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  • Walking Out on FASA

    Quorum Not Met, Strike Continues

    Fine Arts students waited for two hours on March 16 before quorum was reached at their Special General Meeting, which was called to discuss the ongoing Fine Arts Student Alliance strike mandate and to decide whether it should continue.

  • A Predictably Violent Anti-Brutality Protest

    Approximately 1,200 protesters marched through downtown Montreal for the annual Anti-Police-Brutality protest, which, as usual, erupted into violence shortly after starting.

  • Concordia Kicks Off Strike

    Students March for Accessible Education

    The Concordia Student Union kicked off it’s strike mandate today leading over 300 protesters on a march through downtown Montreal.

  • A Vote to Call their Own

    CASA Votes Against Strike Mandate

    On March 14 members of the John Molson School of Business voted against joining the one-week strike that was v the Concordia Student Union last week.

  • Highlights From Council

    Personal Feuds and Minimum Agreement Dominate CSU Council Discussion

    The Concordia Student Union council meeting March 14 were five hours of political power. Here are the highlights.

  • Urban Planning Students Renew Strike

    UPA To Strike For Days Leading Up to March 15

    The Urban Planning Association is keeping up with most of its strike tactics for the next two days.

  • Political Science Students Vote to Strike

    A strike motion asking students not to go to class was passed during the PSSA General Assembly this afternoon.

  • ConU Continues In Face of Striking Students

    Concordia’s administration has taken an official position to continue to provide services as normal in the face of a massive student strike, which as of March 15 will technically include all Concordia students.

  • #manifencours March 13, 2012

    Over 1,000 students marched through Montreal today in protest of the Charest’s government’s proposed tuition hikes. The Arts Undergraduate Society of McGill University is now holding an general assembly to vote to adopt a strike mandate.

  • Business Students to Hold Strike GA

    ‘Politically Neutral’ CASA Seeks Student Opinion

    A week after the Concordia Student Union voted in favour of a one-week strike, the Commerce and Administration Students Association is holding their own general assembly to vote on whether to support the strike.