• Protest Calls for Egypt to Release Captive Canadians

    Doctor and Filmmaker Jailed Over Five Weeks Ago

    Dozens of protesters gathered outside the Egyptian Consulate in Montreal on Tuesday to call for diplomatic action over two Canadians jailed in Egypt.

  • Charter of Quebec Values: What Does it Mean to Concordia?

    CUPFA Comes Out Against Charter, University Still Staying Mum

    The Concordia University Part-time Faculty Association announced Friday, Sept. 20 the union cannot support the Charter of Quebec Values.

  • Former CSU Execs Asked to Apologize to Students for $9,000 Party

    The majority of last year’s Concordia Student Union executive is being asked to write an apology to students for spending around $9,000 for an end-of-year party for the executive.

  • Highlights from the First Board Meeting

    The first Board of Governors meeting of the school year was a short one, with open session wrapping up in a mere 30 minutes. The meeting mostly saw Concordia President Alan Shepard presenting his report on the current projects at the university.

  • Freedom of Expression in the Hands of Technology

    Megaphone Gives Montrealers an Interactive Playground

    Located at the Promenade des Artistes in downtown Montreal, Megaphone offers an innovative way to approach public speaking while simultaneously exploring the city’s social language.

  • CSU Removes Student Majority Requirement for Fee-Levy Groups

    Regulation ‘Restricted the Operation of the Groups’

    Fee-levy groups at Concordia no longer need a student majority running their board of directors to apply for a levy increase from undergraduates via a referendum.

  • KWS Brings African Issues to the Global Village

    Web Series at Concordia Introduces Students to Technologies for Social Change

    Uniting a diaspora is, by its very nature, a big challenge. The Kongossa Web Series is tackling it head-on.

  • CFC Seeks Student Involvement

    Student Group Proposes Alternative Food Model to Industrial Food Service Providers

    The Concordia Food Coalition held its first public meeting with students on Thursday at the Loyola campus’ The Hive Café as part of the week-long Bite Me! workshop series showcasing green initiatives and exploring food services at the university.

  • A ‘Disorienting’ Start of Semester

    QPIRG Concordia Presents Social Justice Issues to Students

    The Quebec Public Interest Research Group at Concordia is promising to show new and returning students a different side of university life at its annual Disorientation week, which takes place from Sept. 23 to Sept. 30 this year.

  • Former CSU Executive Running for Montreal City Council

    Sameer Zuberi Enters Election Race in Pierrefonds-Roxboro Borough

    A former executive in Concordia’s undergraduate student union will seek to be elected to Montreal’s city council on Nov. 3.