Podcasts offer the intimacy that journalism lacks
A few months ago, I was making my bed while listening to the BBC’s Global News Podcast. A reporter began a story describing the effects of the pandemic in India. The numbers horrified me, but it was hard for me to truly understand what they represented.
Verdura: A history of sharing
As decades passed following their arrival in Canada in the late ‘50s, these Italians respected their roots and cultivated their relationships through the produce they grew and shared.
How Montreal theatre is responding to Black Lives Matter and COVID-19
In light of the themes of this summer—Black Lives Matter and the pandemic—Montreal’s theatres are reconsidering how their art reflects society and its problems and how they can support their community.
Fee-levies adapt to serve community despite campus closure
Find out how Concordia’s fee-levy groups are providing their services to students and the community.