The Rate of our Consumption is Unsustainable and Changes Must be Made
What drives people to want more, when what they already have could be enough?
Local Arts Collective Challenges Notions of Art in the City
“The first thing, is [that] I want to make sure that this notion of art as being non-political is challenged.”
Montreal is brimming with academic activity and the innovation centres popping up around the city are a fertile ground for biotech research.
Alisha B. Wormsley Brings a Mythical Perspective to the Narratives of the African Diaspora
Artist Alisha B. Wormsley challenges the future post-industrial capitalism has set up, imagining a time-transcending science-fiction fantasy. The artist’s goal is to re-envision the history and future of African disapora, using the medium of audiovisual installations.
60 Million Girls founder Wanda Bedard will give a presentation on educational programs in developing countries.
Café Co-op Opens Later Than Projected
After a long and difficult planning process, the Concordia Student Union has officially launched the Loyola Hive Café and its attached student space two weeks after the planned opening date.