to contend with a worldwide pandemic. And most importantly, the Fanshawe Student Union (FSU) elections are upon us once more. Read this article

The Rent Divide: Is London the new Toronto?
Never did I think I would live long enough in London Ontario to complain about how expensive the city has gotten, but here we are in 2021 with the lowest vacancy rate in almost a decade. Read this article

Opinion: Love always wins
Hip-hop, country, pop, electronic, rock, opera, classical and other genres of music have a very frequent theme, love - love in its many forms. Read this article

From the Editor
Welcome to Interrobang's 2021 Diversity & Inclusion issue. This is where our writers meditate on how everyone can make society more inclusive to its marginalized groups. Read this article

Systemic racism exists in Canadian healthcare
Opinion: The bias and prejudice healthcare workers carry with them can be detrimental to the health and safety of Black and Indigenous clients. Read this article

We're all mad here: It's time to forgive magical thinking
Opinion: We're all prone to unusual ways of thinking while under emotional stress. Read this article

From Uncle Tom's Cabin to real Black churches
Faith in the Christian church plays a significant role in the history of Black slavery. Read this article

From the Editor
Greetings, Fanshawe College and Western University readers. Welcome to the latest issue of Interrobang. Read this article

COVID deepens the cracks of Canada's class system
For nearly a year now, the message has been clear: Stay at home. Save lives. Simple enough, right? Read this article

Where do we go from here?
As cases are on the rise, stricter lockdown measures on the horizon, a new virus variant present, and a continued lack of transparency - 2021 is not off to a great start. Read this article

Canada continues to fail First Nations people
The way the First Nations people of Canada have been treated will forever be a stain on Canada's history. Read this article

Do you want a job or a vocation?
There is another way of thinking about work. And that is as a vocation. The idea is that a vocation is something of a higher calling. Read this article

Trump's second impeachment: It is only the beginning
U.S. President Donald Trump made history on Jan. 13, 2021 by becoming the only president to have been impeached twice, a fitting end for such a controversial term in office. Read this article

From the Editor
It's mind-blowing to think that just two weeks ago, the world watched in real time as the U.S. capitol was sieged by white supremacists. Today, however, there is sense of renewal in the air. In the middle of January, it feels like spring. Read this article

Canada's discrimination in the hiring process
Going into an interview can already be stressful enough without having to think of the colour of your skin, size of your body, gender, or ethnicity as reasons to hold you back. Read this article

Happy unflinching New Year: A lesson from Arctic
As we enter the New Year in these difficult times, survival means doing onto others as we would have them do onto us. Read this article

Beware the COVID gaslighter
While many of us have made drastic sacrifices to protect our communities and loved ones from the deadly COVID-19 virus, others were suggesting that there was nothing to fear. Read this article

From the Editor
Happy New Year, London students. It's a week into 2021 and the proverbial heat has already turned up a notch. Read this article

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