CSU’s Business Arm Lost Over $50K Last Semester
January saw $5,000 more in sales than expected for CUSACorp, but lackluster finances at Reggie’s Bar produced another deficit last semester for the corporate arm of the Concordia Student Union, with a loss of $51,439 over four months.
Money Covers Winter Orientation Budget
The Concordia Student Union received a surprise $10,000 from the president’s office, which the union is using to cover a majority of the Winter Orientation costs.
Whole Lotta Love
Diversity is cool, man. Ain’t No Love, a fresh quartet of MCs, shimmering pipes and slick electro production has really put some of that in their debut EP.
The Search for a Missing Nepali Orphan by Concordia Film Crew
In a little orphanage in Nepal with only six kids, Mitchell Luis met a smiling 10-year-old girl named Esther.
Student Groups: University Price Tag Doesn’t Have To Rise
With students energized and united by student unions and lobby groups against the Charest government’s proposed tuition hikes, funding alternatives—like free education, or at least reasonable fees and better governance—are being proposed.
MP and Former Hab Ken Dryden Talks Hockey, Politics
Legendary Montreal Canadiens goalie Ken Dryden had hopeful messages for two bodies of consummate survivors during his appearance on Thursday evening.