Concordia Fails to Appropriately Respond to Sexual Harassment Complaints… Again
The Ministry of Higher Education was quick to note Concordia’s behaviour was out of line.
At This Point, Tylenol Should Mail Me a Lifetime Supply
Welcome to the migraine club!
Empower Me to Give Better Accessibility for Mental Health Resources and Cut Wait Times
Empower Me is a new mental health service offered by the Concordia Student Union through the Studentcare insurance plan.
League Partnership Creates Opportunities for University Men’s Basketball Players
U SPORTS announced on Twitter and through a press release Tuesday morning that it will be partnering with the Canadian Elite Basketball League, a new professional men’s basketball league expected to begin play in spring 2019.
The Ending of the Lux Magna Festival –A Scintillating Night Full of Poetry and Music
As the Lux Magna Festival came to an end, Shades Lawrence, Montreal-based DJ, rapper, poet, and curator, successfully created a space where the musical talents and artistic performances by women of colour could shine bright and centred.
Stingers Celebrate Pink In The Rink With Impressive Victory Over League Leaders
The Stingers women’s hockey team came into Saturday’s game versus Université de Montréal looking to add to their five game winning streak after shutting out their last two opponents.
CASE Demands Apology From CUPFA Over Sexual Misconduct Panel
Following the news that a Concordia professor in the creative writing program was exonerated of sexual harassment allegations, the Concordia Association for Students in English released a statement condemning the university’s “mishandling” of the case.
An Intimate Glimpse Into the Venezuelan Crisis
Elsewhere is a haunting play about how the political climate of Venezuela effects it’s citizens.
It’s Not Up to the Accused to Decide If They Hurt You
The stories that came out of the movement made me re-evaluate the interactions I’ve had in my own life, and helped me to realize that I’m not okay with the way that several of those interactions transpired.
Communications and SCPA Follow Journalism as Fight Against Unpaid Internships Continues
Student associations in Communications and the School of Community and Public Affairs have shown an interest in pressuring the university to change their policies surrounding internships at Concordia, with strike votes set to take place this month.
I was once proud to be a member of the PSSA.