A Goodbye to Legendary Montreal Canadien Jean Beliveau
In sports, fans and analysts always evaluate a player based on stats on the ice. The legendary Jean Beliveau will be remembered for what he did off the ice as much as what he did on it.
Controversial Ballot Finally Tallied
Referendum results indicated only 7 per cent of Concordia students voted in the by-elections, with the YES ballot succeeding by only a 209-vote margin.
Joseph Antaki fell into movies and television by chance. After completing a bachelor’s in commerce and finance at Concordia University in 1983, he started working for IBM and an accounting firm. However, he soon realized he wasn’t suited for this type of lifestyle. Something was missing—his love for film.
Activists Take a Stance Against Police Brutality and Racial Profiling
Approximately 300 people gathered in Phillips Square to protest police brutality and racial profiling in the wake of recent events in Ferguson, Missouri on Saturday night.
It’s a Long Way to the Top if You Wanna Rock N’ Roll, but AC/DC Decided to Rock Rather Than Bust After Six Years of Hiatus Since Their Last Release.
For the past thirty years, our governments, in collusion with the business sector, have been trying to sell us a bill of goods about how their coffers are empty, how they must cut down the size of the state and how they cannot afford the cost of our public services anymore.
- Santa’s Shamanic Origins
- The Fires That Bind: Neoliberal Parallels From Ferguson to Montreal
- Concordia’s Latest Greenwashing Half-Measure
- Tough Test for Stingers Hockey
- Men's Basketball: Late Fouls Cut Stingers Comeback Short
- Women's Hockey: Another Win, Another Shutout