Candlelight Vigil Held Standing with U.S. Protests after Grand Jury Doesn’t Indict in Michael Brown Case
Hundreds gathered outside McGill for a candlelight vigil on Tuesday night, standing in solidarity with U.S. protesters who took to the streets following a grand jury’s decision not to indict a police officer for the death of Michael Brown.
This week, Playwright Hero will be putting on their original production of No One Like Hugh, described as “Shakespeare’s unwritten masterpiece.”
Universities should be places where students feel a sense of community and connectedness to their school.
Six Questions Will Appear on the By-Election Ballot
What students will be voting for during this week’s by-elections
Transgender Day of Remembrance Vigil Held at Norman Bethune Square
Holding candles and paper bags, people of all genders stood in a circle at Norman Bethune Square on Thursday at a vigil in remembrance of people who lost their lives to transphobic violence.
Where the international community has failed to hold Israel to account, it is up to civil society to lay the grounds for change by supporting and engaging in the worldwide campaign to Boycott, Divest and Sanction the State of Israel.
- A Guide to the November CSU By-elections
- Downsized but not Downtrodden
- Hundreds Express Opposition to Shipping Albertan Oil Eastward
- It’s Time for Alan Shepard and the Rest of Concordia to Stand Up
- A Tripper’s Guide to the Galaxy
- Vote YES to BDS
- Women's Hockey: Blanked by Blue and White
- Men's Hockey: A Much-Needed Victory
- You Must Train to Remain Insane
- No to BDS, Yes to Peacemaking Actions
- Yes to BDS, No to injustice
- Vote Yes to the CSU Housing Referendum Question