What You Need to Know
A lot has changed at Concordia this past week as the school’s administration, departments, and student associations try to handle the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s what you may have missed.
Montreal’s Asian Businesses Vandalized
Hostility towards Asians in Montreal has risen alongside the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Therapist’s Advice on Surviving Social Distancing
Some tips to turn during uncertain times.
Students Scrambling to Find Housing After Unexpected Announcement by University
Students living in Concordia residences were given four days notice to move out amid COVID-19 epidemic.
A Small Turnout Amid COVID-19 Epidemic Led to a Quiet Protest
The annual march was surprisingly quiet compared to previous years.
Some Classes Will Be Moved Online Starting March 16
Concordia will be closed from March 16 to March 29, with essential services still running.
Over 40 Fee-Levy Group Members Left Waiting in Hallway
Over 40 fee-levy group members were forced to wait outside as the CSU booked a conference room suitable for maximum 34 people.
Emotional Testimonies Laid Out in Front of Montreal’s Mexican Consulate
Hundreds of people gathered in front of Montreal’s Mexican Consulate to push for change in their home country and fight against femicide.
‘We Got You’ Slate Running Unopposed
We Got You is the only slate running for executive positions, with each of its members running unopposed.
Protesters Rally in Support of Victims of Alleged Sex Trafficking
MindGeek has been accused of aiding sex trafficking and allowing child and revenge porn to stay on its site even after being asked to remove it.
“Women United Will Never Be Defeated!”
The sound of hundreds of people chanting filled Cabot Square this afternoon for International Women’s Day.