• Hoops For Everyone

    Boys and Girls from Different Parts of Montreal Unite for the Montreal Classic Hoops Tournament

    The 18th annual Montreal Classic Hoops Tournament, not only shows Montrealers the importance of competition, but life lessons as well.

  • A Feminist Universe: Celebrating 20 Years

    Studio XX Celebrates Twentieth Anniversary with Panel Discussion and Party

    Studio XX, a Montreal-based digital media art centre, provides a welcoming and safe space for artists to flourish under a feminist roof.

  • Understanding Systemic Racism in Quebec

    How Quebec’s Human Rights Commission and Justice System Fail to Protect Victims of Police Racism

    Police racism goes beyond the disproportionate likelihood for people of colour to be killed by police. Police also engage in violent, unnecessary arrests of people of colour; and communities of colour have significantly higher police presence than white communities. Finally, the Human Rights Commission and justice system have failed to adequately protect communities of colour from systemic racism.

  • CSU Drafts Safer Spaces Policy

    Union Taking Measures To Combat Rape Culture On Campus

    The Concordia Student Union has officially drafted a Safer Spaces Policy.

  • FC Montreal Drowned by Hammerheads

    Wilmington Picks Up a Clean Sheet At Home Against FC Montreal

    Sunny Wilmington, North Carolina was not the city where FC Montreal would pick up its first point of the 2016 United Soccer League season. Goals by strikers Qudus Lawal and Matthew Barnes Homer, sunk the visitors as FC Montreal lost 2-0 to the Wilmington Hammerheads.

  • Montreal Activists #FightFor15

    The Demonstration Was Not Declared Illegal, No Arrests Made

    The event was part of a two-day string of protests in North America under the #FightFor15 movement, which was started by American fast-food workers seeking a living wage in 2012.

  • CSU Approves Hive Request for Funding

    $185,600 to Be Given for New Kitchen Appliances

    The Concordia Student Union will give the Hive café $185,600 to buy appliances for a new kitchen space, which will be part of renovations on the seventh floor of the Hall building downtown.

  • Montreal March Held in Response to Killing in Lac-Simon

    Protest Declared Illegal after Rocks Were Thrown at Police

    Riot police charged at a group of roughly 150 protesters in downtown Montreal on Monday evening, launching tear gas and sending the assembled crowd of demonstrators running.

  • Student Financial Aid Reduced For Month of May

    Cuts Stem From The Quebec Government

    Several Concordia students received an email from Quebec’s Aide financière aux etudes last week saying they would not be receiving as much financial aid as expected for the month of May.

  • Second Attempt to Restructure ASFA Fails

    Federation Unable to Change Its Bylaws, New Executive Team Elected

    It’s official now—the Arts and Science Federation of Associations will not restructure.