From the Editor
This issue has a number of interesting pieces, including one about Fanshawe’s parking lots and how drivers are having a hard time finding a spot to park and are paying a lot of money if they do get a spot.
Another news story covers five new programs that started this year at Fanshawe, as well as the upcoming REDTALKS event, where Lucy DeCoutere will be giving an insightful and important talk about resilience, sexual assault and the culture around it. This event, on Oct. 4, is not one to miss.
The Interrobang gives readers an inside scoop of London’s first vegan food bank and the City’s initiative to help provide female hygiene products to those in need.
Our opinion section has two thoughtful pieces to ponder about, including one following the Ten Commandments and another about one student’s rant on Fanshawe’s parking system.
The lifestyles section includes our cover story about London native and musician Sarina Haggarty. Haggarty has not only performed across the city and in other Canadian and American cities, but has also performed an original song during a Shawn Mendes concert in Cleveland. She’s now taking her talents to Fanshawe and is part of the College’s Music Industry Arts (MIA) program. You’ll also find a video interview with Haggarty that the Interrobang conducted, which will be attached to the online version of this article. It’s a must watch.
The lifestyles section also includes a horror movie review, a fitness article a neat piece about metal detectors.
Last, but not least, our sports section includes some interesting pieces including a car review, a look at Fanshawe’s sports stats and a story about a number of Fanshawe Falcons who are recipients of the national Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) award.
That’s it for this issue, but be sure to check back again when our next issue hits newsstands on Sept. 28.