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Interrobang issue for Monday, March 18th, 2013

Interrobang issue for Monday, March 18th, 2013

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The Monday, March 18th, 2013 edition of the Interrobang features an interview with 2013/14 FSU President Adam Gourlay, plus coverage of Fanshawe's indoor soccer teams and the London Knights, and a review of Oz The Great and Powerful
The Monday, March 18th, 2013 edition of the Interrobang features an interview with 2013/14 FSU President Adam Gourlay, plus coverage of Fanshawe's indoor soccer teams and the London Knights, and a review of Oz The Great and Powerful

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 Volume 45 Issue No. 24 March 18, 2013 www.fsu.ca/interrobang/ 
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NEWS
2
 Volume 45 Issue No. 24 March 18, 2013 www.fsu.ca/interrobang/ 
Kassidy Risi is in her first yearof Fanshawe’s Early ChildhoodEducation program. “I’m wildand crazy, lazy but a workoutfreak. Never shady! One of therealest bitches out there… I’mhonest, outgoing and a funtime,” she exclaimed with a hugegrin.1. Why are you here?
To meet new people and experi-ence new things.
2. What was your life-changingmoment?
Moving into residence and my par-ents left… Like, damn, I’m finallyalone now.
3. What music are you currentlylistening to?
Waka Flocka Flame, Gucci Mane,Drake, Nicki Minaj.
4. What is the best piece of advice you’ve ever received?
Treat others the way you want to be treated.
5. Who is your role model?
My mom. She’s beautiful, hard-working. And one tough bitch. Iwouldn’t mind being like her!
6. Where in the world have youtravelled?
Florida, Dominican and Cuba.
7. What was your first job?
Clifton Hills, Niagara Falls, icecream booth, hahaha!
8. What would your last mealbe?
Probably Subway, not going to lie.
9. What makes you uneasy?
Puke. When I see drunk people barf, I’ll barf.
10. What is your passion?
Hair. I’m amazing at styling hair!All my friends ask because I docool braids ’n stuff.
 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...
Risi is really real, for real
CREDIT: SUBMITTED
Kassidy Risi is wild, crazy, and a total freak in the gym.
CREDIT: FSU STREET TEAM
Olivia Borkosky performs during the March 8 edition of New Music Night in the Out Back Shack.
 
IOS QUI Z 
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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 
@interrobang_fsu
Looking or a summer job? Look nourther than your campus news-paper, #Fanshawe! We’re lookingor FT work study writers & graphicdesigners
@FanshaweNews
#Fanshawe ofcers participating too!MT @lpsmediaofce At Masonvilleon Apr 6 ofcers will have headsshaved in support o Cops4Cancer.
@jennawant
This guy “snooze”was calling meevery 10 minutes this morning.Desperate much?
@marshacornelius
I just replaced the can o air resh-ener in the ofce bathroom with anair horn. . . and now we wait.
@Canucklehead_ca
Oh dear. Ater a early rush, it appearssubmissions to @CaringBtL haveslowed considerably - have any great#LdnOnt shots?
@LTCBusPeople
First blog post on the *very*rudimentary LTC Bus People site -->FAQ #1: Who Runs Public Transit?http://ltcbuspeople.com/aq1-whorunspublictransit/ #ldnont
@frank_ocean
live like yo momma’s watching.
@FanshaweLibrary
askON is open today & we’re onlineright now! Chat with Library sta rom #Fanshawe & other Ontariocolleges http://ow.ly/izZuY
@gsl121
So many polite #Fanshawe studentsholding doors or me. I’ll call it#courtesy rather than respect orelders.
@stephkerrxo
Cannot wait until I’m in London ah-hhh #Fanshawe here I comeeeee
@torpedojay
so many god damn beautiul girlswalking around anshawe today, iliterally all in love 50xs a day
@geestanny
As my grannie would say, I’m a shinynew number today
@KaitlinBruley
 May just be the happiest kid rightnow. There’s still a chance. #hope#anshawe
@GaryJanetti
I’m bored. Let’s make some nobodyamous and then destroy them. 
 
MARCH
EVENTS
TUESDAY 03-19
COMEDY NOONER
ANDREW JOHNSTONAND MARK HEATH
NOON - FORWELL HALL
AN EVENINGWITH KAL PENN
7 pm - Alumni Hall (WesternUniversity)$20 STUDENTS | $25 GUESTS
WEDNESDAY 03-20
First Run Film:
THE INCREDIBLE BURTWONDERSTONE
Rainbow Cinemas (in Citi Plaza)Two Showtimes$3.50 STUDENTS | $5 GUESTS
Acoustic Open Mic Night
OBS - 9PM - FREE
THURSDAY 03-21
Live Music Nooner:
GREY KINGDOM
12 NOON - FORWELL HALL - FREE
FANSHAWE NIGHT AT YUK YUK’S
YUK YUK’S COMEDY CLUB - 19+$7 FOR STUDENTS/$10 FORGUESTS
CHAD BROWNLEEWITH SARAH SMITHAND HAYLEY
9:30 PM FORWELL HALL$12 ADVANCE |$15 GUESTS/DOOR
FRIDAY 03-22
NEW MUSIC NIGHT
BOOTLEG GLORY, ADVERTEYES ANDTHE ALLENS
OBS, 930PM DOORS, NO COVER
TICKETS AVAILABLE IN ADVANCE AT THE BIZ BOOTH
 
