From the Editor
As Interrobang’s new editor, allow me to introduce myself as a Fanshawe alumna who is passionate for informative, community-building stories. During my time in the editor’s seat I hope to assist the paper, as old as the College itself, in increasing its multimedia presence while preserving its proud spirit of fostering student creativity.
As I’ve been told by John Said, the Fanshawe Student Union’s manager of publications and communications, Interrobang is a student paper, forged from their voices, ideas and words. I’m here to help spellcheck those words until they shine, as well as deliver the latest in news, sports and entertainment on campus and in London.
As you can tell from our cover, this issue showcases our love of all things summer in London. Our reporters and designers collaborated to create several colourful features, where you can read up on fun activities to do and “cool” places to go.
Our news section includes coverage on Fanshawe employee Leanne Mayer’s win at the Forest City London Music Awards, as well as the recent installation of 600 photovoltaic panels on the H-building roof. Both of these stories are accompanied by feature videos, which you can view online at theinterrobang.ca.
In the opinion section you’ll find our writers’ takes on language and etiquette, as well as the effect of video games on relationships. The lifestyles section brings you a review of Tyler, the Creator’s latest album, an overview of some interesting upcoming conventions and a report on London’s first virtual reality film festival.
Finally, our sports & leisure section highlights Fanshawe Athletics manager Nathan McFadden’s new position as the president of the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association. Again, you can watch our video coverage of the story online.
Interrobang will return in print with its fall orientation issue, but until then you can catch more stories and videos on our website and social media pages.
And so it goes,