Heard in the Hall
What steps do you think Concordia could take to improve your education?
“Well, I mean, it’s not that big of a difference. Everything goes up, no matter what you do. I mean, even your tuition is gonna go up. Even if Pauline Marois took over, she is gonna have to somewhat or somewhere increase the tuition or increase taxes or whatever. So, it is the same thing for this one. The cost of life goes up.”
“I personally believe that there are a lot of things out there already. So, it’s really up to us to be aware of what there is. For example, in the library a few weeks ago, there was an orientation thing in the sociology program.”
“More classes! We rarely have classes on master’s subjects. Whatever we take, we have only theoretical knowledge. As we are master’s students, they don’t expect much of technical knowledge or programming language. So, I would like to have more labs to improve my programming skills in particular where a student is interested.”
“I think within studio arts, the separation of the studios is a little bit difficult. I’ll have classes where I’d want to work in the studio right after my class, but in ARTX classes— which are classes where you could work with different materials—we don’t actually have a studio where you could go right after class.
So, having a studio for ARTX classes is, I think, something that [Concordia] should invest in.”
“For now, because this is my first semester, I think Concordia is great. They have taken really good steps before the semester begins. So, I think that there’s not much that they can change. I think I’m really happy with what I’m doing now and how I’ve been helped through this semester.”
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