Panel Discusses Implications of Bill 60
Pearl Eliadis minced no words when she stood in front of roughly 60 people last Thursday and stated that, “Bill 60 utterly fails to achieve gender equality…
Emily Campbell is Second Student Member to Step Down in a Week
Board Chair Emily Campbell and business student Baghdassar Balyan have both resigned from CUTV in the past week, cutting the student representation on the board in half.
With students having overwhelmingly voted in the November byelections to replace the Java U in the Hall Building with a student-run co-op, the Concordia Student Union must now get to work to see if the project is possible.
Concordia Forms Working Group to Continue Discussion on Ethical Investment Policy
Concordia is edging closer to an ethically responsible investment policy, which would include diverting university funds away from the fossil fuel industry.
Teaching Assistants Unhappy Over Reduction in Hours Despite Same Workload
As Concordia tries to turn the page on last year’s tense labour climate, teaching assistants in the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science are raising concerns about reductions in the number of hours they’re paid to work, even as their workloads allegedly remain the same.
The Concordia Student Union is quickly adjusting to a council that has nearly doubled in size in the wake of the November byelections.
ENCS Requests Concordia Update Intellectual Property Policy
For his final-year “capstone” research project, graduating Concordia engineering student Michael El-Jiz was curious about the applications of music in engineering…
Funds to Help Launch ConSat-2 into Space
After surpassing their fundraising goal of $15,000 on Saturday, the team of students looking to build a satellite to test self-healing material in space—and see if it is capable of repairing damage caused by mechanical wear in such conditions—will now be able to start buying components for the project.
Last-Minute Cancellation Leaves Charter Debate One-Sided
Despite Bernard Drainville’s last-minute cancellation over security concerns, Concordia held a debate on the proposed Charter of Quebec Values Thursday afternoon between members of other provincial parties.
A Concordia fee-levy group plans to sue Quebec if urgent action is not taken to remove barriers to legally changing one’s sex in the province.
More Interdisciplinary Research and Collaboration Moving Forward, According to Admin and Professors
The university researchers of tomorrow will contemplate the world in a…