15 Candidates Seeking Executive Position in ASFA Elections
A bumper crop of candidates is running for the seven executive positions in the Arts and Science Federation of Associations’ elections taking place from March 4 to March 6.
Studying, Growing and Learning in Concordia’s Greenhouse
As university students, sunlight is hard to come by this time of year. The sun rising earlier and setting later now than during the summer months is worsened by the fact that we’re trapped indoors during daylight hours due to school and perhaps work.
Ongoing Custody Battle Halts Forced Return to Mexico
The deportation date for Ivonne Hernandez, a Mexican refugee claimant who was to be deported without her Canadian-born infant…
Alleges Abuse at the Hands of Husband
Ivonne Hernandez fled four different states in Mexico, but she says her alleged abuser always caught up with her.
Worldwide Feminist Wikipedia Edit-a-thon to Take Over the Web This Weekend
On Feb. 1, Wikipedia is getting a makeover—or is it a reality check?
A Breakdown of Some of Today’s Popular Coding Languages
Programming languages make up the Matrix that is behind most new technologies.
CEGEP Exchanges Offer Opportunities for Bilingualism
With the job market’s consistently increasing competitiveness and fast pace, it feels like the further from the status quo our resumes are, the better our opportunities.
Linguistic Rights and the Angryphone Movement
Quebecers agree on a lot of things—language isn’t one of them.
Canadian author stops in at the Rialto Theatre for a discussion of her latest work.
“I promised I would begin by singing” is the first thing Margaret Atwood said as she stepped onto the Rialto Theatre stage on Dec. 4.