• Start-Ups Find a Home at Notman House

    In an Aging Building, New Technology—and Strategies—Thrive

    From the outside, Notman House appears to be nothing more than a dilapidated building just west of the gas station at the corner of Sherbrooke St. W. and St. Laurent Blvd.

  • Snippets From Senate

    On Nov. 2 the Senate, Concordia’s highest academic body, met for their regular monthly meeting.

  • 2110 Centre and CKUT Form The Dragonroot Project

    Groups Aim to Start a Discussion About Gendered Violence

    The 2110 Centre for Gender Advocacy and the McGill-based campus-community radio station CKUT are banding together to spread awareness about gendered violence under the moniker of The Dragonroot Project.

  • For a Safe, Sub-Zero Commute

    SustainabliTEA Presents: Winterize Your Bike

    You know you’re Canadian when the temperature is at -20 degrees Celsius, it’s snowing, and you’re still biking to class.

  • GND Found Guilty of Contempt of Court

    Former CLASSE Spokesperson Faces Charges, Fines

    Nearly three months after stepping down as co-spokesperson of the now defunct student group the Coalition large de l’Association pour une solidarité syndicale étudiante, Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois was found guilty of contempt of court on Thursday afternoon.

  • Romeo Dallaire Calls For Proactive Prevention

    The Will to Intervene Project Advocates Action, Not Reaction

    Senator and retired Lieutenant-General Roméo Dallaire gave a talk at Concordia…

  • Fighting for Dignity

    Event to Raise Funds For Immigrant Workers Centre

    Would-be immigrants are being increasingly allowed into Canada as temporary foreign workers rather than as permanent residents.

  • Power to the People

    Conference in Ottawa Seeks to Empower Youth

    The Power Shift conference for environmental and social activists that took place this weekend had more Blundstone boots, Mason jar mugs and bandanas per square metre than anywhere else…

  • I.T.’s a Big Problem

    Technology Headaches Worsening for Student Union, Staff

    Issues with technology currently plaguing the Concordia Student Union and its staff have escalated from being an annoying headache to a debilitating impairment.

  • The Winning Bid

    After being presented with several proposals, Concordia’s Student Union unanimously approved the project-planning proposal presented to them by project management firm MHPM at last Wednesday’s council meeting—conditional to its lawyers’ approval of the document.