Letters

  • Saddened and Shocked

    As a member of CSU Council, I was shocked and deeply saddened by the resignation of Morgan Pudwell from the CSU executive.

  • Thanks, Morgan

    With the resignation of VP Sustainability & Promotions Morgan Pudwell, the CSU and Concordia at large lost one of its greatest assets.

  • Grace and Courage

    I want to express my utmost support for Morgan Pudwell, who resigned in protest this Friday from her position as VP Sustainability and Promotions at the CSU.

  • Disappointed with Lowy

    Dear Dr. Lowy, 

    
We, the undersigned, are students who were, at the request of our respective associations, present at the Board of Governors meeting, held Feb. 17.

  • The Faubourg Question

    After the student centre by-election failed by a large margin last semester, the CSU executive responded to the results by stating on their website that they “are listening” to students.

  • Misconceptions

    I am tempted to respond to the questionable journalistic integrity expressed by Mr. Giovannetti in last issue’s “commentary” of his council of student representatives.

  • Praise For Morgan

    After almost two years of campaigning for a tuition freeze with Free Education Montreal, I can say that I have never seen a CSU executive work so hard for tuition freeze and student democracy as Morgan Pudwell.

  • Vote Diana

    Diana Sitoianu never does anything with half an effort. For as long as I have known her, she has approached everything she does with a joy and tenacity that’s impossible not to be excited and supportive about.

  • Inaccurate and Distorted

    Your report “Donations Plummet with University Crisis,” (Vol. 31, Iss. 21, Pg. 3) made for a grim reading, largely due to its inaccuracies and distortions.

  • Vote Diana

    Upon first meeting Diana Sitoianu, I couldn’t believe that one person could be so dedicated and have so much pride in their school.