• Chinese Students Continue to Speak Out

    Homestay Students Report More Crooked Dealings With Recruiter

    More of Concordia’s Chinese students came forward last week with allegations about bad experiences in homestays and shady dealings with a recruiter employed by the university.

  • An Educational Exchange

    Diologic Sessions Want to Get You Thinking,Talking

    With a major education summit looming and a newly elected provincial government in control, Concordia religious studies professor Dr. Norman Cornett says it’s nice everybody needs to get involved…

  • Start It, Grow It, Pitch It, Fund It

    Montreal Start-Up Accelerator Program Sees Third Cohort Graduate

    A wide-ranging group of members from Montreal’s start-up community flocked to Monumental National for the third Founder Fuel Demo Day on Nov. 8.

  • Concordia Profs Weigh In On US Election Results

    Three professors from Concordia’s political science department and a history professor convened on Thursday to analyze the 2012 American Presidential election.

  • Rehabilitating CUTV

    After months of growing tensions between members, resignations of Board directors, senior staff, financial confusion and mismanagement, Concordia University Television came to a grinding halt midway through October.

  • Expanding Eating Options on Campus

    SCPASA Make Post-Chartwells Plans

    Concordia is a diverse community and according to its students, it needs equally diverse food options.

  • Start-Ups Find a Home at Notman House

    In an Aging Building, New Technology—and Strategies—Thrive

    From the outside, Notman House appears to be nothing more than a dilapidated building just west of the gas station at the corner of Sherbrooke St. W. and St. Laurent Blvd.

  • Snippets From Senate

    On Nov. 2 the Senate, Concordia’s highest academic body, met for their regular monthly meeting.

  • 2110 Centre and CKUT Form The Dragonroot Project

    Groups Aim to Start a Discussion About Gendered Violence

    The 2110 Centre for Gender Advocacy and the McGill-based campus-community radio station CKUT are banding together to spread awareness about gendered violence under the moniker of The Dragonroot Project.

  • For a Safe, Sub-Zero Commute

    SustainabliTEA Presents: Winterize Your Bike

    You know you’re Canadian when the temperature is at -20 degrees Celsius, it’s snowing, and you’re still biking to class.