Monday, November 2, 2009

The Unknown Culprits, Victor Swift, Drop Fees Coalition, Varsity Blues Womens' Lacrosse

October 29th, 2009
Guests on the Show:

1. The Unknown Culprits

To lead off the show members from the Toronto rock band The Unknown Culprits were in studio to perform live. The band originally hails from Kelowna, B.C. but the band is now a regular on the Toronto rock scene and recently played the Horseshoe Tavern. For upcoming show times and locations please check out their myspace page.

2. Victor Swift & Stages Open Mic Night

Next on the show Hart House Music Correspondent Q Chen sat down with Musician Victor Swift to talk about the Stages Open Mic Night, an opportunity for local artists to showcase their talents on the last Thursday of every month in the Arbor Room. Victor is an accomplished musician in his own right and we were lucky enough to have him perform live after the interview.

3. Adam Awad, Member of the Drop Fees for a Poverty Free Ontario Coalition

For our third interview Gavin spoke with Adam Awad, a member of the Drop Fees for a Poverty Free Ontario Coalition, about what's been going on around campus
leading up to their Province Wide Day of Action on November 5th. The Coalition hopes to get students to come out to Queen's Park to ask for more accessible
post-secondary education.

4. Todd Pepper, Coach of Varsity Blues Womens' Lacrosse Team

At the bottom of the hour Todd Pepper, coach of varsity blues women's' lacrosse team was in studio to talk with Darcy about the team’s recent victory over the Guelph gryphons which brought their record to an impressive 12-0.