• Visible INC

    Incomplete Solution to a Collective Problem

    You’d be hard-pressed to find someone at Concordia who hasn’t been affected by our four-week-long engagement with the strike in

  • Heard in the Street

    We took to the streets on the March 22 Day of Action to ask students why exactly it’s worth it to fight tuition hikes.

  • Nah’msayin?

    The Future of Weather

    Maybe it’s because I’ve been listening to too much Nost-orious D.A.M.U.S. lately, but I can’t help but start to worry about the future—specifically, the future of the weather.

  • The Tofu of Canada

    Students are being so selfish. They are standing in the way of something so beautiful—Quebec becoming more like the rest of Canada.

  • Editorial

    Democracy How?

    We had planned to write this editorial about Thursday’s Day of Action, where a historic number of students marched in the streets to voice their anger over the impending 75 per cent increase in tuition fees for Quebec undergrads.

  • Creatively Engaged

    How Successful Is Artistic Activism?

    The hardest assignment you can be given at Concordia right now is finding ways to keep students who are on the fence about a strike engaged and involved in the cause.

  • The Bare Minimum

    Voting on Minimum Agreement a Bad Idea

    Sometimes a fail is a blessing in disguise.

  • The Student Stalemate

    Ministry Mum About the Future

    Before last night, Line Beauchamp was arguably the most sought after interview in the province of Quebec.

  • Protest First Aid

    Playing Safe with the Riot Cops

    Getting hit with pepper spray or tear gas is a miserable experience. But it won’t kill you.

  • Editorial

    Guilty by Association?

    There were a lot of fast facts and assumptions flying around last Thursday’s Anti-Police Brutality March among the pops of concussion grenades and clouds of pepper spray, but the worst among them was that the student movement against tuition hikes was somehow responsible for the mindless destruction of our city.