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Interrobang issue for Monday, November 18th, 2013

Interrobang issue for Monday, November 18th, 2013

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The November 18th, 2013 issue of the Interrobang features these articles and more: Riding with the Fanshawe Five-O; New partnership to provide students more opportunities; New towers on tap for Out Back Shack; The truth about tanning; Giddy up, Oklahoma’s comin’ to town!; Dreaming of a
green Christmas; Lightning show off skills
on and off the court; Fanshawe soccer coach(es) of the year
The November 18th, 2013 issue of the Interrobang features these articles and more: Riding with the Fanshawe Five-O; New partnership to provide students more opportunities; New towers on tap for Out Back Shack; The truth about tanning; Giddy up, Oklahoma’s comin’ to town!; Dreaming of a
green Christmas; Lightning show off skills
on and off the court; Fanshawe soccer coach(es) of the year

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 Volume 46 Issue No. 13 November 18, 2013 www.fsu.ca/interrobang/ 
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FANSHAWE COLLEGE STUDENTS!
Show your Fanshawe College student ID prior to purchase. Limit of one (1) transaction per student per day. Cannot be combined with any other offer. Offer valid only at the Food Basics store located at 1299 Oxford Street East, London, Ontario. Metro Ontario Inc. reserves the right to amend or terminate this promotion without notice.
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NEWS
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 Volume 46 Issue No. 13 November 18, 2013 www.fsu.ca/interrobang/ 
First-year Tourism and Travelstudent Kelsey Andison has a lotof passions in her life. “I’m acollege student who loves to trav-el and experience life and seenew things,she said.“Cheerleading – it’s my passion.I want to do everything once.”1. Why are you here?
Fanshawe was my first step to see-ing the world.
2. What was your life-changingmoment?
Winning a national competitionwith my cheerleading team.
3. What music are you currentlylistening to?
Currently going through a Fall OutBoy phase.
4. What is the best piece of advice you’ve ever received?
Try everything once.
5. Who is your role model?
Blair Waldorf.
6. Where in the world have youtravelled?
Western Canada, Texas, Florida, North Carolina, Cuba and NewYork City.
7. What was your first job?
Ice cream scooper.
8. What would your last mealbe?
All-you-can-eat sushi.
9. What makes you uneasy?
Math.
10. What is your passion?
Cheerleading and travel.
 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...
Meat-free’s the way to be for Andison
 
CREDIT: SUBMITTED
Gimmie a K! Gimmie an E! Gimmie an L! Gimmie a S-E-Y! What does itspell? KELSEY!
CREDIT: JOHN SING
From left, Fanshawe Student Union President Adam Gourlay and FSU Vice-President Athletics Chris Lethbridgepresent the Community Cup to the captain of London Police Services hockey team after they defeated theFanshawe Falcons men’s team 6-4 at Stronach Arena November 12. Admission to the game was in support ofthe United Way.
 WHAT IS FANSHAWE’S  WIRELESS PASSWORD?
Drop by the Welcome Kiosk with your answer. Five winners will be selected from correct entries and
    
TheWelcome Kiosk (between the Bookstore and the Library) is open all year between 8am and 4pm, Monday to Friday
ENTERTOWINAFREECOFFEE
DONUT!
PRIZES SPONSORED BY CHARTWELLS
What are some ways that you save money duringtheholiday season? #frugalfalcon
Draw winner:
Shaylyn Jackson
Black Friday shopping!!
@aplaceyouwent
@fanshawesu #frugalfalcon By not spendingany money at all
Sara Haney
Thrift shopping
AmosStevens
Coupon saving
Logan Cameron
Buying carling instead of budlight
Matt Weingust
 Goingbackhome, its like an all inclusive vacation from here
Rebecca Masters
Ibake and give that as Christmas presents rather than buy people gifts
Rebecca Lajoie
 Live off KD and mr noodle
RachelCampolongo
starve
Dinesh Hariharan
Sharingshop
Kelsey Sales
onlybuythingsonsaleandusecoupons!!!!!
Faye Ghane
Re-gifting!!
Mallory Martin
Only buy presents for those that don’t yet understand I’m a broke college student....AKA my nieces and nephews!
Next Weeks Question:
What are you going to askSanta for this Christmas? Tweet using #fanshawesanta or respond to the Note onourFacebook page (facebook.com/fanshawesu).
You’ll be entered into a draw for a
$10gift card
to Oasis and The Out Back Shack.
 