SENTE
 
IILLII
 
 
The candidates were neck andneck throughout the race, butAdam Gourlay inched ahead of Kendra Sauder to become the pres-ident of the Fanshawe StudentUnion for the 2013/14 school year.Gourlay said it feels fantastic towin. “It was an amazing campaign,and I was glad to hear we had alarge voter turnout.” He ran a cam- paign based on four pillars: com-munication, culture, advocacy andtransparency.He will be working with VicePresident Internal Ola Akinsara,VP External Matthew Stewart, VPFinance Jessica Brook, VPEntertainment Allie Neeb and VPAthletics and Residence Life ChrisLethbridge. Clayton Greene waselected the student representativefor the Board of Governors.“In the first week or two and dur-ing our workshop, I want to meetwith (the council), find out wheretheir talents lie, find out where their  passions are. Instead of going inwith a preconceived perception of what I want from them, I’ll talk tothem and make sure that they knowwhat they’re doing,” Gourlay said.“I feel like if they’re passionateabout the part of the Student Unionthey’re taking care of, then theywill do it more effectively and effi-ciently.”As president, Gourlay has threemajor goals for next year. “My firstgoal is to look at improving theclass rep system; making the com-munication from the base level of student and bringing that to the toplevel and make sure the studentvoice is heard in the college sochange can actually occur.”Secondly, he said, he wants to bring in healthier and higher quali-ty food options to campus, espe-cially for students with strictdietary requirements, such as celi-ac, gluten-free and halal diets. As anew vegetarian himself, “I have a passion for healthy eating,” he said.His third major goal is toimprove the effectiveness of theStudent Union’s awareness weeks.“Being part of the CanadianStudent Alliance (an advocacygroup), I’ve met student leadersacross Ontario and I hear abouttheir awareness weeks, and I wouldlike to use my contacts there to helpchange the culture here.” Gourlaystarted the Blue Monday mentalhealth campaign on campus thisyear, and he has plans to expand itfor next year, as mental health is amajor issue many college studentsare dealing with.Gourlay brings two years of FSUexecutive council experience withhim to the presidential position. Hewas Vice President Athletics andResidence Life in 2011/12 and iscurrently serving as VP External.This past year, he worked as theSouth-West Director of the CSA.The top skills he said he brings tothe position are strong communica-tion skills, the ability to roll withthe punches and honed leadershipabilities. “I’ve always been empa-thetic, always been able to putmyself in other people’s shoes,” headded, saying that that is another quality a strong leader possesses.When asked what he wanted to be remembered for, Gourlay saidhe wants to be remembered as theguy who did all he could and lis-tened to people. “I strongly believethat students know what they wantand if you let them take the reinssometimes, then it usually turns outwell.”
NEWS
3
 Volume 45 Issue No. 24 March 18, 2013 www.fsu.ca/interrobang/ 
ERIKA FAUST
INTERROBANG
Gourlay grabs presidential victory
CREDIT: MELANIE ANDERSON
Kendra Sauder (left), Jason King and Adam Gourlay at the Presidentialdebate on March 11.
Whether you’ve personally bat-tled cancer or you’ve helped afriend or family member fight thedisease, it’s something that hasaffected us all.Matthew Stewart’s life wastouched by cancer earlier this year.“One of my (volleyball) teammembers unfortunately lost hismom to cancer this year. It didn’t just affect him it affected our whole team.”As the Fanshawe StudentUnion’s Vice President of Athletics and Residence Life,Stewart has been hard at work organizing Fanshawe’s secondannual Relay For Life, an eventthat raises awareness and moneyfor the Canadian Cancer Society.“It’s also to give back to the peo- ple who have suffered from it or who have been directly affected byit,” added Stewart.Last year, more than 15,000teams across Canada raised $51million during Relay For Life. AtFanshawe alone, two teams raised$2,500.From 7 p.m. on March 23 until 7a.m. on March 24, Relay For Lifewill take over Forwell Hall.Participants will run on a track around the room, and each teammust have at least one person onthe track during each of the 12hours of the event. The event will begin with a few laps completed bycancer survivors. The track will belined with luminaries – paper bagson which people can write thename of someone they know who battled cancer.It will be an evening of fun, withgames, prizes and other activitiesthroughout the night, and a break-fast in the morning. There will also be an awareness information boothset up.One day after creating aFacebook event page in earlyMarch, over 450 people had beeninvited. Two teams had registeredonline and raised over $700.The goal is to raise $2,700 thisyear – $200 more than last year’sevents raised. “We’re well on our way to that already,” Stewart saidconfidently.There is a $10 entry fee per per-son, and Stewart said he is hoping10 to 15 people will sign up per team. There will be a table set upoutside the Oasis cafeteria in SC building to sign up to participate,to give a donation, or to purchase aluminary for $5.If you’re not able to participate,you can still help! Stewart and histeam will be collecting donationson campus in the days leading upto Relay For Life.For more information or to signup, head to the Fanshawe StudentUnion main office in SC2001,check out the Facebook event attinyurl.com/fan-Relay2013 or goto relayforlife.ca/fanshawe.
ERIKA FAUST
INTERROBANG
Relay to remember, celebrateand raise awareness
The votes are in . . .
Total ballots: 1755Full-time ballots: 1727Part-time ballots: 28
PresidentGOURLAY,Adam 665
Spoiled 108KING, Jason307SAUDER, Kendra 647
VP External & Academic AffairsSTEWART,MattYES1324
Spoiled 265NO138
VP FinanceBROOK,Jessica1002
Spoiled 236NAZAR,Aziza 489
VP Internal AffairsAKINSARA, OlaYES1238
Spoiled 266NO223
VP EntertainmentNEEB,Allie945
Spoiled 204SINGH,Prabhjot578
VP Athletics & Residence LifeLETHBRIDGE,Chris1108
Spoiled 283REHMAN,Asif336
Board of GovernorsGREENE , Clayton 861
Spoiled 284Sturm , Gabrielle 610
www.fsu.ca
MARCH 14, 2013

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