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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.
llhan Aden speaks with Loren Carriere, a professor in Fanshawes fashion design program and director of collaborative student film Unbound Revival. Exploring over-consumption in the fashion industry, Unbound Revival was awarded for Best Student Film at the 2020 Canadian International Fashion Film Festival (CANIFF). The film is available to stream at caniff.com. Click on ‘watch awards ceremony’ and scroll through to timestamp 25:28.
How has COVID-19 changed the world for students? What kind of a world will they graduate into? In this weeks Interrobang podcast, reporter Ilhan Aden sits down with Interrobang sports and news reporter Skylar McCarthy to discuss what the future may hold.
What kind of a world do we live in? Whats going to happen next? Can naked celebrities save democracy? Find out the answers to these burning questions and more in the latest podcast with Interrobangs Ilhan Aden and The Gazettes Sarah Wallace. Want to share your postsecondary pandemic story with our Fanshawe/Western hosts? Shoot them a message on Twitter via interrobang_fsu or @sarahkwallace7.
In this weeks podcast, Interrobangs multimedia reporter Ilhan Aden checks in with Leah Marshall, Fanshawes Sexual Violence Prevention Advisor. The two discuss how Marshalls job has been impacted by COVID-19, and why sexual violence remains an important issue to highlight across Canadas colleges and universities.
Ilhan Aden (multimedia reporter for Interrobang) and Sarah Wallace (culture editor of the Gazette) are students from Fanshawe College and Western University who just want to have a good conversation with a fellow human being between virtual classes. Listen to them discuss all things from Westerns response to student partying to coping with caution fatigue, and more, in Interrobangs first podcast episode of the fall 2020 term.
When Western University alumna Vanessa Patterson saw an Instagram account call out racism in Harvard Law, and then another one doing the same for Queen’s University Business School, she realized the issue of racism on campus applied to her own alma mater. She created the account @UWOMinorityStory to give students past and present an opportunity to tell their own stories of being visible minorities at Western. Interrobang editor Angela McInnes spoke to Vanessa about the submissions that have come in so far, as well as her own experiences while attending the London, Ontario university.