MOVEMBER 
EVENTS
TICKETS AVAILABLE IN ADVANCE AT THE BIZ BOOTH
MON. NOV. 18THTUES. NOV. 19TH WED. NOV. 20THTHURS. NOV. 21STFRI. NOV. 22ND
MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL
NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS VS. CAROLINA PANTHERSOBS | 8 PM | 19+EVENTIDREQUIRED
 ALLAGESWITHVALIDFANSHAWEID
LIVE MUSIC NOONER 
SARAHCRIPPSFORWELLHALL|NOON
FANSHAWE @ YUK YUK’S
 WESTERNFAIR|8PM
$7 STUDENTS | $10 GUESTS
FANSHAWE @ THE KNIGHTS
7:30 PM GAME BUDWEISER GARDENS
LONDON VS. ERIE
$18 STUDENTS | $20 GUESTS
MOVEMBER BREAKFAST
OBS|7:30AM-10AM
NEW MUSIC NIGHT
PUNK ROCK SHOWCASE
 WASTED POTENTIAL THE NEW OUTCASTS & THE OFFENSIVE SENSESOBS | 9 PM | NO COVER
19+EVENTIDREQUIRED ALLAGESWITHVALIDFANSHAWEID
DEALORNODEAL
FORWELLHALL|NOON|FREESIGNUPONTHESPOT!
CHANCETOWIN$1000
POKERTOURNAMENT
FORWELLHALL|6:30PM$2ADVANCE|$3DOORS
UPTO$100INPRIZES
SEXTOYBINGO
OBS|9PM|NOCOVER
19+EVENTIDREQUIRED
 ALLAGESWITHVALIDFANSHAWEID
FIRSTRUNFILM
 ABOUTTIME
$4 STUDENTS | $6 GUESTS
 
