Imago Theatre and Béatrice Média Co-Host Panel on Self-Censorship
*“I want you all to think of a time when you could not speak up.”
Most of Discussion Closed to Public
It’s hard to judge whether the Arts and Sciences Federation of Associations is off to a good start this semester, given that the majority of their last council meeting on Jan. 12 was held in closed session.
Budget for Activities and Staff Will Cost Up to $10,000
For the first time since 2013, the Concordia Student Union will help ease students back in by organizing a winter orientation.
How Much Do They Make And Where Do They Spend It
Concordia spent $5 million on the salaries of senior administrators in 2015-2016.
No Progress Made Since the Co-op’s Move in 2016
Namely, there’s still no railing for the wheelchair ramp outside the store.
Proper Planning and Being Realistic Are Key to Following Through
Many people set resolutions each New Year. More often than not, they fail.
New Equitable Hiring Policy to Set Philosophy in Stone
In the past month, it added an intersectional feminist position to its Positions Book, which CSU Sustainability Coordinator Lana Galbraith proposed at the council meeting on Dec. 14.
Recipients Include Three Former Deans, a Retired Vice-President and the Former Chief Financial Officer
The payments came in the form of “administrative leave,” which is the one-year period after a senior administrator leaves their position, or severance.
Demonstration at Russian Consulate a Sign of More to Come
Cars honked in support as they passed under Syrian flags and picket signs on the corner of Dr. Penfield Ave. and Redpath St., one block away from the Russian consulate in Montreal.
Intersectional Feminist Position Adopted and Updates Given on HOJO Move
The Concordia Student Union student housing cooperative is set to open in July 2018, almost a year earlier than originally planned.