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Interrobang issue for November 7th, 2011

Interrobang issue for November 7th, 2011

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The latest issue of the Interrobang features a look at the Occupy London movement, Fanshawe Falcons athletics coverage, and several Rememberance Day themed articles.
The latest issue of the Interrobang features a look at the Occupy London movement, Fanshawe Falcons athletics coverage, and several Rememberance Day themed articles.

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 Volume 44 Issue No. 11 November 7, 2011 www.fsu.ca/interrobang/ 
Get involved with Global Vision 3
A soldier shares his story 11
Paying tribute to Pink Floyd 15
 
NEWS
2
 Volume 44 Issue No. 11 November 7, 2011 www.fsu.ca/interrobang/ 
Chalynne Courchene is in herfirst year of General Arts &Science. “I come from NorthernOntario, I have six sisters, this ismy first time living in a city. I’mexcited to go to Fanshawe thisyear,” she said.
1. Why are you here?
To obtain my diploma in GeneralArts.
2. What was your life-changingmoment?
When my auntie died unexpected-ly. I have to prove to her what I can be for her.
3. What music are you currentlylistening to?
“Rain Over Me” by Pitbull.
4. What is the best piece of advice you’ve ever received?
Life goes on!
5. Who is your role model?
Sidney Crosby.
6. Where in the world have youtravelled?
Manitoba and Ontario.
7. What was your first job?
Beautification worker.
8. What would your last mealbe?
Burger and fries.
9. What makes you uneasy?
My drama.
10. What is your passion?
To finish school and get a good job to build my own house.
 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...
Courchene’s uneasy drama
CREDIT: SUBMITTED
Chalynne Courchene loves some burger and fries.
CREDIT: FSU STREET TEAM
Kirstie Paul (centre) was awarded $50 cash for winning the sexiest costume title at the FSU's HalloweenCostume Party on October 27 in Forwell Hall.
QUESTION OF THE WEEK
 WHAT’S YOUR FAVOURITEKIND OFMOUSTACHE?
Matthew Levesque
“The Fu Manchu - I think it’s the funniest-lookingmoustache I’ve ever seen!”
Scott Thomas
“The ‘Evil French Twist’, justbecause it’s evil. A lot ofguys can’t grow it, but I’mgoing to try for Movember.”
Ariana Pinder
“The curly one - I just think it’s awesome! It takes a lot ofconfidence to wear one likethat.”
Mike Crawford
“The classic Tom Selleck. It’smanly.”
 Justin White
“The biker ‘stache. It’sprobably the least ‘normal’of them all - it stands out likea sore thumb. My brotherused to have one.”
NOVEMBER
EVENTS
TUESDAY 11-08
FREE Comedy Nooner:Arthur Simeon
Forwell Hall – 12PM
FREE Social Justice FilmScreening: If I Should Fall
D1060 Lecture Theatre – 8PM
WEDNESDAY 11-09
FSU Poker Night
Forwell Hall – 6:30PM$2 ADVANCE
FREE Sex Toy Bingo
OBS – 9PM
First Run Film:A Very Harold & Kumar3D- Christmas-
Rainbow Cinemas (in Citi Plaza)$3.50 STUDENTS | $5 GUESTS
$3 3D SURCHARGE PAYABLE AT THE BOX OFFICE
 2 Show Times
THURDAY 11-10
FREE Music Nooner:Carole Allison
Forwell Hall – 12PM
ISLAND VIBE PUB
OBS – 9:30PM$3 ADV | $4 DOOR
FRIDAY 11-11
FREE New Music Night
Featuring: The Coppertonewith Monster Truck andHunters & Anglers
OBS – 9:30PM
TICKETS AVAILABLE IN ADVANCE AT THE BIZ BOOTH
 
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HEE  A N OU BU GEHOUND BUS IES ON  A MUS
Dop b he elome iosk ih ou anse. Fie innes ill be seleed om oe enies and ell noi innes b email. 
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RIES SONSOREDB CHRELLS
 
