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Is OSAP trying to help me or not?
There were some tears when I first saw my funding estimate. After seeing the reactions from other students online, I considered myself lucky that most of my tuition will be covered. Read more

A harder program to operate than at first glance?
This in no way is meant to berate or minimize the impact shortfalls from OSAP (Ontario Student Assistance Program) have created for some students. Read more

Do we still need TV in an age of streaming
The age of cable/satellite TV seems to be no more due to the popularity of streaming websites such as YouTube and Netflix. Read more

God probably exists. So be happy.
There are a number of criticisms that people have against Christianity. You have probably come across some of them. Read more

I am scared to exist as my gender
I am always in defence mode because I will never know what someone's intentions are. Read more

From the Editor
Greetings, new and returning members of the Fanshawe community. Welcome to Interrobang's 2019 Orientation Issue. Read more

Not a term of endearment
Certain words, even when used casually with no ill intent, can still have destructive power. Read more

Can video games help relationships grow?
Video games can impact your relationships, whether it's your family, friends, significant others or even strangers. Read more

The atrophy of etiquette
The world might be a better, more respectful place if learning etiquette was more of a priority. Read more

From the Editor
As Interrobang's new editor, allow me to introduce myself as a Fanshawe alumna who is passionate for informative, community-building stories. Read more

Vices and virtues: Living in the wake of our parents' being
Understanding your parents, along with their vices and virtues may help you become a better person in the end. Read more

From the Editor
I'd also like to thank everyone who has read our paper this year, as well as over the last three years I've been on this team. Read more

Question: Is Jordan Peterson Worth Your Time?
Iíve written about him once before, University of Toronto professor of Clinical Psychology, Dr. Jordan Peterson. The controversy he sparked in 2016 earned him instant international attention and the biggest internet presence he could have wished for in his wildest dreams. Read more

From the Editor
Welcome back Fanshawe students, staff, faculty and community members to another week and issue of the Interrobang. Read more

The Bible: Here's one way to start
Sometimes people ask me for a copy of the Bible. That's not a problem. I've given away a fair share of them. Read more

Editorial: Inequality in sports is everywhere
I've never been bullied for being a competitive female athlete. Instead, my classmates and closest friends have taken aim at my sport. Read more

From the Editor
Welcome back Fanshawe students, staff, faculty and community members to another week and issue of the Interrobang. Read more

Why K-pop is becoming a global phenomenon
As many people may know by now, K-pop, also known as Korean Pop, has been around for quite some time. Read more

Some cooking timer wisdom: In praise of boring households
Watching Mr. Rogers and his latest documentary may be a good thing to do in reminding parents about the concept of providing a fun and meaningful life for their children. Read more

From the Editor
Welcome back Fanshawe students, staff, faculty and community members to another week and issue of the Interrobang. Read more

Video games may be ruining your relationship
Being in the room when your boyfriend or girlfriend has been playing a video game all day is a state you never want to see them in. Read more

A simple but powerful message of love
If you have never heard a priest, pastor, or minister of a church speak, you might wonder what kinds of things they say. Read more

From the Editor
Welcome back Fanshawe students, staff, faculty and community members to another week and issue of the Interrobang. Read more

Sex-ed curriculum is failing students
A recent Ottawa Citizen article details the Jan. 24 sentencing of an Ottawa man for engaging in incestual acts with his 17-year old daughter and for making child pornography. Read more

A conspiracy theory unmasked
At this time of each year Churches around the planet begin a time period called Lent. It starts about now and lasts 40 days. Read more

From the Editor
Welcome back Fanshawe students, staff, faculty and community members to another week and issue of the Interrobang. Read more

How churches can now be seen as too diverse
Some people say that they stay away from, or have distanced themselves from the Church, because it is not committed to the inclusion of a diversity of people. But I think that often it is exactly the opposite. Read more

Wake up! Amber Alerts save lives
Like most people in the late evening of Feb. 14, I was lying in bed. As I scrolled through my phone, suddenly something popped up on my screen which immediately panicked me: an Amber Alert. Read more

From the Editor
Welcome back Fanshawe students, staff, faculty and community members to another week and issue of the Interrobang. Read more

Why Article 13 will be negative for creative content
For the past year, there has been a lot of news focused on policy changes happening on online platforms. I mean, I for sure was probably not the only one who noticed a huge influx of emails from websites like Facebook, Discord, Google that happened in the summer of this year. Read more

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