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Interrobang issue for Monday, February 29th, 2016

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Pipe burst in Junction leads to flood
On Feb. 15 a video circulated online of a minor flooding in Junction by Subway in D building. Though the water was quickly mopped up and the ceiling tiles fixed, the incident poses an interesting question: are the buildings at Fanshawe falling ... Read this article

Stylish Fanshawe grad's career is rad
Natalie Bradshaw and her business partner Darlene Davis just celebrated their one-year anniversary since opening the trendy vintage shop Filthy Rebena. Bradshaw didn’t become an entrepreneur overnight; it took many years of hustling,... Read this article

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Trudeau's 100 days in office
Feb. 12 marked the 100th day in office for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the Liberal government. The significance of the 100-day timeline is that it is believed that if a leader has done well in the beginning of their term, they will co... Read this article

Fanshawe Indian Club: Inception and beyond
“Leaving home to come to a foreign country to study and [to have to] handle school, work and house pressures all on your own is not easy,” said Rishabh Rai, founder of Fanshawe Indian Club (FIC). With the support of Fanshawe In... Read this article

Innovation and job creation in London through the CCPV
London has been called a perfect market for testing out new products and services. Along with its diverse demographics, the city is also located directly between Toronto and Detroit, which are both major markets. Dr. Ben Cecil, associate VP... Read this article

Spotlight: Fanshawe grad uses Aboriginal heritage as inspiration
Embracing the style of his heritage, artist Clayton Samuel King of the Beausoleil First Nation community said he discovered his talent as a boy playing in the forest in St. Catharines with his brothers. “I would go out into the forest... Read this article

Love hurts: Romance scams cost Canadians millions
In 2013 San Diego Chargers linebacker Manti Te’o announced that he was a victim of fraud. But the manner of said fraud was unique. Te’o had been catphished. Catphishing is when someone makes a fake online profile, usually on an... Read this article

One more reason you should start eating right
Poor diet is associated with major health problems, especially heart disease, type 2 diabetes, cancer, osteoporosis and hypertension. In 2013, the Fox Creek Times published a Canadian Community Health Survey estimate that more than one qua... Read this article


Reyno Ramblings: Shady jam and suspicious families
Usually I pick a Dr. Seuss book for my weekly critical analysis, but I thought I might give the old man a break. This week I set my sights on Robert Munsch’s collection of mayhem, Blackberry Subway Jam. This book was a big part of my c... Read this article

Wynne or lose
Giving medication to a small child can be tricky. When doctors prescribe a remedy they typically suggest a few methods for parents to employ when it comes to administering said remedy. Since using the threat of violence against a child has falle... Read this article

To door or not to door
Human life is a diverse and complex mystery, but there’s one thing that unifies nearly each and every one of us: doors. House doors, locked doors, trap doors, car doors, fake doors and occasionally, sentient doors that moan and croak w... Read this article

Rumours of Grace: Staying away from judgment
There are a lot of books about God. Chapters and Amazon have the newer ones ready for purchase and shipping. The Quran, one of the older ones, is available through the Muslim community. The Bhagavad Gita, another ancient revered text, comes from... Read this article


A child without a childhood
I know that I lived a sheltered childhood. My parents were home every night for dinner and were always there to help me with my homework if I needed it. My friends were as straight-laced as I was; we only ever got in trouble for giggling too m... Read this article

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Beauty Boy: Creating a photo-ready makeup look
Have you ever thought you did an excellent job at applying your makeup but after a few photos you can see the pictures tell a different story? There is definitely a difference when it comes to applying makeup for everyday wear and makeup ... Read this article

Dance with the Devil in the pale moonlight
Exiled from their town and shunned by their society, a small family tries to make a new life on a small farm in the middle of nowhere. Unfortunately, this is the 1630s in New England, and all the tales you’ve heard, of pacts with the Dev... Read this article

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Scientific Adventures: The age of cybernetics is upon us
This week we look into the next generation of real-life cybernetic research, while the international rocket scene is getting some high profile attention, thanks to Kim Jong-un. First non-invasive cybernetic implants helping humans walk ag... Read this article

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Social media and photography: How it's changed the way we snap
Photography is a favourite pastime that has changed over generations. We've gone from disposable cameras, to digital point and shoots, to social media apps like Instagram. However, some people decide to turn their photography passion into... Read this article

Curses, claws and the original cat woman
A woman walks down a street darkened by the cover of night. Her gait is confident at first, but she can’t help suspect that she may not be alone. Casting a glance behind her, she finds nobody is actually there. Her pace quickens, and sud... Read this article

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Kanye keeps it real with "The Life of Pablo"
After almost three years of work, countless collaborators, several last-minute name changes and a stir of controversy, Kanye West has finally released his seventh studio album, The Life of Pablo. The Life of Pablo showcases Kanye’s a... Read this article

An ode to the glitch: The underrated art form of the gaming world
NEW WESTMINISTER (CUP) – I watched them fall around me— my friends, all of them dead, and myself about to follow in a few short moments. In the last moment before the monster’s double-fisted strike crushed me to the hard, icy ... Read this article

Bobbyisms: Wintersleep and The Great Detachment
I write about random things a lot. I write a lot about random things. This week I’m excited about the return of Wintersleep, the Halifax- born group that stormed the charts and collective listeners’ consciences with indie-rock class... Read this article

Wreckord Reviews: Single's edition
Singles don’t often get the same amount of attention that albums do. Understandably, a three-minute song is considerably shorter than a full-length album, but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t break them down and appreciate them.... Read this article

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Zodiac Stargazer Horoscope
Aries (March 21 - April 19) Instead of thinking about expiration, move toward renewal. With mind turned inward and eyes downcast, you might run into someone. Short circuit your fighting reflex and apologize first. Taurus (April 20 -... Read this article


Badminton's Matt Plachta named OCAA Coach of the Year
Head coach of Fanshawe’s badminton team, Matt Plachta was named Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA)’s Coach of the Year after taking his team all the way to the OCAA West Regional Championships. “I was very surpr... Read this article

Motoring: Utility vehicle of the year?
Last week, at the Canadian International Auto Show (CIAS) in Toronto, the Automobile Journalist Association of Canada (AJAC) named the 2016 Mazda CX-3 as their Utility Vehicle of the Year. I did a list back in December 2015 naming the 15 b... Read this article

Knights secure playoff spot and second place
With a playoff spot under their belt and a second place position in their division, Knights’ head coach Dale Hunter reflected his confidence in his team, with playoffs just around the corner. “It feels good. We’ve got to t... Read this article

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