• 50,000 Rally Against Tuition Hikes

    Ten Arrested Before Protest, Charged With Conspiracy

    Over 50,000 students, union members and activists from all over Quebec marched through downtown Montreal on Saturday afternoon to protest proposed austerity measures in the upcoming Quebec budget.

  • Student Union Opposes Conflict Minerals

    Minerals Used in Phones, Electronics Often Come From War Torn Congo

    The Concordia Student Union passed a motion supporting a petition to make Concordia a conflict-metal-free campus last Wednesday.

  • Three Years Without Oversight

    No Audit at the Graduate Student Association since 2008

    Due to an inadequate filing system that seemingly involved stuffing receipts into brown envelopes,

  • Student Groups Back on the Ballot

    The Void and Queer Concordia to Appeal to Students for Fee Levy

    Students will be able to put their two cents in—literally—at the ballot box when it comes to fee levies for Queer Concordia and The Void

  • Student Union Fires Back

    Councillors Accuse Former CSU VP of Neglecting Duties on Women’s Caucus

    Hours before former Concordia Student Union VP Sustainability & Promotions Morgan Pudwell read her letter of resignation to a packed council meeting on March 9, 14

  • JMSB Dean Headed To Vermont

    John Molson School of Business Dean Sanjay Sharma decided Feb. 28 that he’ll be leaving Concordia in late June to accept deanship at the University of Vermont’s School of Business Administration.

  • ASFA Clashes with Math Students Association

    MASSA’s Fight for Independance Continues

    “Unfortunately, we’ve come to an impasse,” said Arts and Science Federation of Associations VP Financial Alexa Newman. “I don’t want to kick out math students, but we haven’t been able to make a resolution.

  • Student Union General Election Kicks Off

    Video: Student Politico Hopefuls Move Into the LB

    Over 70 students scrambled around the downtown campus tonight as the clock marked the first minutes of the Concordia Student Union 2011 general elections.

  • Gimme That Guinness

    A Beer With a Cult Following Prepares for its Day in the Spotlight

    “Guinness is not poured, it is built,” reads a poster on the wall of the famous Montreal microbrewery, Brutopia. The bar, adorned with Guinness Beer memorabilia, is gearing up for its St. Patrick’s Day crowd on March 17.

  • Hitting the Streets

    Concordia Students Sleep Outdoors; Raise Money for the Homeless

    A growing concern in this country will have students living outdoors and sleeping on lawns and cold concrete on campuses across Canada this week to raise awareness for homelessness.