Students Need More Say in How Their Own Money is Spent
University administrators should not be in a position to decide if student unions are “essential” enough to deserve reliable funding.
I’m Mad Because I Feel Bad
I’ve been trying to figure out for weeks how not to make this piece about my body’s shape incredibly depressing.
Reports Show Climate Change Isn’t Only Melting Our Ice Caps
I definitely think my perspective of the future has become more pessimistic. I feel an overall sense of cynicism and helplessness because I feel that one person can’t make too much of a difference on a global scale,” said Grace Feiler, a second year political science major at McGill University. “I know that’s a bad way of looking at it, but for something as big and catastrophic as climate change, it’s easy to feel that way.”
Mental Health, Financial and Addiction Resources
Need help but feel lost? Here are some services in Montreal that offer support to those with mental illness, disabilities, addiction or sexually transmitted infections. You can also learn about organizations that provide educational workshops or other types of social support.
Concordia Falls to Orange as Opponents Claim Top Spot
The St. Francis Xavier X-Women, Nipissing Lakers, and Syracuse Orange gathered alongside the Stingers at Ed Meagher Arena over the last weekend of December to take part in Concordia’s 51st annual Theresa Humes Women’s Hockey Invitational.
Executives Alleged to Have Misused Association Credit Cards
AVEQ executives and staff will be laid off this January as the association reassesses its financial stability and its continuity.
Witchcraft, Gender, and Catchy Hooks Come Together in Music
Backxwash is a Montreal-based rapper who uses unique and sometimes random and bizarre sound in her artistry to build her soundtrack. Her newest EP Black Sailor Moon for example uses the theme song of the show that inspired the name of the EP, the anime “Sailor Moon”, in one of her songs.
“Please Do Not Eat the Art”
Soft Stimuli was the Concordia student gallery’s last fall exhibit. Running between Dec. 3 to the 21, the artworks exhibited were unique, and some showcased the intimate and complicated relationships people have with their bodies.
“Rushed Process” Results in Return to Paper Ballots, As a Plan B
Last Wednesday the Concordia Student Union’s IT Director Camil Gagnon-Duguay brought up his concerns about online voting in an email to the CSU’s executive team. With voting for their by-election set to take place online Jan. 15 to the 17, the union voted to use paper ballots as a backup plan.
A People’s History of Canada Column
Many historical figures who are lauded as great Canadian heroes were also complicit in practices that facilitated the systematic degradation of Indigenous cultures, spirituality, and ways of knowing.
Using Dolls and Colourful Woodcuts to Celebrate the Beauty of Blackness
Theran Seaton’s art celebrates the beauty of Blackness with a sample of her doll collection and colourful woodcuts of her sister’s braids.