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September 24th, 2012 issue of the Interrobang

September 24th, 2012 issue of the Interrobang

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The Sexual Awareness issue of the Interrobang features plenty of articles to spice up your sex life, while still keeping it safe. Plus a review of the latest Resident Evil film, a comparison of the top rookies in Major League Baseball, and a look at Fanshawe's mentorship program.
The Sexual Awareness issue of the Interrobang features plenty of articles to spice up your sex life, while still keeping it safe. Plus a review of the latest Resident Evil film, a comparison of the top rookies in Major League Baseball, and a look at Fanshawe's mentorship program.

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 Volume 45 Issue No. 5 September 24, 2012 www.fsu.ca/interrobang/ 
 YOYO’S
FANSHAWE
 
GRANDOPENING
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NEWS
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 Volume 45 Issue No. 5 September 24, 2012 www.fsu.ca/interrobang/ 
Jordan Ariss is in her secondyear of the Office Admin – Executive program at Fanshawe.“I live for curling,” she said.“I’ve been a part of a UniversityNational Championships, andhave won a College NationalChampionship. I love spendingtime with family and friends,and my boyfriend, Matt.”1. Why are you here?
To round off my post-secondaryeducation and hopefully get a job Ilove, preferably in the educationsystem.
2. What was your life-changingmoment?
Tough question! There have beenso many moments in my life that Icould mention here!
3. What music are you currentlylistening to?
 Nothing at the moment, besidesmy brother singing.
4. What is the best piece of advice you’ve ever received?
“Good things come to those whowork their asses off and never giveup.”
5. Who is your role model?
Sandra Schmirler - she passedaway in 1998, but was an amazingcurler.
6. Where in the world have youtravelled?
Florida, Bahamas, Dominican(best!), Montreal, Spearfish, SouthDakota (very, very cool).
7. What was your first job?
Burger King.
8. What would your last mealbe?
Thanksgiving dinner.
9. What makes you uneasy?
Heights.
10. What is your passion?
Curling and family.
 Do you want Fanshawe to know 10Things About You? Just head onover to fsu.ca/interrobang and click on the 10 Things I Know About You link at the top.
10 Things I Know About You...
Ariss curled her way to the top
CREDIT: SUBMITTED
Jordan Ariss is a curler at heart.
CREDIT: FSU STREET TEAM
Monster Truck headlined a concert in Forwell Hall on Friday, September 14 that attracted a large crowd.
 
IOS QUI Z 
H  A N I G H IH M A H HOMO O IND  A   UO?
Dop b he elome iosk ih ou anse. Fie innes ill be seleed om oe enies and ell noi innes b email.he elome iosk (beeen he Booksoe and he Liba) is open all ea beeen 8am and 4pm, Monda o Fida.
RIES SONSORED B CHRELLS
 
 
sweet tweets
of the week 
@FanshaweIT
Fanshawe’s School o InormationTechnology is now on twitter! /cc @FanshaweCollege
@Maniacup09
Stressing over the act that I’m notat anshawe and I really wanna belike wow that’s unreal. #iloveschool#didireallyjustsaythat?
@Emerginglondon
Hey @westernu and @FanshaweCol-lege students. Free Membershipto Emerging Leaders. Check it outhttp://www.emergingleaders.ca @western_usc @anshawesu
@ParkertheKyle
60 year old Marketing pro is ago hard hockey an #winning#anshawe
@ALEXANDRAAROSS
Nerd convention at unshawe. Iveseen way to many viking hats
@ellenjoellis
Greenday bumpin in the hallways#unshawe ?
@VPEntertainment
Hey @DJDoubleDown, Thanks orrocking so hard people hair ellof! Hope you had as much unwith #maytheroshbewithyou as#anshawe did!
@jessicacepp
DUB STEPPIN #unshawe
@julioalfonsosd
@Comedystuntshow you’re show at#anshawe #college was dope manhad me laughing the whole time....
@kearleymusic7
Fanshawe home to the coolestpeople ever
@nicolejolink
Shirt, notebook, pen, and silly putty?Thanks anshawe
@HarryConn
Comest dude at anshawe rightnow #rootssweats #bigolsweater
@katieeewatson
lecture halls at anshawe are nicerthan lauriers!!! #justsayin #anshawe
@kearleymusic7
Fanshawe home to the coolestpeople ever
@DianaBarkho
Justin Bieber was at anshawe onSaturday and he ordered pizza romdominos, we have his cell number>:) be jealous all you reak beliebers
 
SEPTEMBER EVENTS
SUN. SEPT.23RD
APPLE LAND FIELD TRIP THORNDALEFROM 1PM-7PM$5 STUDENTS | $8 GUESTS
TUES SEPT.25TH
 TUESDAY @ NOONCOMEDIAN PETE HOLMESFORWELL HALL | FREECONDOM CASINOFORWELL HALL | FREE8PM-11PM
WED. SEPT.26TH
SEX EXPERT:DR. ROBIN MILHAUSENFORWELL HALL | FREE @ 12PMFSU POKER NIGHTFORWELL HALL | 6:30PM-9PM$2 IN ADVANCE | $3 DOORSEX TOY BINGOOUT BACK SHACK 9PM-2AM | FREE
THURS. SEPT.27TH
FSU CLUBS DAYF HALLWAY10AM-2PM | FREEMUSIC NOONERSUNPARLOUR PLAYERSFORWELL HALL | FREE @ NOONPARTI GRAS PUBFORWELL HALL | 9:30PM$3 ADV | $4 DOOR
FRI. SEPT.28TH
FANSHAWE @ THE KNIGHTSBUDWEISER GARDENS$18 STUDENTS | $19 GUESTS@ 7:30PMNEW MUSIC NIGHTMOTION GROVEOUT BACK SHACK 9:30PM | FREE
SAT. SEPT.29TH
NUIT BLANCHE TORONTO, ON$15 STUDENTS | $17 GUESTSOPEN TO EVERYONE
 
