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Interrobang issue for Monday, January 25th, 2016

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From victim to survivor
“I think this was the moment I realized I wasn’t ruined, that even though he ruined my innocence as a child I would make it and I would be okay,” wrote one of the inspirational posts on Arrows of Bravery. Arrows of Bravery... Read more

Fanshawe announces phase II of downtown expansion
Fanshawe president Peter Devlin was excited to announce the beginning of Phase II of the Fanshawe College Downtown Expansion project on Jan. 15. “I can hardly wait…I’m inspired by the level of excitement for Fanshawe Dow... Read more

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Fanshawe's Pharmacy Technician program awarded accreditation
Fanshawe’s Pharmacy Technician program has been granted full accreditation by the Canadian Council for Accreditation of Pharmacy Programs (CCAPP). The accreditation is in effect from Jan. 1, 2016 until Dec. 31, 2020. Accreditatio... Read more

Calls for investigations into funding for Fanshawe's new facility
The Canadian Council of Independent Laboratories is calling for an investigation into the federal funding of Fanshawe College’s new national product testing facility. The federal government has funded $8.1 million of the $16.2-million... Read more

Fanshawe present at Bill 132 announcement
Leah Marshall, sexual violence prevention advisor at Fanshawe College and Cathie Auger, vice president at Fanshawe College attended an announcement on Jan. 18 made by MPP London North Centre, Deb Matthews regarding Bill 132. The bill will address s... Read more

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New study abroad options available
The Lawrence Kinlin School of Business has made new exchange and articulation opportunities available to students. Ingrid Amezquita Montoya, the international student success advisor and exchange coordinator for the Lawrence Kinlin School ... Read more

Fanshawe graduate Kelley Armstrong speaks to students
Canadian author and Fanshawe grad Kelley Armstrong came to Fanshawe for a reading of some of her novels and to give advice and tips to aspiring writers. Armstrong came to Fanshawe in partnership with the Letters and Arts Society. She ... Read more

School of Tourism and Hospitality help make London Wine and Food Show unforgettable
Fanshawe College’s School of Tourism and Hospitality helped make the 11th edition of the London Wine and Food Show at the Western Fair District unforgettable. Fanshawe president Peter Devlin was one of the many spectators at the event. &ldquo... Read more

Opinion

Fork in the Road: Reality check needed
Logic is the science of reason and sound judgment, but does it still have a place in modern society? Now, this line of questioning may seem to some a bit extreme, but I’ve recently bore witness to two episodes involving social media that I... Read more

Reyno Ramblings: Everything wrong with The Cat in The Hat
Although it’s been a few years, I’m sure that most of us have read, or been read, Dr. Seuss’ The Cat in The Hat. If you need a quick recap here’s the break down. Two kids, aged about five or six, are left home alone. ... Read more

Rumours of Grace: How Charles Darwin and the Big Bang prove that God exists
If there is no God, would there be anything? Many physicists, biologists, philosophers and theologians are saying probably not. One of the people who is saying this is Antony Flew. Dr. Flew has taught at Oxford University and has been a prof... Read more

The political popularity problem
If Justin Trudeau squared off against Neil Peart in a federal election, it would probably be a close race. Trudeau has charisma and family history on his side, but can he play the drum solo from YYZ? He probably couldn’t even get through t... Read more

Lifestyles

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An Affinity for Smash Bros.
Affinity Play is organizing several upcoming Super Smash Bros. tournaments for competitive gamers to participate in. Affinity Play is a community organization specializing in the planning and execution of video game tournaments, with a foc... Read more

Gillian Flynn makes Satanism boring
Satanism and all other manners of Occult worship have piqued society’s interest for as long as it has been around. The fear that anyone, from your neighbour, your spouse or the kid down the road, could be sacrificing animals and committin... Read more

Remembering the greats and the music they left behind
It has been an incredibly dark winter for music. I’m not talking about the sorry state of the industry, slumping album sales, and the evil side of streaming websites or the fact that Justin Bieber is the second highest grossing artist rig... Read more

