ASFA Is at the Centre of a Quebec’s Human Rights Commission Complaint, Again
We hope to see ASFA’s actions reflect a desire to learn from the allegations against Jonathan Roy, and we expect a concise plan of action following the accusations against ASFA.
This Year’s Forecast for the CSU and AVEQ
So, what will you be paying for this year?
A Look at Three Developing Areas
Many of Montreal’s neighbourhoods are gentrifying. Some areas are far along in the process, and others are just beginning to accelerate.
The Conflict in Palestine and Activism in Montreal
The relationship between events in Palestine and the support through activism shown in Montreal. This timeline takes a look at the different events in both Palestine and Montreal, and remembers the Netanyahu Riots.
Some Students Struggle to Get the Most Out of Services Available
Students dealing with mental illness confront long wait times when seeking support. Demands for mental health services have increased, as a growing number of students are reporting they are being impacted by mental illness. For non-white students at Concordia, having a counsellor who has not faced racial discrimination can complicate things, especially if a student needs to process trauma resulting from their own discrimination. But Concordia’s team of 12 psychologists, there are no people of colour to connect with students seeking a counsellor with similar experiences and understanding.
Opiate Users at Risk, Contamination Poses Threat in Street Drugs
A look at the drugs contaminated with fentanyl in Montreal, how to prevent an overdose, and how to react during an overdose.
By 2019 Quebec Universities Will Have Greenlight to Set Tuition at Whatever They Please
After mass deregulation of international programs, Concordia will be looking to increase tuition for international students in other programs by next year.
Collinson Makes His Return to Concordia as Head Coach
After just one practice with the team, it had already become clear that Brad Collinson has a clear vision for this program—excellence.
How Coaches and Scouts Build Their Teams
Concordia’s varsity teams played in 127 regular season games last year, not counting preseason competition, playoffs and tournament games.
Squandered Opportunities in Tight Game Prevent Stingers From Reaching Win Column
After a sour 1-0 defeat on Wednesday night at the hands of Université du Québec à Montréal’s Carabins, the Stingers looked to shrug off any sign of anguish as they played in front of a hopeful home crowd Friday evening. However, spoiled opportunities left the Stingers dissatisfied with the end result.
Midfielder Claudia Asselin Scores Team’s First Goal This Season in a Losing Effort
Concordia’s women’s soccer squad came into Friday night’s game looking for their first win of the season after tying their first matchup Wednesday. Unfortunately, they suffered a loss at the hands of their opponents, the final score sitting at 2-1 in favour of Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières’ Patriotes.