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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.
This week on the Interrobang podcast, host Hannah Theodore is joined by Maria Matheus, a second-year nursing student going for the crown in Miss World Canada 2021. The two chat about Matheus biggest inspirations, the relevance of pageants and how shes feeling as she heads into the finals.
The Interrobang Roundtable is back, back, back again! Hannah Theodore catches up with reporters Aisha Javaid and Savannah Bisaillon about the news of the week. From COVID vaccines to Britney Spears, this is one conversation you wont want to miss.
On this weeks episode of the Interrobang podcast, host Hannah Theodore chats with TITIKA Challenge finalist and fashion design student, Erica Batten. The two get candid about the difficulties of raising a child in todays political climate, and how Battens globally recognized design was inspired by her daughter.
Over the past year, nutritionist Karri Wilson has seen her student clientele increase exponentially. Host Hannah Theodore chats with Wilson about body anxiety coming out of quarantine, and how students can combat it.
The Interrobang Roundtable is back! Interrobang editor Hannah Theodore and reporter Aisha Javaid discuss some of Interrobang’s top stories of the week, from climate anxiety to vaccine hesitancy.
This week were talking climate change on the Interrobang Podcast. As temperatures soared in B.C. last week, and wild storms moved over southern Ontario, scientists are once again signalling the need to build climate resilient communities. Our guest, Professor Gordon McBean, has worked for decades to develop policies based on climate science. He chats with Hannah Theodore about the need for climate action now.