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Interviews brought to you by the Interrobang staff
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.
Tom Davis, professor at the Donald J. Smith School of Building Technology at Fanshawe College discusses the environmental impacts of COVID-19.
Mary Pierce, the Dean of Business, Information Technology and Part-time Studies at Fanshawe College discusses the transition to online learning for faculty and students and how Fanshawe is leading the way in that tech and helping out other institutions. Pierce also touches on the potential long term impacts of innovations were seeing now.
Jordan Macdonald, a Fanshawe College alumnus and member of the band Texas King discusses the formation of his band with fellow Music Industry Arts alumni, how the current COVID-19 pandemic has affected the groups plans and some of the online shows he will be taking part in, like the one on April 9 at 3 p.m. on the Fanshawe Student Unions Instagram story.
FSU President Keren Nanneti discusses some of the initiatives that the Fanshawe Student Union are running during the campus closures as a result of COVID-19 and also what her daily life as a student is like during this time.
In this episode, Interrobang sits down with Katyayini Thakur to hear why she is running to be the next president of the Fanshawe Student Union (FSU). Hailing from India, the physician and current health systems management student aspires to one day open her own medical practice in Canada. But first, Thakur says she wants to make a difference on Fanshawes campus.
Blue Monday is supposedly the most depressing day of the year according to psychologist Dr. Cliff Arnall, who calculated the day using factors such as time since Christmas, weather and motivation. While the science behind the formula has been debunked, Blue Monday is used by travel agencies as a prompt to sell travellers on vacations, and more recently as an opportunity for advocates to raise awareness of mental health issues and seasonal blues.