FEUQ-led Protest Draws Thousands
Music, horns and chanting filled Montreal’s downtown core today as over a thousand took to the streets to protest Premier Philippe Couillard’s austerity measures.
Montreal Vigil Remembers Executed Egyptians by ISIL
Approximately 50 people gathered on Wednesday night to commemorate the lives of the 21 Egyptian victims of Islamic State in Iraq and Levant (ISIL) at McGill University Wednesday night.
He’s Not a Monster, He’s an Artist
“We are afraid of monsters because they are ugly.”
So goes one of Ariel Pink’s most lucid tweets. Of course, any sense of austerity is immediately blown off by a silly GIF, sitting directly under the statement, a quick clip of a lo-fi monster, awkwardly flailing about.
Students to Vote on Renovation Costs and the Future of CUSAcorp
The highly anticipated reopening of Concordia’s student bar could take place this fall if Concordia students vote to approve a multimillion-dollar budget for renovations.
Five-Year Veteran Kaylah Barrett Plays Final Home Game in a Stingers Uniform
The Concordia Stingers could not overcome the McGill Martlets’ physical play in five-year veteran Kaylah Barrett’s final home game, losing 65-53 and giving them a 6-9 record on the season.
The Stingers Edge Out the Redmen in their Final Home Game of the Season
Trailing by four heading into the fourth quarter, the Concordia Stingers rallied to beat their longtime rival, the McGill Redmen, 69-61 on Saturday afternoon, clinching their ticket to the postseason.
- Protests No Longer Postpone Marc Garneau’s Talk
- Housing Fair Discusses Resisting Gentrification
- Changes Coming for ASFA
- Cuts to Health Services: Necessity or Ideology?
- A Guide to MDMA Harm Reduction
- Unwittingly Becoming an Agent of Gentrification