Research Will Focus on Development of Indigenous Youth in Quebec
In December of 2018, Concordia professor Natasha Blanchet-Cohen was announced to have been granted a large amount of funding as part of joining the Youth Network Chair: Pathways toward youth autonomy and fulfilment in a transforming society.
President’s Remarks ”Misguided” Says Coms Students
After months of planning, the Communications department’s strike against unpaid internships took place between March 6 to 8.
A Month After Student Vote, McGill Provost Announces Decision Will Be Made in January
It’s been a month since McGill students stood the rain to protest the university’s varsity sports team’s name, the Redmen. Weeks later, students voted 78 per cent in favour to change the name entirely.
Kaur Siblings Work Together to Prevent Sexual Violence and Support Survivors
Founded in 2006 by African-American civil rights activist Tarana Burke, the #MeToo movement has served survivors of sexual violence–and particularly young women of colour–talk about their experiences with sexual violence.
Afrofuturism and Cultural Appropriation Took Centre Stage During the Panel
The Black Speculative Arts Movement of Montreal featured a series of panelists for a discussion panel made up of Black artists and creatives last Friday, in an event that was enlightening, educational, and empowering.
Lack of Composure in Front of Goal leads to Third consecutive Loss for Stingers Soccer
After having a strong hold on the game in the first half, head coach Greg Sutton’s team was punished for not finishing their chances in the second after an aggressive rivalry game that saw Concordia fail to secure their first home victory of the season.
Concordia Bounces Back from Big Loss in Perfect Fashion
The Stingers produced a strong response to their loss on Friday with plenty of attacking prowess, an air-tight defense, and an excellent performance in front of their home crowd in Sunday’s matchup against the McGill Martlets.