President Hopes to Learn From Chaotic GA
Urban Planning Association President Sam Carter-Shamai wants to avoid the “messy” General Assembly that happened last Tuesday when…
“No” Campaign Goes Public in Wake of CSU GA
After the controversial Concordia Student Union general assembly on March 7, two things happened: a minority of undergraduate students voted to go on a five-day strike, and the anti-strike movement began.
Institute Sends Ministry of Education Invitation for Debate
The Women’s Studies Student Association held a second General Assembly March 9 and unanimously voted to extend their strike mandate to March 23.
Schubert Laforest and One VP Not Registered Students
Two members of the A Better Concordia slate, including presidential candidate Schubert Laforest, have been disqualified from the 2012 Concordia Student Union general election.
A Better Concordia vs. Concordia Could Be
After an extremely tame poster night by Concordia Student Union election standards, executive hopefuls from both A Better Concordia and Concordia Could Be held a debate Thursday and made their platforms public.
Ministry of Education Fines Concordia Over Payouts
Quebec is punishing Concordia for shelling out over $3.1 million in severance packages to administrators.
Students Vote to Block Teachers, Allow Students In
The Sociology and Anthropology Student Union held a general assembly on March 6, ending with a majority vote to be on strike as of Monday.
A March 8 International Women’s Day demonstration collided with several other protests all taking place in downtown Montreal today.
Chair Threatens to Charge Student Protesters
Geography, Environmental Students and Urban Studies students are still preventing professors from entering classrooms despite a threatening letter from chair Dr. David Greene.
Protesters Gather After Student Hit by Stun Grenade
A student vigil was violently broken up by riot cops near Berri-UQAM the night of March 7.