A Small Turnout Amid COVID-19 Epidemic Led to a Quiet Protest
The annual march was surprisingly quiet compared to previous years.
Hot Pick of the Week: Disco Patin with CJLO on Saturday
Feeling energized by the mini spring we just had? Need to procrastinate on some assignments? If you’re a Concordia student who considers it spring break rather than a reading week, here are suggestions to keep you busy through the weekend.
The CSU Funded Project Will Welcome First Tenants in July 2020
After several delays the Woodnote housing cooperative is finally gearing itself to accepting its first tenants.
To Boldly Go Where No Students Have Gone Before
Space Concordia prepares to launch a liquid fuelled rocket in hopes of beating world records.
Motion to Amend Bylaws and Letters Patent Passed by Council
A CSU closed session meeting confirmed another referendum will be held during this semester’s elections to determine if the student council will be reorganized.
Referendum Question From Last Month’s By-Election Might Not Follow CSU Bylaws
Last month’s CSU by-election posed a lot of big questions, some of which might go against their own bylaws.
Potential Candidates Didn’t Gather Enough Valid Signatures To Run
Arts and Science candidates were told they are not eligible to run in the CSU by-election due to a lack of signatures.
Council Candidate Debate Overshadowed by Referendum Question
The CSU’s debate for the upcoming by-election on Friday evening allowed discussions around referendum questions and councillor candidacies.
Confused About the Referendum Questions? Here’s What They Mean
What you’ll be voting on in the Fall 2019 CSU by-elections.
“Ni HoMa, ni Osha, fuck le branding d’Hochelaga,” Chanted Protesters Against the Gentrification of Their Neighbourhood.
Anti-gentrification protesters took the streets to fight condo developments in their neighbourhood.
Faculty, Space Concordia Members Give Talks on First Day of Symposium
Starry-eyed space enthusiasts gathered at the International Civil Aviation Organization headquarters in Montreal for the third annual Montreal Space Symposium.
Four Federal Candidates for Ville-Marie—Le Sud-Ouest—Île-des-Sœurs Riding Made Their Case to Students.
The debate, organized by the Student’s Society of McGill University, assembled Liberal Minister Prime Marc Miller, Conservative candidate Michael Forian, New Democratic Party candidate Sophie Thiébaut, and Green Party candidate Liana Canton-Cusmano.
Union Gives $52,498.59 to Engineering and Computer Science Association for Equipment
The itemized budget submitted to the CSU detailed the needs of the different clubs, including new laptops, workstation computers, servers, and various peripherals.