Social Justice Days Offers Alternatives to V-Day
For the third straight year, the co-op Café L’Artère hosted the Self-Love Cabaret: l’amour se conjugue à la première personne, a show designed to challenge the consumerist auspices of Valentine’s Day.
McGill Panel Explores Canada’s Relationship to Slavery
Canada’s relationship to slavery dates back to the 17th century and it’s its own problem—not part of the United States’.
CSU Advances Student Housing Initiative
With a little time and investment, Concordia students will eventually be removed from Montreal’s tenant market. At least that’s the goal of the Concordia Student Union’s ongoing housing campaign.
Glitches Pervade New Student Portal
Thousands of graduate students temporarily lost their government bursaries when the new Student Information System took effect two weeks ago, according to the Financial Aid and Awards Office.
Hundreds Gather for Annual Women’s Memorial March in Montreal
Sub-zero temperatures and Valentine’s Day weren’t enough to stop hundreds from marching in Montreal at the 25th Annual Women’s Memorial March on Saturday.
A Concordia Graduate Talks War Reporting
The horrible realities of Israel left a scarring impression on former Concordia student Jillian Kestler-D’Amours, who recounted her experience as a war correspondent for Al Jazeera last Tuesday.
Education students at UQAM voted to leave the federation of student associations in a referendum vote in January.
Tearing Down Borders for Environmental Solutions
Canada, the U.S. and Mexico share a lot. While borders divide North America, free trade agreements from the 1990s allow products and resources to move easily through them. Shared environmental governance, on the other hand, is still in the works.
Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Organization Prepares For March to Raise Awareness of Unresolved Issues
On Jan. 12, the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights released a report on “Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women in British Columbia” continuing the debate on whether there should be an inquiry into missing and murdered aboriginal women in Canada.
Panel on Objectivity in the Media Agrees: It’s Subjective
Objectivity is considered by many to be a sacred tenet of journalism. It is the overarching principle that comes with the responsibility of delivering news to the public.