Welcome back Fanshawe students, staff, faculty and community members to another week and issue of the Interrobang.

To start off, my reporters spent a good amount of time working hard to have fresh and relatable content for you to read through and stay up to date with Fanshawe and London news. This issue happens to be our Valentine’s Day issue, which features a number of articles and features on all things love related, as well as have to have a fantastic day whether you are with somebody or not.

From top romantic movies to watch and different date spots around town, this issue is packed with Valentine’s Day inspiration.

Moving along to our news section, this issue has some key stories to share with the Fanshawe community. One big story includes the many up dates the Fanshawe Student Union (FSU) has on the Ford government’s Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) announcement and all the implications that may arise from it. From protests to petitions, Fanshawe is joining forces with other Ontario post-secondary institutions to show their stance on the issue.

When more updates are available, Interrobang will keep the Fanshawe community updated as much as possible, both online and in the following issues.

Another interesting story includes a look at a new podcast run by the College’s First Nations Centre. Though it has only just begun, the podcast aims at showcasing different Indigenous individuals and the work they’ve been able to do after finishing school.

One more great news story include the London Police Service (LPS) Polar Plunge, which is also aiming to have the Fanshawe community partake in the event.

Our opinion section has a few thought provoking pieces, including one on being in love and another about taking a different approach to Valentine’s Day. Our lifestyles section includes a horror film review, a fitness article, a Fanshawe Music Industry Arts (MIA) success story and an abundance of more Valentine’s Day inspired articles.

Last, but not least, our sports section includes some neat pieces including a car review, a look at Fanshawe’s sports stats and an article about a brother-sister duo who are both on the Fanshawe Falcons’ volleyball teams.

That’s it for this issue, but be sure to check back again next week, when our next issue hits newsstands on Feb.8.

Happy reading!

Melissa Novacaska

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