Panel Investigates the Human Rights Cost of National Security
Secret trials, blackmail and other “dirty tricks” were on the table at “CSIS: Who needs them?” an event held at Concordia’s Hall Building over the weekend.
Why The Social Networking Site Is Polluting More Than Minds
The thought of quitting has occurred to everyone at least once.
Suffice to say that the time wasted updating statuses, ‘‘liking’‘ trivial commentary and declining invitations to cringe-worthy events is ample ground on which to leave the social networking scene.
Price of Passes to Jump by 59 Per Cent as All Off-Island Suburbs to Pay Same Price
Philippe Johnson, a 21-year-old Université de Montréal student, moved to the apartment building adjacent to the Longueil Metro station to avoid taking the bus—and to avoid the hassle of paying for an expensive bus pass.
Montreal Theatre to be Replaced by Condos
Montreal’s Seville Theatre was torn down on Oct. 7.
The theatre, which decayed on the city’s western edge for the last 25 years, was destroyed to make room for three condo towers to be built by Montreal developer Prével, a project estimated at $112 million.
Thirty-Five Barrels of Oil Leak From East Montreal Refinery
Thousands of litres of oil spilled into the St. Lawrence River from the Suncor-Petro Canada refinery at Marien Avenue and Notre Dame Street on Sept. 28, but the source of the leak remains unknown.
Concordia President Blames Swelling Classroom Sizes on Lack of Funding
On Sept. 17, Concordia President Judith Woodsworth said that her university’s reputation is on the rise.
Complaints Against Predatory Landlords are Rising
Faced with a strange city, a new language and unique laws, Concordia’s international students are falling victim to harassment and exploitation from landlords.
Concordia Student Goes Out and Walks for a Cure Against Leukemia
Alyssa Brandone was 11 when she was diagnosed with Acute Myelogenous Leukemia, a disease she fought with everything she had and ultimately defeated.
McGill students are sheepish about stepping onto the campus’ new pedestrian street. Although the southern half of McTavish Street has been closed to motorists and cyclists since May 28, pedestrians are still clinging to the sidewalk.