If all those placard faces weren’t enough of a hint, it’s officially municipal election season in Quebec.
Student Group Proposes Alternative Food Model to Industrial Food Service Providers
The Concordia Food Coalition held its first public meeting with students on Thursday at the Loyola campus’ The Hive Café as part of the week-long Bite Me! workshop series showcasing green initiatives and exploring food services at the university.
QPIRG Concordia Presents Social Justice Issues to Students
The Quebec Public Interest Research Group at Concordia is promising to show new and returning students a different side of university life at its annual Disorientation week, which takes place from Sept. 23 to Sept. 30 this year.
Party Tab for Former Execs is a Misuse of Funds
If recent allegations about a certain extravagant end-of-the-year party are true, last year’s CSU executives may have left us with one last lapse of judgment to marvel at.
You’ll Never Get to Heaven Showcase Ethereal Melodies
It comes to you as if in a dream, the faint glimmer of manipulated piano brushing past as you sink deeper into the blackness. You’ll Never Get to Heaven emits ambient melancholy, remnants of pop vocals embedding themselves in murky haze and crackle.
Sameer Zuberi Enters Election Race in Pierrefonds-Roxboro Borough
A former executive in Concordia’s undergraduate student union will seek to be elected to Montreal’s city council on Nov. 3.
Head Honcho Brings Math Rock to POP
Math in itself may not be something to look forward to. Math rock, however, is a different story.
Spice Girls Tribute Band Wannabe Revive the ‘90s
If you were alive in the ’90s, you know who the Spice Girls are—they were inescapable.
Electro-jazz Hybrid Duo Saxsyndrum Pump Up the Funk
Jazz might be the last genre you’d expect to see at POP Montreal. After all, some might say it’s best reserved for middle-aged couples sipping wine in tasteful-yet-stuffy establishments, not for the unwashed youth at one of the city’s biggest indie festivals. Saxsyndrum is challenging the status quo by merging electro dance music with sweet saxophone licks to revitalize jazz in a whole new way.
Little Scream Gives a Taste of Iowa to Pop
Laurel Sprengelmeyer, better known by her musical alias Little Scream, arrives at the sleepy coffee shop in flurry of activity.*
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