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  • Tear Gas, Stun Grenades End Anti-Austerity Protest

    Police used tear gas and stun grenades on anti-austerity protesters Thursday afternoon, after protesters continued to march past the end of the official protest organized by Association pour une solidarité syndicale étudiante (ASSÉ).

  • Geography, Women’s Studies to Continue Strike, FASA Votes Against One

    The Geography Undergraduate Student Society (GUSS) and the Women’s Studies Student Association (WSSA) voted to continue striking against austerity at their respective general assemblies on Wednesday.

  • TRAC Back on Track?

    New Executive Team with Familiar Faces Hoping to Overcome Tumultuous Year

    After a turbulent year marked by an internal investigation launched in September, the new executive team for Teaching and Research Assistants at Concordia has been elected.

  • Political Science Course Picketed in Enforcement of Strike Mandate

    A procession of roughly twenty students enforcing the strike mandate banged pots, blew whistles and shouted chants in condemnation of the Liberal government’s budget cuts. Students angered by the disruption of their class held up their phones to capture the unrest, with some posting on social media and alerting the attention of local news organizations.

  • Monday Night Protest

    Thousands Continue to Walk Streets Combatting Austerity Measures

    The Printemps 2015 collective gathered once again at Parc Emilie-Gamelin to protest against austerity measures set by the Quebec government Monday night.

  • Pro Tips for Protests

    Are you protesting against austerity? We want to see you in action. Tweet a protest selfie with the tags “#selfieencours” and “@Linknewspaper.” The best photo will be featured in the paper next week.

  • Si Vous Manifestez, Nous Suggérons:

    #SelfieEnCours

    #SelfieEnCours Tu vas aux manifs’ contre l’austérité? On veut te voir dans l’action. Tweet un selfie en manif’ avec les tags “#selfieencours” et “@Linknewspaper.” La meilleure photo sélectionnée sera affichée dans le prochain numéro.

  • Islamophobic Protest Prevented

    Anti-Anti-Islam Protest Outnumbers Anti-Islam Protest 200 to 2(ish)

    A comic recap of a failed anti-Islam rally.

  • What to do on Your Strike Day(s) Off

    A guide to the events leading up to the April 2 protest against austerity.

  • Disabling University Services

    Directors: New Quebec Budget is Nothing to Look Forward To

    Maria-Teresa Zenteno has been an advisor with the Access Centre for Students with Disabilities for 25 years. She is one of 90 staff members at Concordia that took the buyout offered last fall to help the university cope with $30 million in budget cuts imposed by the provincial government.