• Letter: Why I’m Not Voting for Empower Concordia, and Why You Shouldn’t Either!

    Act Together was the obvious winner of both debates, and not only because their answers were eloquently delivered. They won, because they did Act Together, they each knew about the other positions, and could elaborate on their teammates answers

  • Letter: Celebrating Persian New Years, Nowruz, and Spring

    Nowruz is the traditional Iranian New Year, initiated in Ancient Iran.

  • Letter: Reasons to Vote No, Besides the Events

    An appealing reason to voting “no” is the absence of faculty wide events that brings students together from both campuses and the other faculties. However, as a Loyola student, I am voting “no” for other reasons.

  • Letter: In Memory of Martin Allor

    One student writes a testimony for a valued member of Concordia’s Communications faculty

    I hope we continue to be fascinated, inspired and motivated in memory of Marty.

  • Letter: Progress at ASFA, but Far From Enough

    I believe students recognize the dire need for ASFA to change and will vote for this restructuring, but I would implore that they recognize the structural flaws that will continue to exist and to demand a more just and representative ASFA.

  • Letter: Vote Yes to the Hive’s Free Lunch Program

    Support the Hive Free Lunch Program in continuing to bring Loyola free, fresh, varied, nutritionally dense, protein packed vegetarian lunches every school day by voting “yes” to the referendum question!

  • Letter: ASFA Is Broken

    It was the perfect encapsulation of everything wrong with ASFA as it is now: over-bloated, insular, inaccessible and willing to sweep serious complaints under the rug to keep things as they are. We all deserve better than that, but we won’t get any better if we try to build on a rotten foundation.

  • Letter: Restore ASFA to What It Should Have Been

    I am writing in support of the proposed changes to the arts and science federation of associations’ constitution, and I do so as the founding president of an earlier version of ASFA.

  • Letter: Vote YES to the ASFA Bylaw Changes

    Voting “yes” in the upcoming ASFA Referendum is voting yes to change and the decentralization of power within the organization.

  • Letter: A Response to BDS

    BDS takes a highly controversial narrative and lowers the rhetoric to extremely simplistic terms.