By-Laws Broken After Meeting Held at Reggies, Prohibiting Minors from Participating
PSSA held the meeting at Reggies, which goes against provincial laws stating all association members be able to take part democratically.
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.
Brothers Recount Their Path to Professional Lacrosse, Obstacles Faced Along the Way
Brothers Jeremy, Jerome, Miles, and Lyle Thompson from the Onondaga Iroquois Nation in upstate New York were quite literally born with lacrosse sticks in their hands, receiving traditional wooden sticks at birth.
Play Examines What Happened Before and After the “Riot”
Behind a backdrop of 1960s-style compact cubes, Blackout retold the history of Concordia’s infamous “Sir George Williams Affair” with unequivocal faith that students were not the ones who set the fire.
Complainants Left In The Dark After Investigation Results
A Concordia professor in the creative writing program was cleared of sexual harassment allegations last September without notifying the students who filed the complaint, the CBC has just revealed.
As Board Struggled With Revenue, Late Pay and Complaints of Harassment Were Common
The defunct Association for the Voice of Education in Quebec paid close to $1,000 to prevent a former staff from taking legal action against the organization, The Link has learned.
Canary Mission Correlates Anti-Semitism With BDS, Doxxing Supporters of the Movement
Canary Mission blacklists supporters of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement on North American campuses, including both professors and students, in aim to hinder the BDS movement.