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Interrobang articles by Jocelyn Wong

Model students plan LDSA fashion fundraiser
Fanshawe students are helping shine light on those with Down syndrome, through a fashion show. Read this article

The gift of giving
Buying a loved one flowers shows off your thoughtful and caring side. Read this article

Keeping it on the record
April 13 marks Record Store Day, an international celebration of independent record stores. Read this article

In the digital era: You've got a friend in me
In the age where digital technology is constantly growing, it can be hard to figure out who your real friends are. Read this article

Rock climbing: The right 'tude
Junction Climbing Centre will be hosting the Ontario Climbing Federation's Youth Climbing Competition on April 6 and 7. Read this article

Let's 'book in' for the new spring season
Spring means lots of new titles gracing the shelves of your favourite bookstores. Read this article

Looking back at the history of cartoons
Saturday cartoons found their early origins in the 19th century and into many household's hearts. Read this article

A diva is a female version of a hustler: An International Women's Day playlist
With news of Ariana Grande tying The Beatles' record of simultaneously occupying all top three spots on the Billboard Hot 100 on the charts recently, spotlight is now on female artists. Read this article

You are what you wear?
Costume festivities were first introduced in various parts of Europe. This practice has been popularized to include fictional characters, celebrities, and other fantasy characters. Some mass-produced costumes are pop culture references that represent ethnic cultures. Read this article

Beauty standards around the world
Standards of beauty across the world is not the same for each country, but what makes us different is something quite beautiful. Read this article

The idea of love at first swipe
When finding a new potential romantic partner is as easy as finding the newest pizza place, people are faced with so many more options. Read this article

Alternative first date ideas
First dates can be daunting, but having something unique to do during that time may help put everyone at ease. Read this article

What to eliminate in a daily diet
Weight creeps up on people in the colder months of the year because of the lack of exercise and binge eating during holiday seasons. Read this article

Organic and vegan-friendly eateries in London
Making ethical decisions has never been more delicious and simple. London has a wealth of organic food, grown locally and ethically. Read this article

Healthy eating habits are not a hassle
Meal prepping is an essential way to help keep you on track for a healthy lifestyle. Read this article

Don't just be a #girlboss
In recent years, more organizations are creating opportunities for women with entrepreneurial spirits and business inclinations. Read this article

Fanshawe staff ready to rock the night away
The Memphis Jam is a classic rock band made up by Gary Lima, Fanshawe VP of academic services, Jeff Wright, VP of corporate strategy and business development, Hayden Vialva and Paul Fleury. Read this article

Realistic fitness goals
Many New Year's resolutions involve setting a fitness goal. General fitness goals are arbitrary and immeasurable. This makes the goal less attainable and less likely to be met by the end of the year. Read this article

Top albums of 2018
Twenty-eighteen was the year of new releases, with bands who had gone through a brief hiatus but have all resurfaced with new sounds. Read this article

Mean, green, vegan machine
Going vegan may mean supplementing various dietary requirements that are found in animal products with (sometimes) less effective plant-based diets which require much more planning and restrictions. Read this article

Active playlist
Music sets the mood for anything: gym-goers deserve good music to accompany them on their transformative journey. Interrobang curated a small collection based on a few popular genres of music. Read this article

Some neat organic and vegan friendly eateries in London
Making ethical decisions has never been more delicious and simple. London is a wealth of organic food, grown locally and ethically. Become a vegan warrior and join the movement with some of Interrobang's local spots in town. Read this article

Composting helps more than it smells
Composting helps the environment: it is organic material that is used as organic fertilizer. Currently London does not have a green bin program because of its high costs. An average household would need to spend $35 per year on garbage pickup. Read this article

Common Mental Illnesses
The government of Canada reported that over 30 per cent of Canadians will experience mental illness during their lifetime, regardless of age, income, or culture. Read this article

Weather changes and so does your mood: Seasonal Affective Disorder
Weather can influence the way people feel and perceive. Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a mental illness that occurs over a short period of time during the year. Read this article

Drawing your way to a better future
With the rise of adult colouring books, many people are looking at non-medicinal forms of treating mental illnesses. One of the rising methods of treatment is art therapy, which combines fine arts and counseling psychology. Read this article

Hitting the right spot with a sex workshop
Nestled in the heart of downtown, Spot of Delight is one of London's newest sex shops. It encourages inclusivity and discretion. Read this article

Birth Control Methods 101
Preventing pregnancy and educating oneself on the methods of practicing safe sex is important before engaging in sexual activity. There are different benefits and disadvantages to different types of birth control, some of which require consulting a physician prior to completing a medical procedure. Read this article

Shop 'til you drop: unique boutiques in London
London has a fair share of boutiques dotted across the city, but finding something that is uniquely #LdnOnt is something that is hard to do when you are new to the city. Read this article

Nightlife in London for those even under 19
London's nightlife extends beyond just Richmond Row. There are so many events that happen throughout the evening for those under 19. Read this article

How to meet new people during post-secondary education
Meeting new people and making new friends during post-secondary education can be daunting, but fear not, there are great events and ways at Fanshawe to help you find a tribe of your own. Read this article

Frosh week is about to get "lit"
Fanshawe's family is made up of roughly 21,000 members across different disciplines and the Fanshawe Student Union (FSU) is here to make students feel welcome during their time at school. Read this article

Food festivals all summer long
There is no shortage of opportunities to get stuffed this season with a variety of food festivals in the Forest City. Read this article

Exploring London: Places and spaces to visit this summer
A look at five areas of London that you should explore over the next few months. Read this article

Fanshawe's sexual violence prevention advisor wins leadership award
Leah Marshall, Fanshawe's sexual violence prevention advisor, received a leadership award from the Ontario College Counsellors (OCC) on May 14 at North Bay, Ont. Read this article

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