Department Becomes Second Anglophone University to Join the Movement
About 35 journalism undergraduates voted unanimously for a week long strike in the winter semester on Wednesday night. Students are demanding the provincial government prohibit universities and CEGEP’s from running unpaid internships and want a section on interns’ rights added to Quebec’s labour code.
Why Is Quebec So Square About Cannabis?
One aspect of legalization got me a little excited, and that was the idea of all these cool new weed-related products and paraphernalia we would see in the months-to-years after.
It’s Time to Ditch Eurocentric Art Classes
‘‘How many of you feel underrepresented in your art history classes?’ and it was both overwhelming and sad to see how many people raised their hands,”
Adrian Armstrong’s 19-Point Night Helps Lift Stingers Past Crosstown Rival
On a night where intense cold kept most Montrealers in the comfort of their homes, passionate basketball supporters filled the McGill Sports Complex for the Inaugural George Lengvari Cup, where top seeded Concordia fought off McGill to a 69-61 point victory.
New Councillors, Fee Levy Changes Also Approved in By-Election
Undergraduates overwhelmingly voted in favour of online voting during the Concordia Student Union’s by-elections, with 96 per cent of participating students in support.
Using Music to Unravel Emotions that Are Beyond Words
The haunting play “Children of God” tells the story of a family ripped apart by the residential school system in Canada between the 1950s and 1970s.
Overconfidence and Hot Goaltender Down Stingers Men’s Hockey
“Some guys didn’t show up tonight and that’s unacceptable. They deserved the win […] we’re going to have to step up from now on,” said Stingers head coach Marc-André Élement.
This Year’s March Focuses on Abuse Towards Women and Girls
On the third annual Women’s march, about 100 people gathered at the Gamelin Square in -22 C weather to show their support for women and girls who have suffered abuse in their lifetime.
Third Comeback Win in a Row Propels Men’s Hockey to Ninth Win in 11 Games
The first step to the Stingers‘ new strategy seems simple enough: Have a weak start to the game and finish the first period down by two goals.
Montreal Trans Hip Hop Artist Produces an Arrangement of French Trap
Trans-activist, hip-hop artist and entrepreneur Lucas Charlie Rose released his first all-French album last week called Plus Près Du Soleil.
Stingers Women’s Basketball Falls Short Against Crosstown Rival
The Martlets outplayed the Stingers on Thursday evening, marking the second loss in eight games for Concordia.