More Interdisciplinary Research and Collaboration Moving Forward, According to Admin and Professors
The university researchers of tomorrow will contemplate the world in a…
Two-Day Conference Rallies for Migrants’ Rights
Standing in front of a packed conference room on Saturday, Ellen Gabriel admitted that even after over 20 years of advocating for aboriginal rights, she hasn’t seen much change.
Mexican Actor and Director Gael García Bernal Speaks at Concordia about Films that Challenge the ‘Established Narrative’
The body of a man lies in the heat of the Sonoran Desert. It’s not an uncommon sight for the Arizona border police who find him.
‘Mo Brother, Where Art Thou?
I’m a guy who generally cares, and I try to be involved in different important causes.
Centre for Gender Advocacy Lawsuit Brings Much Needed Changes to Civil Code
The Centre is preparing to file a lawsuit in conjunction with the Clinique Juridique Juripop against the provincial government in the hopes of invalidating Article 71 of the Quebec Civil Code.
Economist Jim Stanford on Canada’s Deficit and Free Post-Secondary Education
The belt-tightening ideology of austerity invoked by governments around the world to slash budgets “is more about politics than economics,” according to economist Jim Stanford, who was the guest of the Teaching and Research Assistants at Concordia union on Nov. 19.
Centre for Gender Advocacy: ConU Sexual Assault Policy, Idea of Consent Still Lacking
The roughly 100 participants of the Take Back the Night march on Friday had a success story to celebrate this year.
Past and Present CSU Execs Discuss History of Student Centre Initiative, Potential Plans to Build One
The Concordia Student Union has millions of dollars set aside to build a student centre—but don’t expect one anytime soon.
Stingers Men’s Rugby Team Drops Provincial Championship to McGill Redmen For 4th Straight Year
For the fourth year in a row, Concordia’s men’s rugby team was the groomsman and not the groom at the provincial championship game.
CIS Top Goal-Scorer Olivier Hinse has Stingers on Pace to End Playoff Drought
If you’ve seen any of the Stingers’ men’s hockey games this year, chances are you’ve seen Olivier Hinse score a goal—or many.
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