• No Remuneration Without Representation

    Making a Case for Representative Fee Levies

    Concordians need to remember that JMSB students are not the stereotypes certain people are trying to make them out to be. JMSB students pay significantly more than every other student at Concordia.

  • Editorial: All for None, None for All

    How much will individual students gain in deciding to stop funding the organizations? In most cases a few cents per credit—the annual total less than a cup of coffee at Café X.

  • Nah’msayin?

    Can’t Get That Baby Taste Out

    As nights deepen and I finally crawl into bed, my neighbour’s baby, almost without fail, begins reciting its screaming libretto. And, hands clamped over my ears, I fantasize about biting it.

  • Engineering a Culture of Respect

    Faculty History No Excuse for Inappropriate Chants

    While students should be capable of understanding the difference between song lyrics and real life, the reality is that women aged 18 to 24 experience the highest rates of sexual violence in the country.

  • Oil Rich or Dirt Poor

    The Real Reasons Behind Venezuela’s Student Protests

    In Venezuela, people are finally fed up with the deplorable living conditions.

  • Nah’msayin?

    Double the Songs, Zero the Fun

    Imagine you’re sitting in a room, minding your own beeswax and listening to some sweet Blink-182 tunes or whatever.

  • Editorial: The Towers of Terror

    One certainty within the ever-changing landscape of our academic hub of a city is that there will always be students looking for places to live.

  • Editorial: Losing Count of Student Space Projects

    Like an airport ensnared in a bitter snowstorm, the Concordia Student Union’s large-scale plans remain grounded.

  • Nah’msayin?

    The Walking Virtually-Dead

    Do you really think that people can’t wait a single second more before hearing what you had for lunch?

  • Dishonourable Discharge

    Canadian Army Ad Campaign Enforces Gender Stereotypes

    As I was travelling home by metro this week, I was greeted by a new advertising campaign directly targeting my gender.