SPVM Has to Do Better With People Who Are Marginalized, Have Mental Illness
Clearly, Gibbs’ case was not a one-off situation
A Tribute to the Complexities of Motherhood
Imago Theatre’s production of Other People’s Children is a fine balance of intimate trust between three adults who share the responsibility of raising a child. This play features a new mother, Ilana, in the grips of postpartum depression, who struggles to care for herself and her baby in the early months of parenthood. Ilana faces constant criticism from her husband, Ben, who insists that she needs to bond with her child. The young Canadian couple force their expectations of parenthood onto the other, and end up hiring a nanny named Sati to care for their child.
Audio Recording of Conversations Leaked by Councillor James Hanna
On Oct. 25 Concordia Student Union councillor James Hanna published a recording of an altercation between himself and Internal Affairs Coordinator Princess Somefun, which took place during mandatory consent training.
The Art of Appropriation and a Tribute to Brazil’s National Museum Meet in “Corrupted Portal”
Corrupted Portal, the second exhibition of their fall cycle, stands out for the complexity of the art displayed. Ranging from painting and sculpture to video work, the show is colourful and catches the eye.
A Look at Concordia’s History of Sexual Violence
Victims of sexual violence are not just a statistic.
Stingers Women’s Hockey Shutout By McGill Martlets
The Concordia Stingers women’s team had their home opener spoiled on Sunday as the McGill Martlets walked out of Ed Meagher Arena with a convincing 3-0 win.
After Altercation in Session, CSU Unsure Whether They’ll Sign Off on James Hanna
Concordia Student Union councillor James Hanna has been told he failed mandatory consent training that all councillors have to complete by Oct.1. No councillor had ever failed this training since it was put in place during the 2016-2017 academic year.
oncordia Finishes at the Top of the Table for a Second Year in a Row
In horrendous weather, Concordia’s men’s rugby squad put on a show with a triumphant win over the University of Ottawa Gee-Gees with a final score of 52-3.
The Scorn that Keeps on Burning: An Outlet for People to Share and Explore their Feelings of Frustration
The CJLO Women’s+ Collective launched the first volume of their feminist zine this month. The event was held at the student-run Visual Arts Visuels Gallery on René Lévesque Blvd. last week. A cosy group of roughly 50 to 60 people showed up to buy a copy and listen to a reading of some contributors.
Acknowledging the Derogatory and Racist Imagery Outside Washington and Cleveland
Do you expect me to believe changing the racist name of a team is too hard?
After a Winter of Sexual Misconduct Allegations, Office of Rights and Responsibilities Sees Hike in Complaints
Concordia has reported has reported a hike in complaints of sexual assault and sexual harassment.