Volume 44 Issue No. 15 December 5, 2011 www.fsu.ca/interrobang/
Jess Toso is in her first year of Radio Broadcasting. “I am out-going and fun and will always bedown for a laugh and a goodtime,” said Toso. “I believe in liv-ing each day like it was your lastand am thankful every day forthe amazing people I have in mylife!”
1. Why are you here?
Because radio is awesome!
2. What was your life-changingmoment?
When I decided to come toFanshawe. I was attending another school and about to finish my pro-gram when I realized I wasn’thappy. I decided last minute toattend Fanshawe and since then Ihaven’t looked back. It’s an amaz-ing program and everyone rocks!
3. What music are you currentlylistening to?
“The Lazy Song” by Bruno Mars.
4. What is the best piece of advice you’ve ever received?
Don’t eat that chicken, its gone bad! ... saved me a few times froma sick stomach.
5. Who is your role model?
My mother, she is one of thestrongest, beautiful people I know.She has supported my brother andI for our whole lives with a smileand is always there when we needher. I could never tell her enoughhow much I love and appreciateher.
6. Where in the world have youtravelled?
Various places in Canada, Chicagoand Florida BABY! I would loveto travel and see more of the world.
7. What was your first job?
Camp Counselor! Woop woop!
8. What would your last mealbe?
Sushi! I absolutely love it... kind of obsessed.
9. What makes you uneasy?
Sharks and spiders! I know it’sslightly irrational, but they arefreaky!
10. What is your passion?
I love to perform and entertain people. If I can make someonelaugh, it’s a good day.
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Jess Toso avoids chicken when possible.
CREDIT: KIRSTEN ROSENKRANTZ
A drenched but happy Veronica Barahona, FSU President, posed with members of Fanshawe’s cross countryteam when Rick Hansen’s 25th Anniversary Relay Team stopped by the college at the end of November.Barahona trekked out in the rain with some of Fanshawe’s finest runners, wearing a commemorative medal thatwill make its way across Canada. The relay began on August 24 in Cape Spear, Newfoundland and Labrador andwill complete its journey in Vancouver, British Columbia on May 22, 2012. “I’m happy that this is an experiencethat Fanshawe can be a part of,” Barahona said proudly.
QUESTION OF THE WEEK
WHAT’S YOURFAVOURITEHOLIDAY TRADITION?
“Our imaginary Christmastree - it’s not really a tree, justbranches in a bucket that wedecorate.”
“I love opening a gift onChristmas Eve.”
“It would definitely begoing out in the snow tomake snow angels, fortsand snowmen. Also beer-bogganing.”
“For me, it would have to bewhen my mom makes stickybuns.”
“Decorating the Christmastree - it can get pretty silly.For Winter Solstice, we alsowassail the tree by spittingapple cider at it, which isn’tquite how they traditionallydid it, haha.”
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