The Trials of Learning African Languages in Canada
African languages make up about one third of the world’s spoken languages, but those languages rarely travel outside of the continent and its islands.
Jaggi Singh Fined $588 For Noise Violation And Refusal To Cooperate With Police
He was fined $440 for being in violation of a by-law concerning noise and $148 for refusing to cooperate with the police.
Researching the Science and Intimacy behind YouTube Videos
Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response is a phenomenon that people have been experiencing for years. The tingly sensations, and the feeling of being relaxed are all features associated with ASMR.
VP External and Independent Director are Chosen
Lisa Nguyen is CASA’s Independent Director, and Rudy Grow is the VP External. Lisa Nguyen previously ran for VP Academic and Student Affairs but lost.
Investigation to be Launched by University and Montreal Police
Devices called keyloggers were found on standing express workstations in both the Webster and Vanier libraries. Keyloggers are devices that capture keystrokes in order to steal passwords, bank codes, and other information.
CASA-Organized Event Raises Money and Awareness for Homelessness
For the ninth year in a row, students at Concordia slept on the street to raise awareness for homelessness by living off of food donated by strangers in the 5 Days for the Homeless campaign.
Documentary Takes A Close Look Into Fracking And Its Effect On First Nations Communities
Tomorrow, students will have the opportunity to peer into the devastating world of fracking from a unique and telling perspective.
Referendum Question to Change Federation Bylaws Fails, Hive and ASFA Fee-Levy Questions Approved
After months of debates, proposal drafts and lawyer consultations, the Arts and Science Federation of Associations referendum question to restructure did not pass.
University Registrar Brad Tucker Leaving in June, Replacement Yet to Be Found
Brad Tucker, the university’s registrar, has taken a position at McGill after working at Concordia for 15 years.
Student Group Gives Concordia Café $12,000 to Address Financial Struggles
FASA, which represents all fine arts students at Concordia, voted to provide $12,000 to get Café X out of debt in January.