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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.
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.
Editor Hannah Theodore is back to host an all-new episode of the Interrobang podcast. Hannah chats with OPSEU 110 president Darryl Bedford about the latest development in the ongoing colleges labour dispute. Hear their full conversation and catch up with all the latest news from Interrobang in this weeks podcast.
When the province announced its new approach to COVID-19 testing, Western University student Elliot Hegel worked with Carleton University computer science student Henry Morris to launch rapidreport.ca for people in Ontario to self-report Rapid Antigen Tests. Host Amy Simon talks to Elliot about everything from the inspiration for the website, to the public response from the data collected. All while encouraging students to go after their aspirations and desires now.
Reporter Rants is back to break in the new year! Host Amy Simon sits down with the first two guests of the show, reporters Kate Otterbein and Jess Gould. From comparing their lives to TikToks, becoming rappers, and reporting on a man with a pigs heart, this episode is as chaotic as it sounds. But one youre not going to want to miss.