There's no place like home...
Brooklyn: a single word that, for an Irish immigrant in the ’50s, held so much promise. Two syllables that contain hope, fear, anticipation, longing and desire. For Eilis, it means America, and everything that comes with it. Leaving behin... Read more

Curses rocks Rum Runners
With a name like Curses, the Toronto-based rock band has been blessed with an awful lot of talent. In under a year, they’ve released a debut EP The Bridge and embarked on two tours, playing shows at both Canadian Music Week and Kitchener&... Read more

Bobbyisms: Toothgrinder's exciting new album Nocturnal Masquerade
I write about random things a lot. I write a lot about random things. No doubt you've heard before of the Dark Side of the Rainbow phenomenon, the supposed link between the 1939 film The Wizard of Oz and Pink Floyd's 1973 album Dark Sid... Read more

Turning your skin into insulin, with science
We are only a few weeks into the new year and the research world has already kicked themselves into high gear. Here’s what all those scientists have been keeping themselves busy with over the holidays. A cure on the horizon for diabe... Read more

Wreckord Reviews: The album that caused panic and killed disco
If I were to tell you that Panic! at the Disco just put out a new album, I’m sure many of you would laugh it off and say “that band died in 2008.” Well, to a certain degree this claim is true. Over five albums, Panic! has lost... Read more

David Bowie, the vampire
From mime to music, there wasn’t a medium of art that the late and great David Bowie could not master throughout his esteemed career and there was never a genre that he did not shy away from as an actor. We’ve all seen Bowie dan... Read more

Cardio workouts that won't leave you bored
Press quick start and go. Go until time is up or you’ve had enough. Does this sound like your usual cardio workout? Are you still using the same boring machine? Many people stop going to the gym all together because they forget how f... Read more

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The Hateful Eight brings back classic film style
NEW WESTMINSTER (CUP) – Today most movies are shown in digital projection. Although some movies are recorded on film, they are still shown in digital. There is a debate as to which format is better, with some people arguing that film has... Read more

The superior war game
Comparing Memoir ’44 and Risk NEW WESTMINISTER (CUP) – Ever played Risk? It’s one of the most popular board games out there, perhaps second only to Monopoly. It’s easy to understand its popularity: who doesn’... Read more

Competitive gaming can make you a millionaire
BRANTFORD (CUP) – With every new game release, connectivity is becoming increasingly common as a function of the game. While story mode is usually a solo adventure, to get the most out of the game, players often turn to playing multiplay... Read more

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Zodiac Stargazer Horoscope
Aries (March 21 - April 19) An important relationship rests at a turning point. What happens next is mainly in your hands. Choose wisely - the consequences of this moment will be yours forever. Taurus (April 20 - May 20) Emotio... Read more

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Films vs Football
Two of the biggest events of the year happen in February: the Super Bowl and the Academy Awards. Many people celebrate one or both awards, which do have some similarities. If they host a house party for either occasion, they decide which appetize... Read more

Sports

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Marner opens up about Canada's play in World Juniors
While team Canada traditionally has a reputation of emerging victorious at the World Junior Tournament, this year they fell short of that expectation. For the first time in 18 years, Canada did not make it past the quarterfinal round after bein... Read more

Fanshawe to host 2017 CCAA Men's Volleyball National Championships
After unanimous approval by the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA), Fanshawe Athletics has been approved to host the 2017 CCAA Men’s Volleyball National Championships. And out of the eight men’s teams who will be c... Read more

Motoring: Honda has faith in mid-sized sedan platform coupe
Coupes based on mid-size sedan platforms are a dying breed. Hence, there is no Toyota Solara or a Nissan Altima Coupe in new car showrooms anymore. Mitsubishi also abandoned their Eclipse model, and it has been a long time since Chevrolet last... Read more

Premier League Ponderings: Arsenal looks to end trophy drought
With 16 rounds left to play, the final half of the 2015–2016 Premier League season could be a definitive period of time for Arsenal Football Club. Written off at the beginning of the season due to a lack of transfer acquisition and not sh... Read more

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