Emily Campbell

  • Reimagining Waste

    Montreal Bio Fuel Plant Develops Game-Changing Waste Management Technology

    Engineers at Montreal-based Terragon Inc. want to change the way the world views its trash—to consider it rather, as fuel.

  • Dishonourable Discharge

    Canadian Army Ad Campaign Enforces Gender Stereotypes

    As I was travelling home by metro this week, I was greeted by a new advertising campaign directly targeting my gender.

  • Why I’m Stepping Down as CUTV Chair

    I’m Emily Campbell, I study broadcast journalism and political science at Concordia University and I am the chair of the board of directors of Community University Television in Montreal.

  • “A New Chapter”

    CLASSE Rallies Following Summer Tour

    They may have lost their iconic frontman last week, but CLASSE is ready to kickstart a new chapter in the student movement.

  • ConU Cancer Breakthrough

    Naturally Occurring Acid Kills Cancer, Prolongs Life

    It seemed like a miracle when Concordia’s Biology department published their discoveries on the effects of lithocholic acid, but the scientists involved warn the public not to get ahead of themselves.

  • Concordia ‘Staches’ Cash

    Psychology Students In High-Stakes Movember Race

    Over $7500 have been raised by a Concordia Movember team in the fight against prostate cancer—and the campaign isn’t over yet. The team consists of 34 co-ed members from Concordia’s Center for Studies in Behavioral Neurobiology,

  • Addicted to Humour

    Local Comic Morgan O’Shea on Style—and Substances

    I introduced myself to O’Shea a few days earlier, at an open mic at The Works, a hole-in-the-wall Montreal comedy club. That night, he won over the audience with dirty jokes about eating pussy and a dating service for the suicidal. He was voted best of open mic by the audience—news to him, because he’d left right after his set.

  • Tea-ing Off Security

    Überculture Protests for Student Space

    Members and sympathizers of Concordia’s culture-jamming club überculture had a near run-in with Montreal police on Oct. 18—for drinking tea.A rotating group of five to six activists sat on the floor of the foyer of the Hall Building for their annual tea party in a peaceful publicity stunt to protest the lack of student space.

  • Hundreds ‘Die’ Near Phillip’s Square

    50,000 Montrealers Leave Their Car at Home for En Ville Sans Ma Voiture!

    Hundreds of protestors staged their death at the corner of Ste. Catherine Street West and McGill College Avenue on Sept 22.