News

  • A Boost From Beauvoir

    Women’s Studies Institute Opposes Tuition Increases

    Students opposed to tuition increases will get support from at least one corner of Concordia, as the Simone de Beauvoir Institute announced this week that they will support a planned general strike.

  • What Occupation?

    #6party Ends at McGill

    After five days of occupying the James Building, the #6party-ers were evicted Sunday morning.

  • Lookin’ at the Levies

    Frigo Vert & 2110 Approved for Ballot

    Two student groups got permission to ask students for their cents at the Concordia Student Union Council meeting Feb. 8, as Le Frigo Vert and the 2110 Centre for Gender Advocacy were approved to appear on the March general election ballot.

  • Talking With Presidents III

    Lex & Lowy Discuss BoG, Strikes and R-E-S-P-E-C-T

    “There is friction. You might be in a better position than I to say where the friction originates.”

  • Survey Says ...

    CSU to Poll Students on Student Space

    Student space may be one of the final frontiers for this year’s Concordia Student Union executive, who are currently finalizing a survey to find out what exactly Concordia students want.

  • Student Reps Walk Out of Closed Session Vote

    After being encouraged to bring cameras to the action last week, students hoping for a transparency showdown with Concordia’s Board of Governors couldn’t tape much action.

  • The Hight Cost of Doing Business

    CSU’s Business Arm Lost Over $50K Last Semester

    January saw $5,000 more in sales than expected for CUSACorp, but lackluster finances at Reggie’s Bar produced another deficit last semester for the corporate arm of the Concordia Student Union, with a loss of $51,439 over four months.

  • Heard in the Town Hall

    General Strike Options Analyzed at Impromptu Event

    Concordia’s Hall Building lived up to its namesake on Wednesday, as it was host to the first town hall meeting to educate students on the fight against the impending tuition hikes.

  • Presidential Platforms

    What we have here is a failure to communicate—at least that’s the theory put forth by both Caroline Bourbonnière and Charlie Brenchley.

  • To End the Double Standard

    Missing Justice Marches for Change

    Valentine’s Day may be a time for most to celebrate love between two people, but for those who will be assembling in Cabot Square this Tuesday, it’s a time to show love for community.