Reggie’s to Open in Five Weeks
And Other Concordia Briefs
The highly anticipated reopening of the student bar Reggie’s is expected to happen in five weeks, according to CSU President Terry Wilkings.
Located on the Mezzanine level of the Hall Building, the bar has been closed for two years. An unnamed general manager has been hired, and that person is in the process of hiring staff and creating a menu, Wilkings says.
“She’s opened her own bar before in British Columbia and has worked in the university setting as well in food providing,” Wilkings said.
Webster Library Renovations Step One Down
The newly renovated third floor of the Webster Library in Concordia’s downtown campus opened last week to students, part of a three-year facelift.
The new third floor now has two reading rooms with over 400 seats, 48 seats with desktops and a zero-noise room.
Four phases of renovations are planned. Phase 2 will renovate the fifth floor.
ASFA Election Campaign Begins
The Arts and Science student associations are holding elections in October to vote in a new executive after last semester’s general elections failed due to low voter turnout.
The Arts and Science Federation of Associations elections campaigning period runs from Oct. 7 to Oct. 19 for students who are nominated by Oct. 6.
All executive positions and five independent councilor seats are available. Votes will take place Oct. 20 to Oct. 22.
JMSB Loses Dean to Lebanese Business School
The dean of Concordia’s John Molson School of Business, Steve Harvey, is stepping down in December and will be the new dean of the Suliman S. Olayan School of Business at the American University of Beirut in Lebanon.
Harvey became JMSB faculty’s dean in July 2012, according to a release by the university, and was expected to serve a five-year term.
Under Harvey, Concordia’s Executive MBA program was revamped, and the business school received high rankings in sustainable business school surveys.
An interim dean will likely be appointed until a new dean is hired over the winter, according to the university.
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