Interrobang issue for Monday, October 26th, 2009
Fashions Design students do their part to help breast cancer patients
Fanshawe Fashion Design students have been busy sewing, laying up and cutting garments in support of breast cancer patients. On October 8, several design students volunteered their time to put together pink garments for patients who will undergo a m... Read more
Local Business Profile: Getting your groove on
True music lovers, those with their ear to the ground, searching out new bands, keeping an eye on the indie music scene know that you can't always find true art in mainstream franchised record shops. For serious music geeks, underground record s... Read more
Career Corner: Beyond the cover letter - important job search correspondence
In addition to the cover letter that accompanies a resume, there are several types of letters used in correspondence with prospective employers. Every written communication you have with an employer is one more opportunity for you to demonstrate your... Read more
Halloween has nothing to do with the devil!
I'm not sure when it started happening, or more accurately, when I started noticing, but somewhere between the days when my mom used to dress me up as a Disney princess, and the moment I elected to make my own costume decisions, Halloween became ... Read more
Green Living: Time to live by the three Rs: reduce, re-use and recycle
Since we were kids, we've been reminded again and again to reduce, reuse and recycle our waste. But, it occurred to me that many of us have likely not really thought about what these three little words actually mean. While we, as a society, tend ... Read more
Faith Meets Life: Five Trillion Dolars
I have came into a lot of money and I can reward you in a big way if you will help me get it into the right hand. This is not one of those scams you get by emailed every week. Do not respond to any of those! The method I am sharing with you is appro... Read more
You never knew you loved... Loving psychobilly easy
There are plenty of websites and services out there designed to give you more of what you already love. Between tags, trends, and listening habits gleaned from various playlists, it isn't difficult for software to generate a list of recommendatio... Read more
Taking a bite out of gender relations in vampire media
It seems that lately, many girls and some women will either enthusiastically or bashfully admit that they're crushing on a vampire. They're most likely referring to Edward Cullen of Stephanie Meyer's Twilight series.
Opening eyes to food industry practices
Food, Inc. (2008) Food, Inc. is a shocking documentary about where our food comes from. It reveals the truth about American food producers, farms and factories. In the film, the stories of different farmers in the U.S. shed light on horrible truth... Read more
Food for Thought: Dangerous diets: Losing more than just weight
No one is really comfortable with their body image. Whether we want to lose weight, look younger, grow taller, be more muscular, curve less or curve more, we are never completely satisfied with the way we look. Even the most attractive of supermode... Read more
Women's basketball team building on success
Coming off last season in which the lady Falcon's basketball finished third in the provincial championships, the team is again looking to dominate the rankings this season. The team has a strong mix of veterans and rookies with one goal in mind,... Read more
Men's basketball team has nationals or bust mentality
Coming off a season that ended in utter disappointment at the OCAA basketball championships, the Fanshawe's men's basketball team looks to regain the form that led them to be one of top teams in Ontario.
Fun and Fitness: Three tips to achieving your ideal physique!
Be prepared for the fall-season with Fitness 101's three-point-plan to attain/maintain your desired physique. With colder weather approaching, excuses for bleak dieting and exercising will undoubtedly increase. So be prepared with some very simpl... Read more
Motoring: Going topless tons of fun for everyone
Having just celebrated its 50th birthday, this is certainly a big year for BMW's Mini. In honour of this milestone, the Frankfurt Auto Show marked the launch of two new versions of this iconic car: the Mini Coupe and the Mini Roadster. For fans o... Read more
The Neighbourhood Mechanic: Recalls a good thing
It always surprises me that when a manufacturer has a recall campaign it's looked upon in a negative light. In the case of recalls, negativity is all wrong. Recalls are basically product up-dates. Throughout any products life cycle, failure or op... Read more
NFL Czar: Homecoming won't be so sweet for Favre
When it comes to homecomings, most feel it's a time to be happy and reminisce.Yet for most people in Green Bay, Wisconsin they would rather not see the homecoming of Packer legend Brett Favre. Why? Because now he is wearing the purple of the Minn... Read more