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Interrobang articles by Nicholas Tibollo

Voting: Figuring out an ideal age to make a democratic decision and sticking with it
A typical argument in favour of reform points to one of the many other freedoms currently afforded to 16 year-olds. The most common: 'they can drive, why can't they vote?' Read this article

Changes made to waste management at Fanshawe
Fanshawe's new waste disposal policy officially came into effect on April 1. Although a number of changes to what can and cannot be recycled or composted have been made, receptacle stations across campus remain unaltered. Read this article

Ineffective professors, like underachieving students, should be held accountable
Just as students need to follow rules and regulations when it comes to obtaining an education, instructors should also follow a code of conduct in order to help students achieve academic goals. Read this article

Western University to begin offering pass/fail credit option in the fall
Come September, students at Western University will be able to take up to 1.0 pass/fail courses as part of their degree, according to the Western Gazette. Read this article

If you want to help the homeless stop giving them spare change
Undoubtedly, dropping two dollars in an overturned hat makes one feel good. Though, does it actually make a difference? By and large, homelessness is not a standalone issue, it is a symptom. Read this article

Men's volleyball team secures CCAA silver medal to complete stellar season
On March 10, at the National Championships in Victoria, B.C. the Fanshawe men's volleyball team earned its second Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) medal in three years. Read this article

A variety of stimuli had to come together to create the chaos of St. Patrick's Day 2012
On March 17, in an ostensible celebration of Ireland's patron saint, college and university students across the city will don shamrock hats and emerald shirts as they blast the Dropkick Murphys and drink Jameson and Guinness. Read this article

Fanshawe faculty member awarded major research grant
A multinational team of researchers, led by Fanshawe College School of Public Safety faculty member Alan Batt, has been awarded a ZOLL Foundation research grant to study cardiac arrest in the Gulf region. Read this article

The silent leader: Cole Jordan
The men's volleyball team has put together nothing short of an extraordinary season Read this article

An unmentionable crisis: Suicide on campus
On Feb. 7, the Western Gazette reported that students at Western University voted overwhelmingly in support of prioritizing mental health over other on-campus concerns moving into the future. Read this article

Super Bowl Sunday and CTE: Defining features of the NFL
Feb. 4 saw the New England Patriots fail to capture their record-tying sixth Super Bowl win, dropping a closely contested match to the Philadelphia Eagles 41-33. The last time New England made it to the big game and fell short was against the New York Giants in 2012. Read this article

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