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CULTURE

Angela McInnes - Everything happens for a reason
In 2020, I found myself leading a team of resilient Fanshawe students while we adjusted to the new normal of the coronavirus pandemic. I was terrified of all the unknowns. But I wouldn't trade the experience for anything in the world. Read this article

Ian Indiano - The ghost of a falcon
For the past few years, the world has been giving me systematic classes on not expecting things to go as planned. These lessons started before the pandemic, but after last year, I think I'm ready to graduate. 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

Ilhan Aden - A year of truth
Someone off-handily mentioned to me that this year, they felt like an octopus with their tentacles being pulled in every direction-a shared feeling deep within my spirit. Read this article

Cheyenne Dockstader - Taking the opportunity to challenge myself
Working for Interrobang has been fun. This year was hard, I haven't been motivated to do much of anything, but being able to see my work in the newspapers all across Fanshawe, and even at Western University, has been an uplifting experience for me. Read this article

Skylar McCarthy - What I learned through this COVID-filled year
I'll be graduating after April, but it totally doesn't even feel like a celebration, to be honest. This year for me has been a lot of ups and downs not only physically, but also mentally and socially. Read this article

Lance Dagenais - There is an end in sight
What do I say about the past year? It seems like so much has happened and nothing has happened all at the same time. Read this article

Salma Hussein - An unforgettable experience
The COVID-19 outbreak has thrown us all off and changed our lives forever, and as a future healthcare worker this has been a life-altering experience. Sharing my thoughts and perceptions of news and events around our community through this paper was the most amazing and humbling opportunity of my time at Fanshawe. Read this article

Hannah Theodore - Finding certainty in uncertain times: a reflection of the past year
What has always kept me afloat through my studies has been my time here, with Interrobang. I knew, being a mature student, that I was going to have to pay my way through school, even with help from OSAP and financial aid. Read this article

The Deadly Disguise first novel written by Fanshawe grad and healthcare hero
The Deadly Disguise is a murder mystery novel dripping with suspense that promises to take readers on an emotional journey highlighted by a variety of twists and turns. Read this article

Matthew Dawkins on his upcoming book and passion for creating
Matthew Dawkins is a second-year student who is already on his way to becoming the next great Canadian author. Read this article
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Horoscopes
Be honest with yourself and those around you to avoid making a mistake. Put your focus on self-improvement, not trying to change others. Read this article

Why we need to cancel cancel culture
During this pandemic the term of cancel culture has come to the forefront - but what exactly is cancel culture? Read this article

A heartfelt goodbye
This might be the last article that I am writing for the Interrobang, it certainly will not be the end of the journey. Read this article

How the Nintendo Switch switched the gaming world
It's been about four years since the Nintendo Switch launched back in 2017. Before this, gaming wasn't really portable at all. Read this article

The crest and closeout of Western's forgotten club
Dark silhouettes contrast the deep blue of the water. As the waves roar, they turn their backs to the shore, keeping their eyes trained on the horizon. Read this article
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Students talk staying creative during the pandemic
Many creative students are trying to use this time to their advantage, hoping they can truly enjoy the fruits of their labour when the pandemic is over. Read this article
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What is the future of the monarchy?
In October 2019, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry announced they would be taking six weeks off from their Royal Family duties. Read this article

How to have a feminist March marathon
What better way to spend downtimes than with movie and TV marathons of empowering classics and new feminist releases. Read this article

A Beginners Guide To NFTs
NFTs are digital assets known as non-fungible tokens. This means you can't use an NFT to purchase another NFT, instead, you can exchange it for some form of money. Read this article

What is crypto art?
Crypto art is a digital artwork that is linked to an NFT. So, all crypto art pieces are NFTs, but not all NFTs are crypto art. When a digital artwork is tokenised in a blockchain, it now has digital proof of ownership, and now this piece can be authenticated and owned like any other piece of art. Read this article

Horoscopes
Take care of personal responsibilities before moving on to more enjoyable pastimes. Read this article

Why you should be curious about art therapy
I've always known that artwork was a powerful thing, not because of the ability to communicate the ideas in our hearts and minds, but because of its ability to heal. Read this article

Online learning could be the key to educational accessability
Innovations in remote learning models could be the key to giving more people access to an education, even after COVID-19 is behind us. Read this article

Fanshawe professor nominated for Edgar Allan Poe Awards
Dr. Erin E. MacDonald, a School of Language and Liberal Studies professor at Fanshawe College, has been nominated for the prestigious Edgar Allan Poe Awards. Read this article

Understanding asexuality
Approximately one per cent of the world’s population identifies as asexual. Read this article
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Take some time to invest in yourself
How much are you willing to invest in your own growth? Read this article

Why is virtual networking more important than ever?
With more of an online presence and more jobs becoming exclusively remote, now is the time to be able to virtually network yourself. Read this article

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