Lex Gill

  • Remembering Everett M. Price

    Everett M. Price, a professor and a member of the Concordia University community, passed away peacefully on Aug. 19, 2012 at the Montreal General Hospital, in the presence of his family.

  • ‘Drastic Assault on Student Representation’

    The CSU Weighs in on Board Breakdown

    As it stands, undergraduate students control 10 per cent of 40 seats on the Board of Governors—the highest governing body at Concordia—and certain parties are interested in seeing this wholly inadequate number decrease even further.

  • Grace and Courage

    I want to express my utmost support for Morgan Pudwell, who resigned in protest this Friday from her position as VP Sustainability and Promotions at the CSU.

  • CSU Councillor Speaks Out Against Student Union Building

    Students will be voting on increasing the fee to the Student Centre Project from Nov. 23-25. As a civic responsibility, it is imperative that all students vote and have a say as to whether they want to make this a reality now or in the unforeseeable future.
  • CSU Councillor Speaks Out Against Student Union Building

    Students will be voting on increasing the fee to the Student Centre Project from Nov. 23-25. As a civic responsibility, it is imperative that all students vote and have a say as to whether they want to make this a reality now or in the unforeseeable future.
  • ‘I saw more than I wanted to see’

    The story behind the detainees at 629 Eastern Avenue

    Over six hours on the night of June 27 we spoke to nearly 120 of the detainees to leave the Toronto Film Studio, a sound stage retrofit with cages to hold people arrested during the G20 summit. Although each had a different story to tell, the larger picture remained constant.

  • Conditions at G20 Dentention Centre are illegal, immoral and dangerous

    Detainees forced in cages with little food and water for up to 35 hours

    It is next to impossible to set the scene of what happened at the Detention Centre. Between the two of us we estimate that we spoke to over 120 people, most of whom were released between 9:30 p.m. and 4:30 a.m. Despite not knowing each other, the story they tell is the same.