Concordia Prepares Internal Review of Its Sexual Assault Policy
A new committee of administrative staff, faculty and students is conducting an internal review into Concordia’s sexual harassment policy and recommendations for changes may be ready this semester, according to Concordia president Alan Shepard.
EngWeek continues with a week of activities throughout Concordia’s downtown campus, after kicking off Saturday with Robowars.
FEUQ-led Protest Draws Thousands
Music, horns and chanting filled Montreal’s downtown core today as over a thousand took to the streets to protest Premier Philippe Couillard’s austerity measures.
Montreal Vigil Remembers Executed Egyptians by ISIL
Approximately 50 people gathered on Wednesday night to commemorate the lives of the 21 Egyptian victims of Islamic State in Iraq and Levant (ISIL) at McGill University Wednesday night.
Students to Vote on Renovation Costs and the Future of CUSAcorp
The highly anticipated reopening of Concordia’s student bar could take place this fall if Concordia students vote to approve a multimillion-dollar budget for renovations.
Event to Take Place March 20
A talk featuring Liberal MP Marc Garneau has been rescheduled for March 20 after it was postponed last month due to possible protests.
HOJO sparks debate at Concordia Tuesday afternoon
Numerous Montreal housing organizations gathered Tuesday afternoon to discuss the growing local concern of encroaching gentrification.
Expect Transitions in the Association’s Executive, Annexes, By-laws and Fee Levy
A by-law annex promoting sustainable and equal opportunities for the Arts and Science Federation of Associations has been amended and approved by council last Thursday, but will not be put to a vote at elections.
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’.