 
TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE BIZ BOOTH
 
NEWS
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 Volume 45 Issue No. 5 September 24, 2012 www.fsu.ca/interrobang/ 
You bought a girl a few drinks atthe bar, you’re hitting on her, andshe’s ‘flirting’ back. She seems to be into you, and is getting prettydrunk, she agrees to go back toyour place with you. Is it okay tohave sex with her? Louise Pitre,executive director of the SexualAssault Centre in London (SACL)stressed that it is against the law tohave sex without consent: “If someone’s drunk, they can’t giveconsent, even if there’s a ‘yes’there.”Lois Wey, manager of Counselling and AccessibilityServices at Fanshawe, said thatmen especially need to be aware of this. “It’s very dangerous for young men to assume (yes) because he didn’t hear ‘no,’ or  because he pushed a little further and no one pushed him off … or that she ‘gave into him’ …Continually being aggressive and pushing yourself onto someone,it’s not consensual sex.”One in four women who begancollege or university thisSeptember will experience sexualviolence by the time they finishschool. The risk of sexual assault isfour times greater for women aged16 to 24. Why is sexual assault socommon among college-agedwomen?Pitre said, “The women are morevulnerable. They’re entering either university or college at a younger age, and there are a number of sit-uations that make them a bit morevulnerable.”Wey agreed that it’s the natureof these situations that makes itdangerous. “A lot of students arenew to London, and they’re new tocampus. This is a community of 15,000 students. Many of our stu-dents who come here come fromtowns that are smaller than that.They know the good guys, the badguys; they know the support sys-tems, where to walk and who tocall.”Here, everything is new, and thatcan sometimes create new dangers.Wey stressed that the beginning of the year is a high-risk time.“People have more money, thereare more parties at the beginning of the year, there’s less work, and people just aren’t really groundedyet as to where they fit in this newcommunity.”According to London police,there were 152 sexual assaults andaggravated sexual assaults thattook place in London in 2011.Over 60 of those victims were aged11 to 20, and 42 were between theages of 21 and 30. Pitre said it’salso important to recognize thatstatistically, only 10 per cent of these crimes are being reported.“Sexual violence is the crime thatis the least reported in our countryand in our province.”This has become a huge issue,and Wey stressed the importanceof reporting these incidences.“They need to make a report for their own well-being, get medicalattention if that’s needed, get infor-mation about their sexual health.And the other reality is that if thatstudent has assaulted someone oncampus, they’ll do it again, so ithelps to protect your peers.”According to SACL, sexual vio-lence can be defined as anythingfrom forced touching, kissing or fondling to forced participation insexual acts, manipulative sexualityand discrimination based on gen-der to sexual intimidation, threatsand fear.Approximately 80 per cent of sexual violence incidents are com-mitted by someone the victimknows. The problem is often thatwe don’t suspect it, suggestedWey. “We often think about the bad stranger, the weirdoes outthere. The challenge is that sexualassaults are most commonly done by someone the student knows … afriend of a friend, someone theyknow in class, someone that lookslovely.”Although often times there may be no warning signs involved, Pitresaid there are some things to look out for such as whether you’re in ahealthy or unhealthy relationship, being controlled, and beingrespected.You can also be cautious whenstarting a new relationship. “Don’t become too secluded, too intimatetoo soon with someone you don’treally know yet,” Wey said. “Takeit slower, get to know the person ina safe environment with other peo- ple, and do so with less booze anddrugs in your system. You’re goingto get a much better read, especial-ly with a sober mind.”What can you do to protect your-self?Lisa Andersen, a special consta- ble with Fanshawe Security, rec-ommended students take the RapeAggression Defence class offered by Fanshawe. “It’s a great class. Itteaches females how to prepare for those situations and to be a little bitmore alert of their surroundings …They do learn physical defencetechniques, such as how to get outof a chokehold or how to get out of  being pinned against a wall or theground.”Fanshawe also has a studentauxiliary team that provides freesafe walk escorts anywhere oncampus, 24/7. If an incident doesoccur, there are many servicesavailable in London and on cam- pus. At Fanshawe you can visitCounselling Services in F2010.You can call to make an appoint-ment in advance or, if it’s urgent,they do offer same-day appoint-ments in the mornings.For more information onWomen’s Safety Awareness atFanshawe, visit fanshawewsa.com.For more information about theSexual Assault Centre London,visit sacl.ca.
MELANIE ANDERSON
INTERROBANG
Sexual violence a scary reality
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Pamphlets handed out by the Sexual Assault Centre London tell studentswhat they need to know to stay safe.

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