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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.
Its time to go beyond the studio with host Amy Simon and Interrobang illustrator Ian Indiano! From musicians to circus performers, Ian talks about growing up in an artistic family and why he believes art still holds value in todays society. Get ready for a great insight into the creative world of art!
Russian attacks are continuing on Ukrainian soil; but thats not how Russians are seeing it. This week on the Interrobang podcast, host Amy Simon speaks with Russian international student Veronika Ignatova about Russian propaganda and the fake news circling her countrys view of the Ukraine invasion. Getting both sides of the story, Veronika also talks about her newfound financial troubles due to Russian sanctions and boycotts, as well as population scrutiny.
On this special episode of the Interrobang podcast, host Amy Simon is joined by Ukrainian Interrobang freelance reporter, Svitlana (Lana) Stryhun. As Russian attacks continue on Ukrainian soil, Lana gives us a deeper insight into the tragedies caused by the relentless bombing, told through the stories of her family and loved ones back home. We thank Lana for opening up on this episode of the Interrobang Podcast.
The Super Bowl is taking over Reporter Rants this week on the Interrobang podcast. Host Amy Simon catches up with Interrobang sports reporter Brad Kreamer to go over the highlights from this years game! From historical plays to halftime show questions, theres something in it for everyone.
Its time to pick up where we left off here on the Interrobang podcast. Host Amy Simon is joined once again with writer and sexual health educator Lydia Collins. With a focus on HIV prevention in African, Caribbean and Black communities, not to mention decolonial consent education, this episode is all about reflection. While in part one, the two talked about Lydias personal experiences and her published poetry books, part two focuses on the overall message Lydia wants to give to her audience: You cant put a condom on racism.
Host Amy Simon is back and joined by a very special guest to kick off Black History Month this week on the Interrobang podcast. Lydia Collins is a writer and sexual health educator with a focus on HIV prevention in African, Caribbean and Black communities, and decolonial consent education. Through Lydias personal stories and diving into her various self-published poetry books, she discusses the importance of consent and the power behind setting boundaries.