• Concordia’s State-of-the-Art Health Centre to Open in September

    Construction of Concordia’s $35 million health and wellness facility is right on schedule, according to the facility’s organizers.

  • Fighting Together

    Students Support Postal Workers on Strike

    On June 17, postal and other unionized workers were joined by students as they protested for nearly four hours to show their support for CUPW members. The demonstration took place at 225 Bridge St., and was attended by an estimated 70 people.

  • Eduroam Comes to Concordia

    University Joins Worldwide Education Network

    On April 19th, Concordia’s Instructional & Information Technology Services officially launched Eduroam. Short for Education Roaming, Eduroam allows network members to connect to the Internet when visiting fellow Eduroam campuses.

  • To Be Continued

    Special Concordia Student Union Meeting Adjourns Early

    The final meeting of the 2011-2012 Concordia Student Union Council adjourned after a little more than an hour on May 30, as only five voting members were able to attend.

  • Stop the Shame Game

    SlutWalk Demo Struts Through Montreal

    Scantily-clad solidarity ruled the day as between 400 and 1000 folks came out for Montreal’s version of the now-global SlutWalk phenomenon on May 29.

  • The Saga Ends

    Council Reinstates Action

    The last chapter in this year’s Concordia Student Union election has finally been written, as the disqualified Action slate was reinstated at May 11’s special Council meeting.

  • A Year in Review

    Accomplishments, Finances and Elections Briefly Discussed at Annual General Meeting

    “This year has not been without its bumps in the road, but we have overcome. As a result, we have succeeded in being an executive that serves the students with a passion to truly give the best we can,” said Concordia Student Union President Heather Lucas during her president’s report at the CSU’s Annual General Meeting May 9.

  • Your Concordia, After All

    Judicial Board Overturns Electoral Disqualification

    The month-long drama as to who would run the Concordia Student Union next year has come to an end, as the Your Concordia slate successfully appealed their disqualification from last month’s CSU elections Wednesday.

  • Federal Candidates Debate in Westmount—Ville-Marie

    The candidates for the 2011 federal election in the Westmount–Ville-Marie riding gathered at Unity Hall this past Wednesday to debate one another in the run-up to the election on May 2.

  • Say Hi to The Hive

    The Hive Café celebrated its opening on April 20, a major step for a project that has been in the works for over a year now. The café, located above Loyola Campus’ main cafeteria, will ideally serve affordable and sustainable food options for Concordia students come September.