Universities Should Withdraw Funds From Fossil Fuel Companies
During Concordia University’s reading week, I made my way from frozen Montreal to the thawing state of Pennsylvania.
Steps After the Summit
It was a bona fide media event. The “national discussion” was promised by Premier Pauline Marois before she was even sworn in last September.
May the Faucets Be With You
When our university went bottled water-free, I was all-in.
The CSU Executive’s Childish Strategy to Get Its Way
On Feb. 13, following the resignation of the CSU president several days earlier, council met to appoint a new president.
“Real Education for the Real World” Doesn’t Happen Online
There’s been a lot of talk this year about online learning at Concordia. Board of Governors and Senate meetings keep circling the subject.
A Union in Need of Some Unity
The Concordia Student Union’s executives have lost their marbles.
Underrepresentation of Women, People of Colour an Unacceptable Phenomenon
When Myriam Tardif, Rushdia Mehreen and Beatriz Munoz recently resigned from the Association pour une solidarité syndicale étudiante, they made sure everyone knew it was because of their minority statuses.
The Need for a Wider Debate on Universities’ Missions and the Costs of Higher Education
Concordia president Alan Shepard recently wrote a piece for The Globe and Mail titled “Let’s look at Quebec tuition fees–and create opportunities for all.” Great title! I agree, let’s look at tuition fees and create opportunities for all.
Prints of Darkness
Remember the good ol’ days, when phone calls cost just a quarter, when people listened to Walkmans and nobody loled? While you’re going down memory lane, remember when printers (wait for it…) actually printed?
I’m Older Than Yesterday. Yay?
I’ve never understood birthdays.