Alex Di Pietro

  • Action #CSU2011

    Action Presidential Candidates

  • Blue Walls

    Heavy with political experience, the Action slate dashed back and forth between the Hall and LB buildings,

  • JMSB Dean Headed To Vermont

    John Molson School of Business Dean Sanjay Sharma decided Feb. 28 that he’ll be leaving Concordia in late June to accept deanship at the University of Vermont’s School of Business Administration.

  • No Money Trail for the ‘Yes’ Campaign

    CSU Executives, CEO Haven’t Produced Campaign Budget Lines

    The Concordia Student Union released its annual budget report Friday, but specific amounts pertaining to its spending on the “Yes” campaign for the Student Centre in preparation of November’s referendum still haven’t been revealed.

  • Sustainable Concordia Withdraws Fee Levy Request

    Group Wants to Evaluate its Financial Needs Before Asking for More Money

    Citing a need for more preparation, Sustainable Concordia withdrew its proposal for a 400-per-cent increase in the funding it receives from students at last Wednesday’s Concordia Student Union Council meeting.

  • Nah’msayin?

    Don’t Forget To Wash Your Hands

    Stuck on the walls of the men’s washroom on the Hall Building’s sixth floor is a guide to how one should freshen up once finished his business.

  • Fighting Security Certificates

    Representatives from respective community groups lashed out against the issuance of Canadian security certificates and other immigration security measures during a panel discussion in the Hall Building on Sunday.

  • Former Stinger Drafted

    Cory Greenwood signed to the Kansas City Cheifs

    Training camp with the Kansas City Chiefs may have featured hot temperatures and been labeled a “grind” for former Concordia Stingers linebacker Cory Greenwood

  • Off to Turkey

    Stingers women’s hockey coach Les Lawton is heading to Erzurum, Turkey this week to lead Team Canada in the 2011 Winter Universiade—a multi-sport event held by the International University Sports Federation from Jan. 27 to Feb. 6.

  • Lit Writ

    Narcissist on the Esoteric Radio

    For the purpose of this program, we will attempt to engage in extemporaneous, and dare I say sagacious discourse.
    However, without being too grandiloquent

  • Concordia Janitors Avoid Strike

    Union Representing Concordia’s Janitorial Staff Reaches Seven-Year Deal With Employers

    Concordia’s janitorial staff learned they wouldn’t be going on strike following a majority vote to accept the most recent agreement reached between their union and employer on Nov. 21.

  • Defence Finally Breaks Down

    Undefeated Stingers Take Silver in CIS Final

    The women’s rugby team fell to the St. Francis Xavier X-Women 17-12 in overtime during the Canadian Interuniversity Sport championship game at Justin Chiu Stadium in Peterborough, Ont. on Nov. 7.

  • Expanded Loyola Luncheon Up and Running

    New Luncheon Serves up to 300 Students

    The Concordia Student Union’s grand opening of the revamped Loyola Luncheon experienced a two-day delay last week.

  • Starving in the Shadows

    Mapuche Hunger Strike Overshadowed by Chilean Miners’ Rescue: Reporter

    Issues affecting the indigenous people of Chile continue to be neglected in mainstream media coverage, and it’s no coincidence, Mapuche journalist Pedro Cayuqueo said at a conference in Montreal on Oct. 16.

  • Fourth Quarter Madness

    Football Team Scores 13 Unanswered Points for Victory over Redmen

    The Concordia Stingers’ football team prevailed in a 21-11 defensive battle with the McGill Redmen on Oct. 9 at Concordia Stadium, notching more points in the fourth quarter than the entire first half combined.

  • McGill Extends Winning Streak

    Tough First Period Costs Women’s Hockey Team in Season Opener

    The Quebec university women’s hockey season opened on Oct. 8 at McConnell Arena, with an action-packed game that ended 7-4 in favour of the McGill Martlets over the visiting Concordia Stingers.

  • Women’s Rugby Decimates Sherbrooke

    The ConU women’s rugby Stingers did what was expected of them on Sunday at Loyola Campus, steamrolling over the Sherbrooke Vert et Or 92-0 and putting them within reach of a perfect season.

  • Heading to Delhi

    Concordia Early-Childhood Education Student is also a World Class Weightlifter

    Two weeks after finishing 20th at the World Weightlifting Championships in Antalya, Turkey, Concordia student Emily Quarton is participating in her second Commonwealth games this week in Delhi, India.

  • A Night of Firsts

    Striker Matthijs Eppinga’s two-goal performance led Concordia’s men’s soccer team to its first points of the season in Friday’s 3-1 thrashing of the third-placed UQTR Patriotes at Concordia Stadium.

  • Two Reporters Undermine the Role of the Monarchy in the Dominion of Canada

    Early on the morning of Oct. 1, David Johnston stepped in front of the Canadian Senate in Ottawa, and was sworn in as Canada’s 28th Governor General.