Former CSU President Wants to Bring Consent to the Forefront of Canadian Politics
With five years of experience in student politics, Melissa Kate Wheeler, 25, is ready to make the leap to federal politics, running for the Green Party of Canada in the riding of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce—Westmount.
Renovations for Downtown Hub Completed in July
After renovations lasting over a year, Cabot Square, featuring a new Aboriginal-run cafe, reopened in the Shaughnessy Village area of downtown Montreal last month.
Naomi Wolf on Vaginas and her Talk with Dr. Jim Pfaus at ConU
“It is a very big fucking deal,” said best-selling author and cultural critic Naomi Wolf of the brain-vagina connection…
The Will to Intervene Project Advocates Action, Not Reaction
Senator and retired Lieutenant-General Roméo Dallaire gave a talk at Concordia…
SCPASA Make Post-Chartwells Plans
Concordia is a diverse community and according to its students, it needs equally diverse food options.
“If you have a chair that’s not necessarily up to par, it can be very detrimental for the CSU,” said Nick Cuillerier, former chair of the Concordia Student Union and Chief Electoral Officer of the Arts and Science Federation of Associations.
Now that Pauline Marois’s Parti Québécois government is in power, the growing uneasiness about what will come of former Premier Jean Charest’s Plan Nord…