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Interrobang issue for Monday, September 16th, 2013

Interrobang issue for Monday, September 16th, 2013

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The September 16th, 2013 issue of the Interrobang is our annual Sex Issue. Article include: Online dating dangers; a bra that fits; everything you need for a night of romance; breaking down BDSM and what happens to your body during pregnancy.
The September 16th, 2013 issue of the Interrobang is our annual Sex Issue. Article include: Online dating dangers; a bra that fits; everything you need for a night of romance; breaking down BDSM and what happens to your body during pregnancy.

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 Volume 46 Issue No. 4 September 16, 2013 www.fsu.ca/interrobang/ 
 
NEWS
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 Volume 46 Issue No. 4 September 16, 2013 www.fsu.ca/interrobang/ 
Karolina Kayy is in her firstyear of Fanshawe’s GraphicDesign program. “Karolina, pro-nounced Kare-Oh-Lean-AH!”she said. Her interests includetravel, design, photography,witty sayings, inspirationalquotes and “being a better per-son than the one you were yes-terday.”1. Why are you here?
To get an education.
2. What was your life-changingmoment?
When I was born, probably.
3. What music are you currentlylistening to?
Classic rock –always.
4. What is the best piece of advice you’ve ever received?
It’s cliché, but be yourself!
5. Who is your role model?
Don’t have one!
6. Where in the world have youtravelled?
I’ve been to Poland, Cuba, United States of America.
7. What was your first job?
Gymnastics coach.
8. What would your last mealbe?
Wow, I’m just going to say pota-toes and not give it too muchthought.
9. What makes you uneasy?
Anything to do with being high, soheights.
10. What is your passion?
Making the world a beautiful placethrough photography, design, artand kindness.
 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...
Don’t pronounce Karolina’s name wrong!
 
CREDIT: SUBMITTED
Karolina Kayy making the world a better place.
CREDIT: STEPHEN ECHAVIA
Richard Noun, Mike Mueller, Danya Nguyen, Gianfranco Marsicovetere, Jose Quezada enjoy a meal at the InternationalStudent BBQ, on September 5.
 WHERE IS THE DOCTOR’SOFFICE ON CAMPUS?
Drop by theWelcome Kiosk with your answer.Five winners will be selectedfrom correct entries and
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TheWelcome Kiosk (between theBookstore and the Library) is open allyear between 8am and 4pm,Monday to Friday
ENTERTOWINAFREECOFFEE
DONUT!
PRIZES SPONSORED BY CHARTWELLS
 
sweet tweets
of the week 
Inhonourof @interrobang_fsuSex issue,what would your pornnamebe?Your rstpet’s name + the streetyougrew up on =your porn name.#FalconSexy
Tweet Winner:
@samm_la-motte Bones Melrose #Falcon-Sexy #pornstarname@LoveLikeWhiskey
According to rst pets name & thestreet you grew up on, I am ShandyDawson #falconsexy pleasureI’m sure
@LondonCatLady
Cody Sleepy Hollow........... Well thatsoundsstupid#FalconSexy
@Steintime17
MyPorn name would be Sassy James,whowouldn’t want a piece of that#FalconSexy
@theMattGerman
Giggs Blake #falconsexy
@Yourincheck
Mine would be Mickey Lawson#falconsexy
@davewilliams369
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VIRGINMARY
@KenLeonowens
Radish Hole Randi @randeye15#falconsexy
Next Week’s Question:How would you use$1000to benet theFanshawe community?
Tweet your answer to@fanshawesu using#FalconAwesome
before
September 18
to be entered into a drawfor a
$10gift card toOasis/The Out Back Shack.
 
SEPTEMBEREVENTS
MON.SEPT. 16TH
Imaginus Poster SaleFORWELL HALL@10AM-6PMGirlsNight Out
MichelleShaughnessy , in the OBS
@8PM
TUES.SEPT.17TH
CONDOM CASINOFORWELL HALL  8 PMOver $400 in prizes.
WED. SEPT.18TH
HEATHER JARVIS
FORWELL HALL |
@NOONPOKER TOURNAMENT
THURS.SEPT.19THFRI.SEPT. 20TH
NEW MUSIC NIGHTOBS|9:30 PM
SAT. SEPT. 21ST
CANADA’S WONDERLAND$42STUDENTS | $48 GUESTS
Sign up in advance at the Biz Booth.
 TICKETS AVAILABLE IN ADVANCE AT THE BIZ BOOTH
FORWELL HALL | @ 6:30 PM
Price includes transportation.
Imaginus Poster SaleFORWELL HALL@10AM-6PMSEXTOY BINGO
OBS|@9PM
FIRSTRUN FILM THETLCSHOW
FORWELL HALL | @ NOON
 TONY LEE XXX HYPNOTIST
FORWELL HALL | @ 9 PM$8ADVANCE / $10 AT THE DOOR
FANSHAWE @ THE KNIGHTS
LONDONVS.PLYMOUTH
SACELECTION
NOMINATIONS CLOSE AT 4 PM
 
