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Letter to the Editor: Age-restriction needed on marketing of e-cigarettes
The Canadian government legalized e-cigarettes in 2018 and since then there has been a significant rise in the consumption of these products. Read more

Lessons from the priesthood about jobs
Perhaps if every person regarded their work as a Catholic priest is taught to regard his work, our communities and the world would be more just, beautiful, and hopeful. Read more

Volunteering is underrated and you should do it
When I was in university, I took up some volunteering opportunities related to media and communications to gain some practical experience to supplement my studies.  Read more

From the Editor
Greetings, readers from the Fanshawe community and beyond. Welcome to Interrobang's annual Job Hunt issue. Read more

How can we cure a cursed world?
Is the world cursed? Fires are consuming great stretches of the Australian landscape. Read more

From the Editor
Greetings, readers from the Fanshawe community and beyond. Welcome to another issue of Interrobang. Read more

Ask a Prof: Dealing with procrastination, making new friends
Ask A Prof is a monthly column which answers student questions on any topic. The Prof answering is Jim Benedek, a professor in the School of IT's office administration programs. Read more

Unlearning my obsession with the scale
Opinion: A scale can help with measuring changes in weight, but frequent weigh-ins can lead to an obsession with the number alone and drive away focus from other measures of progress. Read more

How being healthy can help make 2020 a great year
Opinion: Taking care of yourself now will pay off for 2020 and years beyond. Read more

Getting close to God in 2020
Opinion: Make self-examination, and looking for God, a part of your New Year's resolutions. Read more

A little bit, every day, goes a long way
It's that time of year again, when people begin making up their resolution lists for the New Year. Read more

From the Editor
Greetings, readers from the Fanshawe community and beyond. Welcome to our first issue of 2020, a.k.a, the Get Active issue. Read more

Astrologers, shepherds and humble beginnings
Anyone who has spent time in the Roman Catholic Church, in a Greek Orthodox Church, in a Russian Orthodox Church, or in any branch of the Protestant Church will be familiar with the story of the birth of Jesus Christ. Read more

Lighten up: Life is an experience
Virginity is a social construct used as a means to control. What it's meant to control is dependent on the source of the pressure influencing you to keep it or not. Read more

From the Editor
Greetings, readers from the Fanshawe community and beyond. Welcome to the 2019 Holiday Issue of Interrobang. Read more

Coming to Canada: Acceptance in the face of nonacceptance
Anytime someone says something controversial to, about or around me I try to make it a point to let the remarks marinate before responding; emphasis on tryRead more

Canadians: We're not as nice as we think we are
One week ago, I was riding the bus to the college when I witnessed something I have personally never seen in all 27 years of my life. Read more

"In Flanders Fields", with notes from prof. David Bentley, scholar of Canadian poetry at Western University
At first glance In Flanders Fields may seem very simple and straightforward, but this is deceptive. Read more

Ask a Prof: Lessons in patience and confidence
Hey Prof, why does it always take a million steps to get anything administrative done? It's such a pain. Read more

Instagram: Where do we go from here?
In the era of likes and follows, it becomes increasingly difficult to be yourself online. Read more

Growing pains: Coming out in Indian society
Opinion: Ideally no one should come out as gay, but instead declare their orientation without fear of being seen as different from everyone else. Read more

Navigating through fragmentation
Integrity and wholeness that can help us get through times of fragmentation are grounded in one thing: the presence of God. Read more

From the Editor
Greetings, readers from the Fanshawe community and beyond. Welcome to a brand new issue of Interrobang. Read more

I must be dreaming: How I cope with dissociation
Imagine. You look in the mirror and you see yourself, you're looking into your eyes but at the same time, you’re just looking straight through. Read more

Editorial: Days since Western's last bigoted incident? Zero.
Last week a series of angry posts flooded social media, condemning an English professor's use of the N-word during a lecture on racial language. Read more

Is couponing worth it?
Coupons are used to get some sort of discount when purchasing items, and usually you would think that getting a discount is a good thing, right? Read more

The best financial advice isn't about money
Opinion: Building your character can bring financial well-being to your life. Read more

Opinion: Adopt, don't shop
Every year, animals are surrendered, abandoned and neglected - forced to stay in overcrowded and underfunded shelters. Read more

From the Editor
How financially aware are you? Is making fat stacks the main motivator behind your career goals, or are you among those who theorize there could more to life than raking in the dough? Read more

Desi gay men face stereotypes far too often
Everyone has a right to claim their true identity and be proud about it. In 2018, India gave this right to the gay community by decriminalizing homosexuality. Read more

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