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  • Petition Addresses Poli Sci Departmental Issues

    Grades Curved, Courses Cut Among Students’ Complaints

    Political science student Gene Morrow brought the petition to the Arts and Sciences Federation of Associations at last week’s council meeting, after it had garnered approximately 250 signatures.

  • CUTV in Legal Limbo

    Station Imperilled Following Resignation of Emergency Board Member

    Following yet another week of name-calling, finger-pointing, conspiracy theories and general tumult, Concordia University Television has come to a grinding halt…

  • Café X Wants to Compost

    Campaign Attempts Dialogue After Repeated Refusals

    After years of failed attempts to bring compost to Concordia’s Visual Arts complex, managers from the student-run Café X have started a petition to pressure the university to bring compost collection bins to the building.

  • A New VP on the Horizon?

    Campaigning Begins for CSU Byelection

    During the Concordia Student Union general elections, the race to executive is contentious, cantankerous and damn difficult. But Hajar El Jahidi is poised to avoid all of that—and walk right in mid-mandate.

  • President Says ConU Not Preparing for Strike

    Alan Shepard Optimistic About CUPFA Negotiations

    Concordia President Alan Shepard isn’t yet worried about the unlimited strike mandate passed by the Concordia University Part-Time Faculty Association.

  • Chinese Students Continue to Speak Out

    Homestay Students Report More Crooked Dealings With Recruiter

    More of Concordia’s Chinese students came forward last week with allegations about bad experiences in homestays and shady dealings with a recruiter employed by the university.

  • 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.