• Editorial: Were We Just Marois’ Pawns?

    One year after forming a government in an election triggered by tuition protests, the Parti Québécois has launched a debate just as polarizing—if not more so.

  • Nah’msayin?

    No Snooze is Good Snooze

    I would’ve started this article way earlier if not for the snooze button on my alarm clock.

  • Editorial: No Hive? No Surprise

    While having the Hive as their legacy would be impressive, given everything else the CSU has on its plate, it simply doesn’t seem realistic nor wise to strive for yet another massive undertaking.

  • Nah’msayin?

    Wings of My Ire

    Travelling in Canada can be a special kind of hell.

  • Nah’msayin?

    Read This with a Pinch of Salt, Then Take that Salt and Sprinkle it on the Sidewalk

    I love the outdoors as much as the next person, but this means that every time I leave my apartment I have to face my own Public Enemy No. 1: the sidewalk. Or, more specifically, the absence of salt on this skating rink you call a sidewalk.

  • In From the Cold

    SPVM Still Ill-Equipped to Deal with Homeless

    A homeless man wearing a long gray T-shirt and jeans torn below the knees stands in the piercing cold as an SPVM officer warns him, “If I get another call about you, I’ll tie you to a pole for an hour. I swear.”

  • Moving Beyond Memorization

    How Can We Properly Evaluate the Education We Receive?

    We should be questioning the skills we’re being taught—for the amount of time and money we put into our education, we deserve to know that we’re getting what we’re paying for.

  • Editorial: The Levy Doesn’t Break

    There has been talk of new policy on defining student groups, but the current system is not broken.

  • Why I’m Stepping Down as CUTV Chair

    I’m Emily Campbell, I study broadcast journalism and political science at Concordia University and I am the chair of the board of directors of Community University Television in Montreal.

  • Editorial: Drainville is Scared of a Real Debate on the Charter

    Despite being the minister in charge of the Parti Québécois’s proposed Charter of Quebec Values, Bernard Drainville sure seems scared of defending it.