• 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.

  • GND Found Guilty of Contempt of Court

    Former CLASSE Spokesperson Faces Charges, Fines

    Nearly three months after stepping down as co-spokesperson of the now defunct student group the Coalition large de l’Association pour une solidarité syndicale étudiante, Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois was found guilty of contempt of court on Thursday afternoon.