News

  • Protectors’ Policy

    It’s a dangerous world out there. Luckily for you, Concordia has numerous policies in place aimed at keeping you safe. Here’s a look at some of the things keeping you out of harm’s way.

  • Secure in the Knowledge

    Concordia Security Keeps an Eye Out for You—and on You

    Riot cops, pepper spray, and tear gas. Police on both bikes and horses roughhousing students.

  • MUNACA Memo to Minister

    Striking McGill Union Sends Complaints to Beauchamp

    MUNACA’s grievances towards the McGill Administration were hand delivered in a letter by Kevin Whitaker, the President of MUNACA. “The campus is no longer a safe environment for higher learning, instead it is one of fear and violence,” said Whitaker. “We believe that because this is a public institute, the ministry has the ability—not to mention the responsibility—to come in and have a clear investigation as to what this administration is truly doing to its students and its staff.”

  • Food and Finances

    ConU’s Food Services Lost $203K Last Year

    A $203,000 loss under ‘food services’ is the figure that sticks out most blatantly from an auditor’s report on Concordia’s finances that was issued last week, but actual food operations only account for a $51,000 loss, according to university administrators

  • Transphobic Reality

    Day of Remembrance Acknowledges Transgender Deaths

    Roughly 40 well-layered people congregated in Berri Square on a rather chilly Nov. 20 to recognize the fifth annual Transgender Day of Remembrance.

  • Barbs at the Board

    Student Reps “Ticking People Off” at BoG Meeting

    Two motions introduced by a student representative at the Concordia Board of Governors meeting on Nov. 17 were tabled and another was defeated, in a session that culminated with another Governor forcefully telling students they are “ticking people off.”

  • Tear Down Those Tents

    City to Evict Occupiers

    “I have always said that peace and security on-site and off-site should be the paramount consideration,” said Tremblay. “As these conditions are not met, the time has come that the [Occupy activists] find other ways to get their message across. I’m sure they will understand the need for action as soon as possible.”

  • Coming in From the Cold

    Occupy Montreal Demands Quid Pro Quo

    Montreal Occupiers voted in a general assembly on Nov. 16 to take down several of their wooden structures, in accordance with a demand made from the City of Montreal. But they won’t be doing it for free. The City of Montreal has deemed several of the wooden structures at Occupy Montreal unsafe after an inspection by the fire department.

  • CUTV Sends Video-Letters To Charest

    Students Voice Anger with Impending Tuition Hikes

    In an effort to give the average student a voice, the Concordia University Television has recorded hundreds of personal messages from students who are opposed to tuition hikes. The videos will…

  • Web-Savvy Activists Launch Copycat Website

    Parody Website Undermines Government’s Pro-Tuition Hike Message

    Student activists have taken to more than just the streets in their efforts to halt tuition hikes. An unknown group of rabble-rousers have created an anti-tuition-hike website nearly identical to the Charest government’s pro-tuition-hike site.