• Mo’ Money Madness

    CUTV Looks to Up Its Funding With Fee Levy Increase

    If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.
    Concordia University Television is seeking to increase their fee levy from 18 cents per credit to 34 cents per credit—the third attempt at upping student contribution to the club in as many years.

  • JMSB Moves Up In International Ranking

    Concordia’s international reputation received a significant boost this month.

    Concordia’s international reputation received a significant boost this month.

  • ConU Prof Wins Trudeau Fellowship

    Esteemed Quebecer and Acadian Historian Honoured

    Concordia history professor Ronald Rudin was one of four people to earn the Trudeau Fellowship on Oct. 17.

  • Gender Advocacy Boot Camp

    2110 Establishes a Safe Environment for Transgendered Discussion

    An especially lively and inviting atmosphere set the tone for Trans 101, a lecture from the Peer Support and Advocacy training program from the 2110 Centre for Gender Advocacy on Oct. 20. The energy being generated by those present was inspiring, and it manifested itself as a show of genuine interest in personal understanding and how to help others.

  • Against the Academic Plan

    Provost Pitches, CSU Votes Against Five-Year Plan

    While the Concordia Senate is still deciding how it feels about the new five-year academic plan, the Student Union has taken a stance—voting to not accept the plan in its current state during Wednesday’s Council meeting.

  • Cancelling the Cleric

    Muslim Student Association Pulls Out of Controversial Event

    The speech was to be given by British Imam Abdur-Raheem Green, who has been criticized for allegedly calling for harsh punishments for homosexuality, condoning domestic violence towards women and controversial remarks about Islamic-Jewish relations.

  • How to Build a Revolution

    One Week Later, Occupy Montreal Holds Fast

    Braving the bitter cold, rain and hail that many thought would dissuade the Montreal version of the massive, worldwide protest Occupy Wall Street, over 200 tents have stayed pitched in Victoria Square over the last week—and the occupiers aren’t going anywhere.

  • NDP Gets Behind Striking Mcgill Workers

    The National Democratic Party showed up in full force to support striking McGill University Non-Academic Certified Association workers Friday, by publicly attending a rally at the number-one school in the country and encouraging strikers to settle the dispute out of court.

  • Capital Idea

    Students Gather Against Tuition Increases in Quebec City

    As members of Quebec’s National Assembly went back to work on Friday, they were welcomed with chants of, “Students, united, will never be defeated.”

  • FASA Finances

    “It was a pretty small error [online], but the implications are pretty big,” said FASA President Paisley Sim. “We all make the same amount of money. I wouldn’t be okay with [making more than my executives] at all. It’s inappropriate.”