Condoms May Be Distributed Next Semester: Pudwell
The Concordia Student Union, Queer Concordia, the 2110 Center for Gender Advocacy and Health Services are wrapped up in negotiations to provide distribution centres with free safe-sex kits on campus.
Concordia Professor Talks Montreal Multiculturalism
“What is especially interesting about today’s Montreal is the way it is bringing together the histories of the city, which were once so separate,” said Sherry Simon, at La Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec.
Simon, a Concordia University professor, headlined the fourth edition of the President’s Conference Series with a talk titled “The Flow of Languages, the Grace of Cultures,” on Oct. 27.
Expect the war in Afghanistan—the longest military engagement in both Canadian and American history—to continue for a “very long” time, said Edmund Whiteside, North Atlantic Treaty Organization Council Secretary.
Proposed Bill Would Punish Refugees and Smugglers Alike: Crépeau
The Conservative government’s new proposed law on human smuggling is causing concern among refugee advocates.
TAPthirst, überculture and QPIRG Dump Hundreds of Plastic Bottles on Campus
TAPthirst in conjunction with überculture and QPIRG Concordia dumped over 200 plastic water bottles on Norman Bethune Square on Oct. 20 to raise awareness about sustainability.
The Unglamorous Costs of Sex Addiction
Headlines of cocaine-induced rehab stints are old news in the celebrity world and the days of checking into rehab for “exhaustion” seem to be over.
In the 65 years since Elie Wiesel survived the Holocaust, there has been no end to ethnic cleansing, genocide and mass murder on a global scale.
Faced with this staggering reality, Wiesel refuses to be discouraged.
Families Affected by Police Violence Take to the Streets
A group of families affected by police violence joined with civil justice advocates and supporters this past weekend to demand an end to police brutality.
The group hosted several events over the weekend in recognition of the North American Day to Stop Police Brutality and Oppression.
Two weeks after 12 single-stall restrooms in the EV building were “gender neutralized” by an anonymous guerrilla sign maker, the Concordia administration stated that the project to create dedicated gender-neutral bathrooms on campus is currently “on hold.”
Concordia’s 61 clubs found themselves a little richer on Oct. 15, as the $92,000 clubs budget was released.
Each club’s share is determined by the Clubs and Space Committee, chaired by CSU VP Clubs and Outreach Ramy Khoriarty, and made up of four CSU councillors and one student-at-large.