Threat of Read-In Shuts Down Grande Bibliothèque
The Grande Bibliothèque closed its doors Feb. 29 in response to a scheduled protest again tuition hikes.
Activists Step Up Campaign Against Hikes
Students have set up camp in the atrium of the Webster library for the week of Feb. 27 to rally the troops in the lead up to a potential strike at the end of March.
‘Hackathon’ to Develop Health Care Tools
Health care professionals and technology experts spent last weekend designing solutions to problems plaguing the medical community.
Departments and Faculties to Meet on Strike Mandate
Throughout the week, general assemblies and meetings of nearly a dozen student associations will be taking place to discuss strike mandates against tuition increases.
A First-Hand Account of the Jacques-Cartier Bridge Occupation
After roaring through the streets in the Downtown Core, we gathered to hear the closing speech at the corner of Berri St. and Ste. Catherine St. W.
SDBI & VIA Fill CSU Gap for Women’s Month
This year, the annual Concordia Women’s Week has been extended to a full month, but that lengthening didn’t come without some growing pains.
Election Do-Over After CEO Resignation
The unexpected resignation of Arts and Sciences Federation of Associations Chief Electoral Officer Chris Webster and other polling irregularities have led to the postponing of the ASFA general election until the first week of March.
Young Liberals Accused of Deceitful Online Pro-Hike Tactics
It is what it is—unless it’s something else as well.
A First Person Account of a Tuition Protest
A bustling mob of eager and enthusiastic students had taken over Philips Square in Downtown Montreal by noon on Thursday. By 1:00 p.m. there were between 1,000 and 1,500 people…
Cactus Supervised Injection Site Faces Continued Opposition
The proposal to turn non-profit outreach centre Cactus Montreal into a supervised injection site has come under public scrutiny from both the City of Montreal and the Ville-Marie community.