Choir Helps Differently Abled Singers Feel at Home
The Shira Choir welcomes differently abled people and helps them build a community through music.
Referendum Question From Last Month’s By-Election Might Not Follow CSU Bylaws
Last month’s CSU by-election posed a lot of big questions, some of which might go against their own bylaws.
What Goes on Behind the Posts
Three prominent figures in Montreal’s social media scene explain what it’s really like to work in the industry.
Strikers Propose Measures for Concordia to Be Held Accountable for Their Divestment Plan
Striking geography students unhappy with Concordia’s divestment process. They call for quicker action and more transparency from the university.
Exchange Student Shares Her Experiences With Hong Kong Riots
Concordia student who went on exchange to Hong Kong shares her experiences with protests.
Protesters Say Averting Climate Disaster Requires Massive Systemic Change
Climate activists protest for free transit to fight climate change.
Students Working in Retail Struggle to Balance Work and School
Black Friday marks the beginning of the holiday shopping season, but it also adds a lot of stress to the full-time students who work in retail.
Events Put a Spotlight on Current Indeginous Issues
The tenth annual Anti-Colonial week hosted by Concordia’s Quebec Public Interest Research Group and Frigo Vert focuses on modern Indigenous issues, and hopes to invite more people into the Indigenous rights movement.
Problematic Comments Left Some Feeling Frustrated
Several issues were mentioned at a feminist discussion panel held at Université du Québec à Montréal, but some attendees were bothered by the topics of intersectionality and inclusivity.
Two People’s Journeys After Leaving Secondary School
Two high school dropouts tell their stories—why they dropped out, and how they found their way back to school.