Three Montreal Shelters Team Up to Share Resources
It wasn’t uncommon a few years ago for a homeless person to be turned away from a shelter due to over-crowding, even in the dead of winter.
Holidays Were Stolen Say Employees
Concordia University is heading to court to settle a case with support staff who say the administration stole their holidays.
Naturally Occurring Acid Kills Cancer, Prolongs Life
It seemed like a miracle when Concordia’s Biology department published their discoveries on the effects of lithocholic acid, but the scientists involved warn the public not to get ahead of themselves.
Bahá’í Religious Group Brings Human Rights Issue to ConU
Systematic discrimination, violence and the denial of basic civil rights in Iran is actively been countered by education, and the discussion came to Concordia University on Jan. 19.
IEAC Marks 30th Anniversary with Cultural Diversity Week
The International and Ethnic Associations Council will hold Concordia’s first Cultural Diversity Week starting Monday, Jan. 23.
Student Union Amps Up Anti-Tuition Efforts
Concordia students will be returning to the streets this March as part of a general strike against tuition-fee increases, that is, if all goes according to a new plan released by the Concordia Student Union.
Election Protocols Updated
Newly appointed Chief Electoral Officer Christopher Webster is determined to make sure “it’s a fair election, that everyone feels safe, that it’s clean, etc.,” said Webster.
Unanimous Vote in Favour, Save Two Abstentions
Concordia Provost David Graham had many a reason to smile after the Jan. 12 Board of Governors meeting.
BoG Chairman Kruyt Cited as ‘Rude,’ ‘Condescending’
Student Governors were dealt a disappointing, yet probably expected, blow today from Concordia’s Board of Governors.
Fine Art Students Alliance Seeks Help from CSU and Legal Counsel
Judicial Committee appointments are still incomplete after the Fine Arts Student Alliance meeting on Jan. 10, where two of the three candidates for the committee were absent.