Studying, Growing and Learning in Concordia’s Greenhouse
As university students, sunlight is hard to come by this time of year. The sun rising earlier and setting later now than during the summer months is worsened by the fact that we’re trapped indoors during daylight hours due to school and perhaps work.
Analyzing the Spread of the Suburbs in Montreal
For Lissa Marcotte, there’s truth in the marketing slogan “La vie est belle à Mirabel.” In this suburban municipality on the northern periphery of the Montreal metropolitan region, where suburban comfort meets the tranquility of farm country, life is good—but it comes with an environmental cost.
Reports Assess Concordia’s Sustainability
At an institution as big as Concordia, in order to be truly “sustainable,” long-term efforts must come from all corners of the university.
Why Divestment Is Necessary for Concordia to Flourish
Divestment. It’s the talk of the town, the word on the street. It’s the subject of workshops, the screen print on gym shirts, and the latest petition making the rounds. What’s all the fuss about this newest addition to our vocabulary?
A Breakdown of Some of Today’s Popular Coding Languages
Programming languages make up the Matrix that is behind most new technologies.
What Can Esperanto Do For You?
The world is home to about 6,500 spoken languages.
‘Welcome Classes’ Introduce Immigrant Children to French Language, Quebec Culture
Picture a class of children each from a different corner of the globe. Some have been in the country for a few weeks, others several months. There may be two or three from one country or another but only one speaks Spanish, one Arabic, one Ewondo…
CEGEP Exchanges Offer Opportunities for Bilingualism
With the job market’s consistently increasing competitiveness and fast pace, it feels like the further from the status quo our resumes are, the better our opportunities.
Quebec Must Let Go Of Its ‘Us vs. Them’ Mentality
As I sat in my Intro to Psychology class last semester, I heard the professor say the words that best described my frustration with living in Quebec.
Sitting Down with Student-Athletes Learning in English for the First Time
For many Concordia students, this year marks their first time living in a big city.