March Held for Status Regularization and End to Deportation
“Immigrants in, racists out!” was the chant of the day for those who participated in the Status for All march Sunday afternoon.
VP of Communications and Promotions Remains Unfilled
The Arts and Science Federation of Associations council has appointed Rachael Hutchinson as new interim Vice-President of Internal Affairs and Administration.
Five-Year Mandate Began in June
After the search began last September, the John Molson School of Business has named Anne-Marie Croteau as its new dean.
Multiple Events Planned in Support of Concordia Student Trapped in Gaza
*It’s been months since Hadi Eid has seen his daughter, Bissan, and he has yet to hold his newborn granddaughter. Stuck in Gaza since December, Bissan Eid, a Concordia graduate student, had to give birth away from home and without medical supplies on May 11.
Some International Students Hit As Well
A 2.7 per cent increase in tuition fees for Quebec students was announced at today’s Board of Governors meeting. Canadian students from outside Quebec and students from France will now be paying an extra 2.29 per cent as well.
Adrian Longinotti Claimed Defamation When Forced to Resign
The Concordia Student Union and former Finance Coordinator, Adrian Longinotti, have agreed to settle a civil suit outside of the courthouse. The CSU will be paying Longinotti $8,500 according to a source who chose to remain anonymous.
Former Black Panther Warns Canadians to Not Repeat the U.S.’s Mistakes
Albert Woodfox’s life has not been easy. The face of America’s fractured justice system, Woodfox served almost 44 years in Louisiana State Penitentiary, commonly know as Angola, for the alleged fatal stabbing of a prison guard in 1972—a charge he has always denied.
Planned for August, Rodeo Meant to Celebrate Montreal’s 375th
Many animal rights activists want Denis Coderre out.
Loud and Unapologetic, SPVM Wants More
Police protesting, that’s not something you see too often.
Study Says Gentrification is Undeniable in Meeting With Mayor
Gentrification is happening fast in the working-class neighborhoods of Montreal and tensions are running high. In reaction, the population in Hochelaga has begun to mobilize around the issue.
Only Applicable to Students, Staff, Faculty and Graduates
Amid the flooding in Montreal’s Pierrefonds-Roxboro borough, Concordia University has offered “emergency accommodations” to faculty, staff, students and graduates and their immediate families who are affected by the floods.