Student Union Pushes for Transparency
Concordia’s undergraduate student union is calling on the university to retract and publicize the findings of an internal review of a report on communications best practices for the asbestos industry.
Sonia Trudel Leaves After “Mutual Agreement”: Concordia
Three months after taking up the Chief Financial Officer post, Sonia Trudel has resigned, according to a Concordia news release dated Nov. 16.
Following Years of Renovations, Concordia University Bar Will Finally Re-open
After two years of anticipation, students will finally be able to sit down for a pint on campus.
Bienvenue à Montréal, ville bilingue
A look into a bilingual Montreal.
The CSU by-elections take place from Nov. 24 to 26. Here is a breakdown of the referendum questions that will appear on the ball
Here’s a breakdown of the questions that will appear on the CSU by-elections’ ballot from Nov. 24 to 26.
Student Association Will Pay Former Executive Damages for Sexual and Racial Harassment
The Centre for Research Action on Race Relations (CRARR) in Montreal, which acts as Mei-Ling’s representative, reached a settlement with ASFA following mediation.
Activists look back at the university’s past political struggles
Shattered glass from once sturdy-looking windows line the floor, riot police are everywhere, and 200 protesters scream of injustices in the Middle East.
By-election Polling Begins Nov. 24 and Ends Nov. 26
In the upcoming Concordia Student Union by-election, seven students are running for 11 vacant spots on council.
Concordia food co-op Frigo Vert is moving forward with their plans to relocate to a larger, more accessible space near the university’s downtown campus this spring.
One Charged Student Finds the Date “Really Problematic”
Despite resumed mediation, the first tribunal hearing for student-protesters involved in last semester’s strikes has been set for Dec. 2, according to Concordia University spokesperson Chris Mota.
Teaching Assistant Union Refuses Concordia’s Proposal Ahead of Meeting
A meeting scheduled for next Monday between Concordia University and the union representing its teaching assistants won’t happen unless the university makes a better offer for salaries, according to the union’s president.