News

  • Closer Than You Think

    Organization Pushes for Provincial Strategy to Combat Human Trafficking in Quebec

    After “servicing” up to 20 men a day, a girl is forced to hand over the thousand-plus dollars she’s just made to her trafficker. She does this six to seven days a week and is psychologically beaten and broken because of it.

  • International Job of Mystery

    Understanding Ex-Provost David Graham’s New Gig

    If you’ve been paying close attention to Concordia’s administrative shuffling, you may have caught a few notable changes.

  • Concordia Students Space Out

    Or, How to Map a Plasma Cloud—On a Budget

    Approximately 200 km above the South Atlantic Ocean rests a strange and often dangerous phenomenon, one that has baffled and intrigued scientists, pilots and astronauts since its discovery the late 1950s—a plasma cloud of super-charged radiation dubbed the South Atlantic Anomaly.

  • Taking Stock Of The Student Movement

    Forum On Student Activism To Be Held At UQAM

    With the Liberals out of office, the hikes cancelled and Law 12 repealed, the future of the student movement is ambiguous

  • Missing and Murdered Mourned

    Demonstrators in 163 cities across Canada took to the streets last Thursday to demand justice for missing and murdered aboriginal women.

  • A Summit Subcommittee

    Arts and science students have until this Wednesday evening to apply for a position on a subcommittee of the Arts and Science Federation of Associations.
    Once formed, this committee will prepare for the upcoming provincial summit on education.

  • Talking With the Presidents

    For the monthly Talking With the Presidents series, Julia Wolfe sat with Concordia’s President and the Student Union’s president to talk about reviews, resignations and getting settled.

  • Sitting on the Senate

    The Senate, Concordia’s highest academic governing body, met last Friday in what may have been the shortest meeting in the body’s 30-some-year history. Here’s hoping the student union can learn from their friends down the street.

  • Closed File?

    OpenFile Goes On Hiatus Amid Questions

    While Canadian “community-powered news” source OpenFile has temporarily closed its doors, it has been criticized for simultaneously shutting off the lights.

  • “The Ugly Canadian”

    Author and Activist to Present Latest Work On Canada’s Fearless Leader

    Stephen Harper has his critics, but few are as unrelenting as Yves Engler.