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Interrobang issue for Monday, November 7th, 2016

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Remembrance made extra special this year
Remembrance Day is an important day for Canadians, but this year will be even more meaningful for Fanshawe student Mohamad (Moe) Hussein. Read this article

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Final stats for Project L.E.A.R.N.: Reunion and Homecoming
The final statistics have been revealed on Project L.E.A.R.N. for both the Reunion weekend and Homecoming weekend. Read this article

Screening of the doc Audrie & Daisy
Audrie & Daisy is an urgent, real-life drama that examines the ripple effects on families, friends, schools and communities when two underage young women find out their sexual assaults have been caught on camera. Read this article

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Fanshawe gaining more students and revenue, but at what cost?
With the new school year, Fanshawe has seen an ever-growing increase in student population. With this being said, there comes the question of how many students are too many students to have on campus? Read this article

Back to the future
Students in Fanshawe's fashion merchandising and marketing program are set to bring you to the future with their upcoming Galactic Gala fashion show on Nov. 17. Read this article

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NDP MP pushing for free birth control for Canadians
After successfully campaigning for the removal of a federal tax from feminine hygiene products, Irene Mathyssen, London-Fanshawe MP, is lobbying to make birth control free in Canada. Read this article

Forest City Film Festival showcasing 27 films with ties to Southwestern Ontario
The Forest City Film Festival, which is in its first year, showcases films connected to Southwestern Ontario. There will be 21 official selections in the competition. Read this article

Theatre Western hosts Twelve Angry Men
As one political story closes, another begins. Theatre Western's production of Twelve Angry Men is nearly ready for audiences, running from Nov. 16 to 19 at the Mustang Lounge. Read this article

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MTP program shifting gears with little notice to students
Students in the media theory and production program (MTP), a dual four-year program between Fanshawe and Western University were shocked to learn it will be revamped come 2018. Read this article


Rumours of Grace - Remembrance Day: A time for questions
For a number of years I helped lead Remembrance Day events at both Western and Fanshawe. But each time I felt my mind was divided and my conscience unclear. Read this article

Reyno Rants - Spoiler alert: Some of us haven't watched it yet
Few things in life are as universally despised as Donald Trump but something that comes close is people who spoil movies and television shows. Read this article

What Does Kerra Seay: If you're reading this, it's too late
By the time you're reading this, the U.S. presidential election will finally be over. I know it seems like we’ve been dealing with this circus of an election for like, 27 years, but really it's only been about two. Read this article


Home away from home: Challenges of studying out of the comfort zone
The importance of education cannot be over emphasized in either developing the mindset or in helping to achieve a greater goal in a community or country. Read this article

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Crime prevention tip of the week
Preventing crime is a team sport; everyone can and should be involved. Often it is as simple as picking up something that someone unknowingly dropped and returning it to them or standing up for someone who is being bullied. Read this article

Beauty Boy: Cosmetic dupes and don'ts
Every girl's (and some boys) dream is to have the most decked out, glamourous makeup collection but in reality, this stuff can be really expensive. Read this article

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Zodiac Stargazer Horoscope
You said that you'd never fall, but here you are on the ground looking up. Demand results instead of sympathy. You might not be getting any respect just yet, but soon you'll hear a ringing chorus of praise. Read this article

Fear For Thought: Spider Baby is a creepy, crawly classic
In the mood to watch something delightfully offbeat, twisted and depraved with just a hint of social commentary? Jack Hill's Spider Baby or, The Maddest Story Ever Told is the epitome of American horror/exploitation. Read this article

Jack Reacher: Never Go Back is slick, stylish and entertaining yet limited
Jack Reacher: Never Go Back is stylish and modern in a way that feels like it isn't trying to hard to conform too or establish a trendy aesthetic. Read this article

Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk
Fight Club really fights with your common sense but deals with it in a great way. No doubt, it is one of the least realistic books written in realism style. But in addition to this, it's still smart, wild and wide awake. Read this article

Wreckord Reviews: Sex, drugs and Lady Wood
Staying true to Tove Lo's grungy and vice-driven persona, Lady Wood focuses on all kinds of highs from drugs to love. Read this article

ABC: Adulting, Bank Accounts and Credit Cards
The older you get, the smaller your wallet, at least physically. Storing all your cash in the small folds of your wallet is no longer the most efficient idea. Read this article

Budgeting doesn't mean you have to be anti-social
No money, no problem; the Forest City has plenty of fun opportunities and activities available to the public for either extremely affordable pricing or better yet, absolutely free. Read this article

Ten ways to save money this school year
While those quick coffee or tea runs may seem cheap at the time, a month's worth of even one cup per day can total approximately $60. By the end of the school year that's almost $500. Read this article

Leave your money problems at home, we're here to help
Class registrations comes around the same time every year and yet, as students begin to take the time to carefully select their courses to sculpt a beautifully organized schedule, many are still blown away with the realization of just how much it is going to cost. Read this article


Men's baseball: First league national champions for Fanshawe in 35 years
Fanshawe's men's baseball was crowned the 2016 National Champions Oct. 29 when they defeated the St. Clair Saints 2-1, their first national gold medal in the program's three-year history. Read this article

Knights' Night: Victor Mete makes roster for Canada Russia Series
The London Knights (8-2) suffered a 4-3 overtime loss on a Oct. 28 contest against the Sault St. Marie Greyhounds (10-5); the Knights now sit third in the Midwest Division. Read this article

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Fanshawe players win individual awards
In addition to overall team success, Fanshawe Men and Women's players have won numerous individual awards as well with each one displaying their talent and having a tremendous season. Read this article

Motoring: General Motors day at CTMP
To showcase what's new in their showrooms for 2017, GM of Canada hosted an event to give the invited media an up close and personal look into their new offerings. Read this article

OCAA Standings
See where your Fanshawe Falcons sit among other OCAA teams in the standings. Read this article

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