From the Editor
The news section for this week covers a wide range of topics including looking at a year-end project from 13 fine arts students. The title of the collection of artwork is titled MIXTAPE and it really is a mix of the different kinds of artworks the talented students spent a lot of time working on.
This issue also includes the news of Stephen Patterson being appointed as the new dean of the Faculty of Arts, Media and Design (FAMD), as well as how London and the Fanshawe community are preparing for the annual Jack Richardson London Music Awards (JRLMA) honouring the best of the best of the city's musicians.
A story about Fanshawe's horticulture technician program and how it's in full bloom for the spring is included in this issue, as well as the upcoming Record Store Day celebrations in the city.
In the Lifestyles sections, you will find a film review, a fitness piece, tips on how to cope and ace your final exams, as well as a profile on musician Joshua Hyslop who recently made a stop in London while touring the province in support of his new album Echos. There's also a photo recap of country rock musician Kip Moore, who made another return to London for not one, but two shows during the Easter long weekend.
Our sports section covers a car review, a final look at the London Knights as they played their last game of the season and a look at the upcoming Fanshawe Ultimate eSports League (FUEL) Championships coming up on April 16.
That's it for this issue, but the Interrobang team thanks you for sticking with us for what has been an interesting year to say the least. We hope you continue reading our stories that will be posted online throughout the summer, as well as in our summer print edition. We also hope to see you back next year, but until then, good luck on exams and have a fantastic summer!