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Interrobang issue for November 21st, 2011

Interrobang issue for November 21st, 2011

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This issue of the Interrobang looks at up-and-coming rapper, singer, songwriter and producer, Haviah Mighty (a Fanshawe College MIA student). Also features a review of The Immortals and coverage of Fanshawe Falcons athletics.
This issue of the Interrobang looks at up-and-coming rapper, singer, songwriter and producer, Haviah Mighty (a Fanshawe College MIA student). Also features a review of The Immortals and coverage of Fanshawe Falcons athletics.

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 Volume 44 Issue No. 13 November 21 2011 www.fsu.ca/interrobang/ 
Need help starting a new business 3
How the Mighty is rising 11
London Bodybuilding championships 21
 
NEWS
2
 Volume 44 Issue No. 13 November 21, 2011 www.fsu.ca/interrobang/ 
Tania DaSilva is in her secondyear of Radio Broadcasting. “Iam the type of person who willsay anything when I want to sayit,” she said. “I’m probably oneof the most outgoing peopleyou’ll ever get to know and Ihave a great positive attitude for just about everything!”1. Why are you here?
I attend Fanshawe to prove tomyself I can succeed in life!
2. What was your life-changingmoment?
When I used to walk by CFRL andrealized that should be me in there,I switched programs and I’venever been happier!
3. What music are you currentlylistening to?
“We Found Love” by Rihanna.
4. What is the best piece of advice you’ve ever received?
The shadows of life are caused bystanding in our own sunshine.
5. Who is your role model?
My sister! She’s always here for me, and the only person I know Ican count on!
6. Where in the world have youtravelled?
Quebec City, New York City andPortugal.
7. What was your first job?
Fairweather at White Oaks Mall.
8. What would your last mealbe?
Definitely sushi!
9. What makes you uneasy?
Blood!! Just seeing it makes mequeasy.
10. What is your passion?
Radio. Radio. And more RADIO!!
 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...
DaSilva loves the radio
CREDIT: SUBMITTED
Tania DaSilva found her passion in a booth.
CREDIT: FSU STREET TEAM
The Island Vibes Pub on Thursday, November 10 attracted a good crowd at the Out Back Shack, leis and all.
 
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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. 
Th Wlom io i on8am  4m, Monda to ida.
RIES SONSORED B CHRELLS
 
 
NOVEMBER
EVENTS
MONDAY 11-21
FREE Rob Dyer
 FOUNDER OF SK8 4 CANCER
OBS – 8PM
TUESDAY 11-22
FREE Comedy Nooner:
Ryan Oldham and Matt Henry
Forwell Hall – 12PM
WEDNESDAY 11-23
FREE Trivia Night
OBS – 8PM
First Run Film:
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn
Rainbow Cinemas (in Citi Plaza)$3.50 STUDENTS | $5 GUESTS2 Show Times
THURDAY 11-24
Fitness 101 StrengthChallenge
Fitness 101 – 8AM – 8PM$5
FOR FITNESS 101 MEMBERS
$5+DAY PASS
PURCHASE FOR NON-MEMBERS
Moustache and Mini-SkirtsMovember Party
OBS – 9:30PM$3 ADV | $4 DOOR
ATTEND AND RECEIVE A BALLOT TO WINA BIG SCREEN TV. THERE WILL ALSO BE AMAN RAFFLE. SPONSORED BY BUDWEISERCANADA.
FRIDAY 11-25
Fitness 101 StrengthChallenge
Fitness 101 – 8AM – 6PM$5
FOR FITNESS 101 MEMBERS
$5+DAY PASS
PURCHASE FOR NON-MEMBERS
Fanshawe @ The Knights
KNIGHTS VS. COLTS
 John Labatt Centre – 7:30PM$17 STUDENTS | $18 GUESTS
FREE New Music Night
MicLordz and Sauce Funky
OBS – 9:30PM
TICKETS AVAILABLE IN ADVANCE AT THE BIZ BOOTH
QUESTION OF THE WEEK
 WHATDO YOUTHINKOF THEPOTENTIALBY-LAWTHAT WOULDPROHIBITSMOKINGONCAMPUS?
Kathleen Holtby
“I’d like it. I don’t likestanding outside when thereare people smoking. Also, alot of people who serve foodon campus go outside a lotto smoke, and I don’t agreewith that.”
Bryon Umbenhower
“It would be good for thehealth of other students tomake people smoke furtheraway from doors. But theby-law might be too strict if itmakes people go completelyoff campus to smoke - itwould be like high school allover again.”
Kevin Pistchik 
“It wouldn’t really affect me.I guess it would be a goodthing for non-smokers.
Ian Doherty
“More people should take upchew, haha.”
 
