In Light of Griffintown’s REM Station, the Irish Want Commemoration
With Griffintown’s REM station being built, Montreal’s Irish community wants better commemoration.
Fee Levy Would Improve Accessibility of Peer-Support Service
Concordia Students’ Nightline is on its way to becoming a fee-levy group.
Christopher Kalafatidis Faces Impeachment for Dereliction of Duty
A group of 10 Concordia Student Union councillors will present a motion to remove General Coordinator Christopher Kalafatidis at a special council meeting on March 1.
Deadline for Training Completion Has Been Removed by Vote
Missing the mandatory in-person consent training will no longer result in resignation for CSU councillors.
Testing Anonymity and Education Were At Forefront
CSU and Health Services Concordia organized free and anonymous HIV-testing.
Research Presents 30 Year Forecast of Urban Water Consumption
After two years, Concordia researches concluded climate change will have a significant effect on future urban water consumption.
Sustainable Concordia’s Co-Curricular Program Focuses on Community Outreach
Organizing Sustainability is accepting applications for their winter workshop series.
CULEU Say They Fight to Keep Diversity in the Workplace
Library workers continue to protest as they and Concordia are yet to agree on a new contract.
Montrealers Gathered in Front of RCMP Building Opposing Pipeline in B.C. First Nations Land
Around 100 protestors gathered in front of Montreal’s RCMP station last Sunday in solidarity for Wet’suwet’en.
The CSU Funded Project Will Welcome First Tenants in July 2020
After several delays the Woodnote housing cooperative is finally gearing itself to accepting its first tenants.
Indigenous-Led Initiative Builds Bridges Across Concordia
Concordia is hosting its fifth edition of First Voices Week to promote Indigenous visibility.