NEWS
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 Volume 46 Issue No. 4 September 16, 2013 www.fsu.ca/interrobang/ 
Get in the game with Project Play
On September 22, J Gym and SCBuilding are going to become awhole lot more playful.London-based Project Play, nowin its second year, is a celebrationof all things fun –board games;video games and card games tocosplay and anime; building blocksand pretty much everything in between.Greg Picken, who co-founded Project Play with Mathew Hoy,described the event as two thingsin one. “On the front end, it’s agreat opportunity to check out newways to play … On the back end,the whole event is built as afundraiser. Every dollar that weraise through Project Play goes back into the community in theform of gaming bundles that aredonated to local organizations.”The first Project Play in 2012featured tabletop tournaments,video game demos, vendors and the Sony game truck. “We’re bringing back a lot of what peopleloved from last year,” Picken said,mentioning a
League of Legends
tournament, board game tables and a cosplay contest. “This year we’relooking to make the event bigger and better.”Something Picken is especiallyexcited about is that Mega Blokshas come on board as a supporter of Project Play for this year. “I was joking with the gal from MegaBloks that one of my dreams in lifewould be to have a swimming poolfull of blocks to play with. Shethought that sounded like a greatidea, so they have hooked us up[with 300 pounds of Bloks]. We’regoing to have a couple of differentareas where people can play withthe blocks.”When the boxes of Bloks weredelivered to Picken’s office atTech Alliance, people started play-ing right away. “No matter whatage you are, who doesn’t love building blocks?”There will also be a buildingcompetition complete with prizes.“We encourage people to designand create their best creations athome with Mega Bloks, Lego,Tinker Toys –whatever you can build –and bring [them to ProjectPlay],” Picken said. Entries mustfit in a 12x12” square on a table.Last year, Project Play took over the Oasis and Alumni Lounge inSC Building. This year, it willinclude J Gym. “We’ve got morespace to work with, which is reallygoing to let us spread out and bringin more stuff,” Picken said. “We’reinviting a lot more vendors and artists and crafters to be part of theevent.” The expanded shoppingarea will hold quilters, jewellers,vintage game sellers and more. No matter what you’re into,Picken promises Project Play will be a lot of fun. “Whether it’s stuff you’ve played before, it’s some-thing you love, or it’s somethingyou want to try out for the firsttime, or you might not even knowthat you’re gonna love it until youget there and check it out we’vegot a variety of stuff, and I’m real-ly excited. It keeps growing.”Last year’s attendees keep com-ing forward to offer suggestionsand ideas. “[We hope] to keepgrowing and adding new stuff and ultimately, of course, supportingthe community. That’s what makesit really great,” Picken said.Last year, Project Play raisemore than $5,000 to purchase gam-ing bundles, which included board games, video games, big-screenTVs, consoles, controllers and more. The bundles were donated toMerrymount Family Support and Crisis Centre, the Women’s RuralResource Centre of Strathroy and Area and Women’s CommunityHouse.“The one thing we learned lastyear from talking to the organiza-tions that we supported is they doso many great things in the com-munity on such a limited budgetthat oftentimes the last thing thatthey have money to put into isentertainment or gaming,” Pickensaid. “It really created a great gapfor us to fill.”This year, Project Play is sup- porting three different local organ-izations. “We settled on communi-ty centres as a bit of a theme thisyear. We have N’AmerinFriendship Centre, Glen CairnCommunity Resource Centre, and the Northwest London ResourceCentre, which are all doing greatthings to support different commu-nities in London. They are certain-ly appreciative that we can helpthem out and provide them withsome cool new gaming resources.”Check out Project Play onSeptember 22 in the StudentCentre and J Gym from 10 a.m. to5 p.m. Tickets for Project Play are$10 for adults and free for children10 and under. For more informa-tion about Project Play and thecharities it supports, or to purchasetickets head to projectplay.ca.
ERIKA FAUST
INTERROBANG
CREDIT: ERIKA FAUST
Project Play 2012 saw more than 400 attendees get their game on with videogames, board games, demonstrations, a cosplay competition and more.
for Fanshawe Students
5
$
TICKETS
$ 10
Non - Students - projectplay.ca

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