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 Vol. 54 Issue No. 9 January 7, 2022 
 Vol. 54 Issue 9 
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FANSHAWE COLLEGE’S STUDENT VOICE

Weekly News Roundup

Our weekly look at top stories covered by Interrobang

Video News Roundup (January 13, 2022)

Reporter Kate Otterbein highlights some features from our latest issue. Stories like not believing in New Year’s resolutions, the Interrobang Sports awards for 2021, and a ranking of 2021’s best and worst TV shows are all featured in this week’s Video News Roundup.

Video News Roundup (January 6, 2022)

Reporter Kate Otterbein covers the top stories from the latest issue of the Interrobang. Fanshawe’s winter semester has been pushed back due to COVID-19, Western University president, Alan Shepard has taken a leave of absence, and there’s a big year ahead for musician and Fanshawe alum, King Cruff.

Video News Roundup (December 16, 2021)

Interrobang Reporter Kate Otterbein highlights some stories from the latest issue. A Fanshawe Alumni band wins a big nation-wide contest, Reporter Savannah Bisaillon compiles a Starbucks gift guide to help out your taste buds, and Reporter Dee-Dee Samuels has a Christmas Kindness Challenge this holiday season for everyone.

Video News Roundup (December 9, 2021)

Interrobang Editor Hannah Theodore recaps some of the stories you can find in the latest issue of Interrobang. Fanshawe donates to the Crouch Neighbourhood Resource Centre, Amy Simon explores why we love white Christmases, and Kate Otterbein offers up five tips for surviving the holiday season.

Video News Roundup (December 2, 2021)

Reporter Kate Otterbein recaps Interrobang’s top stories from our latest issue. Fanshawe’s Merlin House residence has a COVID outbreak, Fanshawe gets its first ever Esports Coordinator, a Fanshawe grad was named one of the faces in the I am London campaign, and MADD Canada has begun their Red Ribbon Project.

Video News Roundup (November 25, 2021)

Reporter Kate Otterbein recaps Interrobang’s top stories from our latest issue. The London Abused Women’s Centre chooses two Fanshawe students as honourees, Fanshawe’s Doula Studies program is hosting virtual community drop-in sessions, and a big amount of money is going towards studying abroad for students.