NEWS
3
 Volume 44 Issue No. 13 November 21, 2011 www.fsu.ca/interrobang/ 
A new service is coming tocampus, and it’s aimed at stu-dents with an idea for a business – anything from a jewellery com- pany to a hotel to a constructionfirm and beyond.Biz Inc. was launched earlier this year at the University of Western Ontario, and now it’sfinally coming to Fanshawe.After David Belford, Dean of Fanshawe’s Lawrence KinlinSchool of Business, met with theGeneral Manager of the SmallBusiness Centre and the man whoran Biz Inc. at Western lastDecember, he saw what a boon itwould be for Fanshawe studentswith an entrepreneurial spirit.“We were just talking together about how we can build studentand youth entrepreneurship inLondon … It just seemed like agreat idea to help the studentswho want to start businesses to be able to access services and become more aware of how tostart a business in London,”Belford said.He approached FanshaweCollege management and somemembers of the FanshaweStudent Union with the idea, andit was very well received. Thecollege and the Student Unionhave partnered together to bringthis service to students.Fanshawe’s Biz Inc. is official-ly launching with the Start-Me-Up Mixer on November 22 at 5 p.m. in the Alumni Lounge in theStudent Centre building. Comefor light snacks, refreshmentsand a chance to speak withDaniel Ninclaus, a professor inthe LKSB and the StudentAdvisor for the Biz Inc. program. Ninclaus holds a Master’sdegree in Business. He has been a professor at Fanshawe for a year and has 35 years of experience in business, which is why he was brought on as the StudentAdvisor. Prior to being a profes-sor, he worked with the BusinessDevelopment Bank of Canada,which operates under the primarymandate to help small and medi-um sized businesses be created or expanded in Canada. He hasstarted a number of his own small businesses and said he wouldhave appreciated something likeBiz Inc. when he was putting the businesses together. “I wouldhave saved a lot of money frommaking mistakes, a lot of frustra-tion, and I’d have a lot more hair on the top of my head,” he joked.“It’s what you don’t know that bites you in the butt,” he contin-ued. “The more you know, thefewer surprises you come upagainst and the more money staysin your company.”The whole purpose of the serv-ice is to help students make their  business idea a reality, from fig-uring out what’s best for their  business – whether it’s gettingtheir product to market, selling a patent, opening a brick-and-mor-tar shop or selling things online – to navigating the many compli-cated aspects of starting and run-ning a business – from taxation tohiring employees to product cost-ing and much more – and Ninclaus can be there every stepof the way. “You don’t do it all inone shot because it’s a little over-whelming, but as their projectunfolds, we’ll be able to coachthem and help them,” he said.“The idea is to guide themthrough the process (of starting a business) and steer them in theright direction,” he continued.“We are an institution of higher learning. Business also requiresgoing to the school of hardknocks. We’re here really to helpour students avoid some of thehard knocks.”Both Belford and Ninclaus seeBiz Inc. as a great way studentscan help bolster the local econo-my, as well as influence the big-ger picture. “As a country, we’vecome on difficult economictimes. The government is provid-ing assistance to try to get people back, either back to work or re-orientated in work and so on,”said Ninclaus. “What we’re hop-ing is that our students will beable to not only employ them-selves and contribute to the tax base but also employ others whomay be looking for work.”“We may have the next BillGates here!” he added.For more information aboutBiz Inc., check out the mixer on November 22. The Biz Inc. officeis located in the Student Unionoffice in SC2001. Get in touchwith Ninclaus to set up a time tochat about your business idea bysending him an email at biz-inc@fanshawec.ca. For moreinformation visit bizinc.ca or twitter.com/BizIncLondon.
Mind your own business with somehelp from a new service on campus
ERIKA FAUST
INTERROBANG
The London Health SciencesCentre and London TransplantGift of Life Association hope toraise awareness about organdonation and transplantation. Thegroup hosted a cardiac transplantawareness event at WindermereManor earlier this month withdoctors and transplant receiversas guest speakers.Jane Tucker, President of theLondon Transplant Gift of LifeAssociation, organized the eventto raise awareness among the public. She also hoped to attractthe attention of students and businesses that would be willingand able to provide future sup- port in fundraising and awarenesscampaigns.While the audience was rela-tively small, the message wasimportant: London needs better transplant facilities. Doctors andcardiac transplant recipientstalked about the importance of organ donation and cardiacdevices such as the Impella andHeartMate.Cardiac devices like theImpella are little pumps that helpthe heart increase blood flow andcontinue to pump blood through-out the body, helping to preventmultiple organ failure. Thesedevices are considered standardcare for patients at the final stageof organ failure while waiting for a heart transplant.The London CardiacTransplant program is looking toexpand their cardiac device pro-gram in order to save the lives of those on the heart transplantwaiting list. Currently, LHSC isthe only program in Canada with-out all the available devices. The program only has access to onetype of cardiac device: theImpella.Terry Elliott was theUniversity Campus CardiacTransplant program’s firstImpella recipient. Elliott’s heartcondition worsened over the peri-od of 10 years. He was consid-ered for a heart transplant, butwhen the organ wasn’t immedi-ately available, he received a car-diac device within a week of  being admitted to the hospital.Elliott quickly received a donor heart after using the cardiacdevice for only five days.Elliott recalled his emotionalstory. “The stronger you can be(going into the transplant), theshorter the duration of recoverywill be.”He also talked about the diffi-culties the donor family wentthrough, and he sent a thank-youout to all the families who sup- port organ donations and trans- plants.Patients and their familiesaren’t the only people emotional-ly impacted by transplants.Doctors like Dr. Bob Kiaii andMac Quantz also shared their  personal experiences with patients, the device, and cardiactransplants. Each doctor brieflyexplained the importance of donating and how many of thedevices work to save lives.Kiaii explained that he wasinfluenced to work in the field of cardiac transplants after his ownfather underwent a heart trans- plant procedure. Kiaii said thatknowing that he can help othersis the reason he goes to work with a smile, despite all thestress.Tucker encouraged students toget involved in raising awarenesson the importance of organ dona-tion by becoming an organ dona-tor, starting donation campaignsat school or simply by educatingthemselves.For more information on organdonation and cardiac devicesemailcardiacdevice@hotmail.com or visit beadonor.ca.
London’s cardiactransplant program seeksadditional support
BROOKE FOSTER
INTERROBANG
CREDIT: CXVASCULAR.COM
The Impella device is the only cardiac device that London HealthSciences Centre has access to.
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