• Let the Weird Sun Rise Again

    Canadian Government: Bring Back Katimavik

    What matters is that, for a while, there was an opportunity in Canada for any young adult to have a genuinely confusing, powerful experience. I hope Trudeau will bring it back for them.

  • Concordia Appoints Graham Carr Interim Provost

    As Concordia looks for a permanent provost and vice-president of Academic Affairs, Graham Carr will fill in as the interim effective on May 1.

  • No Space for the Press

    Concordia’s Only Francophone Magazine, L’Organe, Still Struggles to Exist

    In the past, L’Organe had stopped publishing for two years when editors graduated and could not find replacements. The magazine now has a full team, but the lack of an office is one thing keeping them from expanding.

  • Old School Paved the Way

    Montreal Rapper Taigenz Talks Talent Shows, Concordia Classes and Inspiration

    His flow is thick with Montreal’s accent, a staccato sense of rhythm that starts and stops without breaking stride. With 5 full-length releases and a litany of videos under his belt, Taigenz is definitively on the cusp.

  • From Devastation to Exultation

    Canadiennes Defender and Stingers Coach Julie Chu Experiences Both Playoff Win and Playoff Loss On Same Day

    This past Saturday turned out to be an eventful day for Montreal Canadiennes defender and Concordia Stingers women’s hockey acting head coach Julie Chu.

  • CWHL Playoffs: Clarkson Cup Bound

    Les Canadiennes Dominate From Start to Finish In 7-1 Win; Advance to Championship Final

    The Montreal Canadiennes were firing on all cylinders Saturday night in their 7-1 win in Game 2 of their semi-final matchup with the Toronto Furies at the Bell Sports Complex in Brossard.

  • Women’s Hockey: The End

    The Stingers Eliminated From Playoffs Following 3-0 Shutout Loss to Carabins

    The Stingers women’s hockey team skated off the ice moments after the final buzzer sounded, marking the end to their season. But when they return for next year, they will be without their captain, Erica Porter.

  • CWHL Playoffs: Les Canadiennes Infuriate Toronto

    Montreal Scores Five Goals to Win Game 1 of Semi-Final Series

    The Montreal Canadiennes’s stars shone bright in their 5-1 victory in Game 1 of the semi-final playoff series versus the Toronto Furies on Friday night at Etienne Desmarteau Arena.

  • 16 Concordia Student Strikers Receive Letters of Reprimand from Tribunal Panel

    Sixteen students have received a letter of reprimand—the most lenient of consequences—after an independent tribunal panel unanimously voted to uphold charges of class disruptions filed by Michael Lipson, a political science professor.

  • Teaching Assistants Talks Upset, Part-Time Faculty Negotiations Hopeful

    CUPFA and TRAC Presidents React to Concordia Severance Package

    As the semester comes to a mid-point, two of Concordia’s teaching unions remain out-of-contract, or without a salary agreement.