Interrobang issue for Monday, October 24th, 2005
Solve petty differences, then focus on global issues
International cooperation is the key to preventing economic, social and environmental tensions, according to former United States president Bill Clinton. “The future is too full of challenges which can only be met here in our neighbourhood, an... Read more
Career Corner: Need help writing your resume?
The internet is a great way to access advertised jobs in addition to traditional job search methods. Remember that you need to balance searching for advertised jobs with an active approach to networking in the hidden job market if you want to increas... Read more
Fanshawe Fashionista: Dirty little secrets
Behind every beautiful woman, and every handsome man, lie secrets that keep one looking, sounding and feeling fabulous. We all have them, little tricks of the trade that glorify and enhance what nature naturally gave us. The fashion industry is flo... Read more
Looking for God: an Ongoing Tale - Facing fasting obstacles is tough
“I brought a friend with me today,” Tamara begins. “Since it is Ramadan, a month of fasting for Muslims, I thought you might like to meet a Muslim friend of mine. Aadil, meet Mitch, the Christian chaplain I told you about. He'... Read more
An ode to technology, and other entertaining nonsense
For the second week in a row, I am going to lay off that Idiot President Dubya, the equally foolhardy PM Paul Martin, the loss of women's rights, and appointments to the Supreme Courts. Instead I'll just blow your mind with some really intere... Read more
After Jim and the dog collar, its amazing I still date!
Studded dog collars, coffee and cigarettes, and leather g-strings; my first date had it all. His name was Jim, and I met him in my favourite coffee shop. My friend and I were playing Scrabble, and he was sitting next to us. After suggesting a few ki... Read more
Vancouver natives hit the Spot with musical sex-ucation
The Wet Spots are sexy, hot, kinky, controversial, and most of the time they can be found in bed. Keep your head in the sexual gutter because The Wet Spots, a husband and wife duo who sex-ucate their audience through comedy and music, are coming to ... Read more
Album Review: New Static-X album leaves other attempts in the shadows
The fourth studio album from the electronic/technologically fused metal outfit Static-X arrived during the summer months and with it brought the harder edge back to the band that I thought was missing from their last CD, Shadow Zone. If you are a fa... Read more
On Campus: Students enjoying a night around campus
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The Science of death becomes a work of art
Skeletons, exposed organs and dead bodies are the type of gory attractions you'd expect to find in a Halloween horror house, but right now they are on display for all to see at the Ontario Science Centre.
Burton classics shine on Halloween movie nights
It's an overcast night, but a full moon is seen through breaks in the cloud. A light wind is stirring the dead leaves on the pavement, and a dead tree branch scrapes loudly against a darkened windowpane. Flickering candles light the jack-o-lante... Read more
The call is coming from inside the house...
Halloween is the night where all the spooks come out, the murderers fearlessly walk the streets and the undead navigate amongst the living. Anything can happen; anyone can meet an untimely demise on this, the scariest of scary evenings. But with a li... Read more
Razor blades and kidnappers: Halloween myths debunked
This week, I am here to talk about the second most favourite “holiday” (and my absolute favourite) in North America — Halloween. Halloween can also be called the Christian feast of Hallowmas, Allhallows, or All Saints day. Hallowee... Read more
Chef's Corner: How to be naked by dessert: the food guide to great sex
No doubt about it, romance is in the air! What better way to take advantage of this lust-filled season than to turn the lights down low and the oven up to high? Let's take full advantage of these days to stoke the embers and get love's fire b... Read more
Throw some money in the Hat and enjoy the party at the Shack
For almost a decade they have been rockin' the thongs off their fans in two countries, now Ruth's Hat are giving back to the Fanshawe community. On Friday October 28 Ruth's Hat, along with Staylefish and Flatlined, will be performing a b... Read more
Ms. Guidance: Boyfriend a secret Internet homosexual?
Dear Ms. Guidance, I have recently discovered that my boyfriend of three years has posted his picture and a profile on a free and public dating website. Under relationship status he checked single, in sexual orientation he listed bi-curious and in w... Read more
Mixtapeology part III: quit raggin' on my mixtape!
A war of musically historic proportions was recently fought, and undeniably won, on the consumer battlefield. The weapons: compression, kHz, dBs, signal to noise ratios, and quantization. The bloody and unquestionable outcome of this hi-fi versus lo-... Read more
Fun and Fitness: Proper gym etiquette is no sweat
In any given situation there are certain things you should do, and other things you should avoid at all costs. For example, if you want to avoid police trouble, you should use common sense, follow the laws, and avoid being a dink. The same guidelin... Read more
Sports Briefs: Men's volleyball team needs to dig deeper to win
Golf team preparing for CCAA's The Fanshawe men's golf team will compete in the Canadian Colleges Athletic Association tournament held at the Fox Glen Golf Club in Windsor, Ontario on October 19th — 22nd. The team will hope to improve... Read more
Fanshawe opens season with five set win against Mohawk
Despite a scare, the Fanshawe women's volleyball team clung on to a five set victory over the Mohawk Mountaineers. The Falcon's won in their first regular season game of the season by scores of 25-21, 25-20, (22-25), (24-26), and 15-10. Desp... Read more
NBA players will have to count on talent, not bling, to shine
Bling will be no more in professional basketball. The National Basketball Association (NBA) has announced plans to enforce a new dress code for its athletes. Coinciding with the leagues new “NBA CARES” Global Outreach program, the NBA wi... Read more
Elie and Costello a class act on the soccer field
Two players's stood out heads and shoulders over the competition this season, literally. Melissa Elie, and Emily Costello were the two most integral reasons why the Fanshawe women's soccer team enjoyed so much success this season. The team... Read more
Fanshawe Intermural Sports Standings as of Oct 24, 2005
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A minute with Matt
Matt Tindale is the Falcons star golfer. 1. Who are your athletic influences? Tiger Woods and my dad Mark Tindale. 2. What is your favorite golf club? 6 Iron
2005 Mazda RX8 SE is definitely worth another test drive
This is the 2005 Mazda RX8 Special Edition. So what is so special about this RX8? Well, apart from the black cherry paint and the light biscuit interior, it is the same as any other RX8. So why are we bothering to feature it again? Well, if you ha... Read more