Stingers women’s basketball coach hopes to change Canadian coaching landscape for the better
Tenicha Gittens eager to mentor aspiring Black female coaches.
List aims to help students learn about BIPOC issues in an academic setting
A group of students and professors create BIPOC course list to tackle the institutional white dominance within Concordia University.
Unfair Wages and Dismissal of Safety Precautions Brought Center Stage
As Dollarama profited off the ongoing pandemic, their factory workers were left without PPE and a safe work environment. Around 60 protesters gathered to demand change.
It’s Possible to Appreciate Kobe Bryant as an Athlete and Acknowledge His Wrongs
After the deaths of Kobe Bryant, Gianna Bryant, Alyssa Altobelli, Keri Altobelli, John Altobelli, Christina Mauser, Sarah Cheste, Payton Chester, and Ara Zobayan, the world is grieving. Simultaneously, there are many whose experiences are being silenced.
New Learning Opportunity Bridges Journalism and the Sciences
Science students will soon have the opportunity to add a journalism minor to their degree.
Empowerment Fund Will Provide Financial Aid to Queer Concordia Students
Queer Concordia’s new scholarship and empowerment fund aim will bring financial aid to queer students in need.
The Ad Hoc Fee Levy Committee Will Look Into Implementation of Online Opt Out
The CSU has formed a committee to look into the finer points of implementing an online opt out from fee levy groups.
Stingers Come Away With a Point After Heavily Outshooting Rivals
While the outcome of the game didn’t fall in their favour, the post-game morale was one of pride.
Sustainable Menstrual Products Could Keep Millions of Pounds of Trash Out of Landfills
When it comes to periods, the main focus for most menstruating individuals is finding a way to deal with them as quickly and discreetly as possible—with little regard to the potential impact on the environment. Large companies like Kimberly-Clark, which owns the Kotex brand, are capitalizing off of menstruation and reaping real profits as a result.
Problematic Comments Left Some Feeling Frustrated
Several issues were mentioned at a feminist discussion panel held at Université du Québec à Montréal, but some attendees were bothered by the topics of intersectionality and inclusivity.
Association Québécoise Zéro Déchet Hosts its Largest Sustainability Event to Date
Marché Bonsecours hosted the third annual Zero Waste Festival last weekend, inviting zero waste vendors and zero waste dabblers to learn more about the movement.
A group of Hochelaga Citizens Bang on Pots and Pans to Protest Climate Change
Hochelaga citizens have taken to the streets, pots and pans in hand, to draw attention to the climate crisis.
Environment and Health Care as Top Priorities
Climate action and health care were at the forefront of the federal debate catering to young voters.