 
NEWS
3
 Volume 44 Issue No. 11 November 7, 2011 www.fsu.ca/interrobang/ 
In this year’s provincial andfederal elections, low youth voter turnout proved to be a continuing problem in Canada, showing thatmany Canadian youth remain dis-engaged from the political process. Global Vision is anational organization that isworking to change this.Founded in 1991 by TerryClifford, Global Vision is a not-for-profit organization thatengages enterprising youngCanadians through education andhands-on experience. To date,over 25,000 Canadian youth have been trained through their vari-ous programs, including trade,investment and development mis-sions to over 30 countries.As a part of Global Vision’sRiding Ambassador program,they are holding an informationsession on November 15 from 6to 9 p.m. in King’s UniversityCollege’s Wemple StudentLounge. At the event, ProgramCoordinator Samantha Fox will be providing an overview of the program and a couple of gradu-ates of the program will discusstheir August trip to Indonesia andMalaysia. Members of GlobalVision also attended the Asia-Pacific Economic CooperationEconomic Leaders’ Meeting on November 6, including aUniversity of Western Ontariostudent who will share storiesfrom the meeting.Fox said the event will alsofeature a speech by Clifford, andwill help inform youth who areconsidering joining. “(The event)will be an open forum to see if they want to be involved, whatquestions they have for us, whatwe can do for them, that kind of thing.”The program’s overarchinggoal is to increase youth politicalactivism and youth engagementwithin communities. Accordingto Fox, what makes this programso exciting is that youth in eachriding can pick and choose whatinitiatives they want to do.For example, Fox said that inLondon they’re looking at havinga women’s leadership afternoon,which has been endorsed byLondon North Centre MP SusanTruppe, and will likely be attend-ed by London North Centre MPPDeb Matthews.Currently, there are alreadyestablished Riding Ambassadorsin London, but they are in need of volunteers to assist them. Thesevolunteers will then have the potential to be a RidingAmbassador the following year, join other Global Vision pro-grams and will be invited to boththe regional and national confer-ences in Toronto and Ottawa,respectively.“We’re all volunteers andwe’re all youth, so it’s not thegovernment saying, ‘Go out andget involved in your community.’It’s youth working together anddoing whatever they want to do… Whatever your interests are,we can do something that fitsthat, so that’s really exciting,”said Fox.Youth who want to join must be between the ages of 15 and 25,and don’t need to be students. For more information about GlobalVision, visit globalvision.ca, andcheck their Facebook event pageat tinyurl.com/globalvision.Samantha Fox can be contactedat sfox.jtc@gmail.com for moreinformation or to answer anyquestions.
Get involved with Global Vision
KIRSTEN ROSENKRANTZ
INTERROBANG
CREDIT: WESTERN NEWS
Samantha Fox, a Program Coordinator for Global Vision, is encouraging young people to get involved, get activeand get out and vote.
With their upcoming workshopsassisting students with everythingfrom cover letters to the interview process, Fanshawe’s Career Services departmnet is arming stu-dents with the skills they need tofind great jobs.“Students can utilize some of thetips and information to assist withtheir job search, create an appro- priate resume and cover letter andstand out from the crowd of other  people who are going to be apply-ing for jobs,” explained LiskaMartindale-Dubrule, StudentServices Specialist at Career Services, who is organizing andfacilitating the workshops.The first workshop takes placeon November 10 at 2 p.m. It willfocus on the importance of creat-ing professional-looking resumesand cover letters that are tailoredfor each job you apply to.On November 17 at 10 a.m., theinterview skills workshop will take place. Martindale-Dubrule willstress the importance of research-ing each company you’re applyingto, how to prepare for an interviewand she will also review the typesof questions that are typicallyasked.The next workshop takes placeat 2 p.m. on November 24. Thisworkshop will focus on using theInternet in your job search and willexplain how Career Services canhelp on your job hunt, how to usethe Career Services job postingwebsite and other useful informa-tion about using other job searchwebsites.The workshops will be heldagain in December: on December 1, the resumes and cover lettersworkshop will be held at 10 a.m.;the interview skills workshop will be held on December 6 at 2 p.m.;and the Internet job search work-shop will be held on December 8 at2 p.m.For more information, check your MyFanshawe portal. Seatingin each workshop is limited, sosign up as soon as possible inCareer Services in D1063 or bycalling 519-452-4294 to find thelocations of each workshop.If you’re unable to attend theworkshops, Martindale-Dubrulesaid she would be more than happyto conduct one-on-one workshopswith interested students – just headto D1060 to chat with her.Don’t forget to join the Career Services Facebook page attinyurl.com/fanshawecareerservices.
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INTERROBANG
 
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