Adam Kovac

  • Fixing the Cracks

    Canada Needs to Work to Mend Ties With Its Native Population

    What is a Canadian?

    No, seriously. Take a minute to think about that.

  • Nah’msayin?

    Ode to a Pants-Free World

    If I seem a bit angry in this Nah’msayin, you’ll have to forgive me. I was wearing pants when I wrote it.

  • The Bare Minimum

    Voting on Minimum Agreement a Bad Idea

    Sometimes a fail is a blessing in disguise.

  • An Education in Parenting

    Strikes, Hikes and Students With Children

    Not too far away from the annual ode to public drunkenness that is Montreal’s St. Patrick’s Day parade, a very different kind of procession was going on. Green novelty hats and “Kiss Me, I’m Irish” t-shirts were replaced with red felt patches and signs denouncing tuition hikes as the Association pour une solidarité syndicale étudiante…

  • Vindicated Candidates

    CSU Reinstates Laforest, Gallardo for CSU Election

    Two heads, as they say, are better than one.

  • Nah’msayin?

    The Mean, Green, Brain-Destroying Machine

    Ok, St Paddy’s day. It’s cool, and all.

  • Elections Spring a Leak

    Purported Transcripts Mark Strange Turn in CSU DQs

    For the second year in a row, disqualifications have marred the Concordia Student Union general elections, but this year, they were just the beginning of the controversy.

  • We’re Going Striking

    Strike Mandate Passes at General Assembly

    An overwhelming majority of attendees who showed up to Thursday’s Concordia Student Union General Assembly voted for a one-week strike, starting March 15.

  • CSU Presidential Hopeful Disqualified

    Schubert Laforest and One VP Not Registered Students

    Two members of the A Better Concordia slate, including presidential candidate Schubert Laforest, have been disqualified from the 2012 Concordia Student Union general election.

  • Strike Three

    Vote for One Week Strike Passed at CSU General Assembly

    An overwhelming majority of attendees who showed up to today’s Concordia Student Union General Assembly have voted for a one week strike starting March 15.

  • Candid Candidates

    It’s that time of year again. Campaigning has begun for the Concordia Student Union’s general election.

  • Laforest vs. Hotchkiss for Student Union President

    Candidates Announced for General Election

    What if they threw an election and nobody came?

  • Extending a Good Thing

    SDBI & VIA Fill CSU Gap for Women’s Month

    This year, the annual Concordia Women’s Week has been extended to a full month, but that lengthening didn’t come without some growing pains.

  • Turf Wars

    Young Liberals Accused of Deceitful Online Pro-Hike Tactics

    It is what it is—unless it’s something else as well.

  • Jewish Guilt vs. Catholic Guilt

    I’m really sorry about this. I’m just going to get that out of the way.

  • Thousands March Against Tuition

    Tuition Protests Shut Down Jacques Cartier

    An estimated 10,000 students marched through Montreal’s downtown on Feb. 23, culminating in one group stopping traffic on the Jacques-Cartier Bridge, in what was the latest in a series of protests against impending tuition increases.

  • A Boost From Beauvoir

    Women’s Studies Institute Opposes Tuition Increases

    Students opposed to tuition increases will get support from at least one corner of Concordia, as the Simone de Beauvoir Institute announced this week that they will support a planned general strike.

  • Lookin’ at the Levies

    Frigo Vert & 2110 Approved for Ballot

    Two student groups got permission to ask students for their cents at the Concordia Student Union Council meeting Feb. 8, as Le Frigo Vert and the 2110 Centre for Gender Advocacy were approved to appear on the March general election ballot.

  • Survey Says ...

    CSU to Poll Students on Student Space

    Student space may be one of the final frontiers for this year’s Concordia Student Union executive, who are currently finalizing a survey to find out what exactly Concordia students want.

  • Heard in the Town Hall

    General Strike Options Analyzed at Impromptu Event

    Concordia’s Hall Building lived up to its namesake on Wednesday, as it was host to the first town hall meeting to educate students on the fight against the impending tuition hikes.