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The Interrobang Podcast brings you interviews with members of the Fanshawe College community and beyond. Topics range from the latest news on the Fanshawe Student Union, to municipal politics and current events around the world. The podcast is hosted by reporters on the Interrobang news staff.
This week on the Interrobang podcast, host Hannah Theodore chats with the Executive Director of the Northern Tornadoes Project (NTP) David Sills, as they relive the derecho storm that touched down in London on May 21. Sills, along with his team at NTP, determined that two tornadoes also touched down that day, one not far from Fanshawe College. What led to this brief but wild bout of weather? And what can it tell us about the future?
Reporter Rants is back on the Interrobang podcast! Host Hannah Theodore catches up with Interrobang video reporter Kate Otterbein about what working in a real newsroom is like, whats on at Interrobang this week, and whats still to come.
On Saturday, May 14, Fanshawe College will host its first in-person event in over two years. So, this week on the Interrobang podcast, host Hannah Theodore is sitting down with Fanshawes Executive Director of Reputation and Brand Management, Dave Schwartz to give you all the details about what to expect at this weekends event. With over 2,000 visitors already registered to attend, its time to finally Explore Fanshawe.
The Interrobang podcast is back! May means the start of a new year at the Fanshawe Student Union (FSU). To celebrate, host Hannah Theodore catches up with the new FSU President, Ismail Aravai. The two chat about Aravais plans for the future, how he recently celebrated Eid, and more.
Thank you to all those who have been tuning into the Interrobang podcast. Like the saying goes, time flies when youre having fun. For host Amy Simons last week on the Interrobang podcast, she is joined by editor Hannah Theodore, illustrator and writer Ian Indiano, reporter Jess Gould, and sports reporter Brad Kraemer to reflect on this past year. From first impressions to final thank yous, its an episode thatll tug on your heartstrings.
As the Forest City Film Festival (FCFF) is calling for submissions, the annual Forest City 48 competition is gearing up to begin! Challenging teams to write, shoot, and edit a short film under a strict timeline, host Amy Simon is joined with FCFF Founder and Executive Director Dorothy Downs and Fanshawe Advanced Filmmaking professor Carson Haight to talk about this race against the clock. Listen in to find out more!