NEWS
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 Volume 46 Issue No. 13 November 18, 2013 www.fsu.ca/interrobang/ 
Riding with the Fanshawe Five-O
ERIKA FAUST
INTERROBANG
CREDIT: STEPHANIE LAI
SpecialConstableBrentArseneaultcrouchesproudlynexttoacampus Security Services vehicle. Arseneault is a member of the team that works to keep Fanshawe students safe.
Foremergencies on campus, call ext. 4242or519-452-4242.Foradditional in-formationonCampusSecurityServices,gotowww.fanshawec.ca/security. NOTE:NEWSpage3It’s Halloween, and the spooks are out in full forceoncampus.It’s my glimpse into the night of an emergency responderatFanshawe.Mypartner for the evening, Special Constable Brent Arseneault, cuts an impressive figure. He standsat6ft. 4 in., and when I ask his weight, he  jokinglyreplies,“250 plus HST.” There are two sides to Special Constable Brent Arseneault. Brent is the friendly guy you seechatting and joking with people around Fanshawe.Spec.Const.Arseneault is a no-nonsenseofficer of the law who does not fuck around.Hecanturnonadime,andreadingasituationtodeterminewhichrolehemustplayisanimportantpartofbeing a good officer.Ishowupformyridealong around 10 p.m.,  justasBrentfinishessomepaperwork. Campus SecurityServicesseesanaverageofabout 10 callsanight,but a busy pub night can result in 30ormorecalls.We’re getting ready to go out to patrolwhenSecurity receives a call for a fight in progressinresidence. We dash to the car and peel out of the parking spot,lightsflashing and sirens wailing. We fishtailontheroad,slick with wet leaves. Despitebeinginahurry, Brent brakes for all stop signs,latertellingmetheyare“notstoptional.AsBrentandIarriveonthescene,wehearanotherspecialconstabletellsomeonenottotouchhimagain.Brent,whomomentsearlierhadbeenjokingaroundwithme,stormsuptotheindividualandgruffly intercedes. Spec. Const.Arseneaulthasarrived.Brenttellsmethekeytodiffusing these kinds ofsituationsistoseparateeveryoneinvolved,calmthemdown,andestablishcompliance.He’s seenminoreventsescalatefornoreasonatall,and“swiftactiondetersalotofit.Inseriousincidents,therespondingofficer willmakeanincidentreport,whichwillgoinastudent’s file. The student may receive a sanction bytheStudentCodeofConductco-ordinator. Studentscanalsobecharged criminally or provinciallybythespecialconstables. Provincial Offence Notices are most often handed out for breachesof the Trespass to Property Act or the Liquor Licence Act, which both result in tickets.Brentlikes to quote Dr. Phil: “You choose the behaviour, you choose the consequence.”Brentdidn’t always know that he wanted to beaspecialconstable. At 15, he was working atagrocery store as a service clerk, bagging groceries.“IsaidIwasgonna do it for six months andquit. I ended up being there for 10 years.” He moved all the way up to front end manager. One day, the store’s loss prevention officer asked for Brent’s assistance as she arrested someone for theft. Shortly after, Brent was hired part-time by the investigations company as he was studying Law and Security at Fanshawe.Intheyears since, he’s worked in the emergency room of St. Joseph’s Health Care, Regional Mental Health Care London and ParkwoodHospital. He has also completed training in emergency management, fire inspection and disaster recovery. “I’m kind of a goodbalance;whenIlookatthings, I’m not just looking at them from a legal perspective.” Next, we head to patrol Kestral Court. Cruising through the parking lot, we are stopped byaResident Advisor, who tells us about an underagestudentwhoisinebriatedandhaving troublebreathing.Whenwegettothestudent’s room, Brent mustascertainwhetherthestudenthasconsumed anythingbesidesalcohol. “There’s a concern aboutastudentwhodrinkssociallyorbecause they’redealingwithsomething.Afterasking hermultipletimesinafirmbutcaringwayif shewantstodie,Brentdeterminesthatsheisnotsuicidal,butsheisunderalotofpressurefrom school.Two students on the Student Emergency ResponseTeam show up to take the student’s vitals,andit’s time for us to go. Whilenotwocallsareeverexactlythesame,thereisapatterneverysemester. In September, Securityreceivesmore calls about alcohol managementasstudentsareoutontheirowfor their first time, testing their limits. October ismidterm month, which is when students are starting to fail classes, and romantic relationships may be starting to fall apart – a time of crisis, according to Brent. The closer it gets to Christmas, the more mental health issues and stress-related incidents are called in. The cycle repeats in January with a fresh intake of students.This year has seen an unusually high number ofmental health-related calls. While Brent isn’t sure why that is, he thinks that it might be because Security Services is doing a better job ofadvertising their services. “More people know Campus Security Service is here, and we’re here tohelp, and so they access those services more, based on our proactive approach.”Afterabrief stop at the Halloween Pub in Forwell Hall, it’s time to head back to the office tofilloutsome paperwork.Ashort time later, we get a call for someone having cardiac problems at the bus stop. It’s cold and raining, but the woman is sitting on the wet sidewalk, looking distressed. We show up with two students from the SERT team, who are very gentle and caring with her, helping her out of the rain and into one of the bus shelters as we wait for the ambulance to arrive.The Campus Security Services team is made upofdifferent parts working together: special constables like Brent are sworn peace officers designated with all policing authority on college property; blue-shirted contract security from Stinson provide additional services; Student Auxiliary volunteers assist the constables and contract security; and the Student Emergency Response Team deals with medical emergencies.Resident Advisors are also part of the team working to help keep Fanshawe students safe.“We are here to ensure that you have a safe learning environment. We make sure we do whatever we can to ensure that you graduate,” Brent says. “We have a great team, no doubt about it. Every role is vital, and every role is necessary. We can’t function as a team unless everyone participates.” Next, it’s back to the office to finish the paperwork from the fight in residence. “A good amount of the job is paperwork,” Brent tells me. A security officer can spend three hours completing paperwork for a five-minute incident.Brent’s favourite part of the job is seeing the impact he makes on people’s lives. He recalled hisfavourite case from a few years ago, when hedealt with a young man who was breaking the law on campus, entirely due to his mental health issues. Brent charged him criminally to ensure the issue would get forced to mental health court. “I’m charging you because I care,” heremembers telling the student.Amonth later, Brent caught up with the student in a coffee shop. He had pled guilty to the charges and was receiving help as an outpatient in a psychiatric facility. His life had completely turned around. The student told him, “God bless youforyour service and what you do, because if it wasn’t for you, I wouldn’t be successful. You helped me significantly.”“Those are the reasons I come to work,” Brent says. “It’s the ability to help people; it’s the ability to make a difference.”“Iwanttobeapproachable. I want people to beable to come to chat, to just say hi. I want them to understand that we’re here when they needus.It’s not all about giving tickets or going to court, it’s about doing the right thing,” he said.Brent lives by a personal philosophy that “Nobody cares how much you know until they know how much you care.” To him, this means being the best he can be. “IfIhave something I can do to help somebody, or if I give them something that’s going to better their experience here, then I’ll do whatever I can to make sure [that happens] … I dothis job because I care, first and foremost.”  NOTE:NEWSpae3
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