Equal Split of Embrace ConU and Team Connect Members Elected
When the votes for the Concordia Student Union elections were counted, and then recounted again, four members from Team Connect and Embrace ConU were left standing.
Busted Teeth, Far-Right at Concordia’s Doorstep, Antifascists Mobilize
I wasn’t sure that I wanted to get out of bed that morning. Had I known I’d get a facial makeover, courtesy of the Montreal police, I would have indulged myself.
Loss of Electricity Connected to Downtown Gas Leak
Concordia’s Hall building on the downtown campus lost power Monday morning due to a gas leak on Atwater Ave and Réné-Lévesques Boul. W.
Community Groups Together to Talk about Bomb Threats Made
Zahraa Sbaiti smiled shyly as she began speaking, unsure of where to begin. She chuckled quietly, giving the impression of a timid individual—hesitant, reserved. In the next half hour, the earnest listeners found out that the fine arts student was actually none of these things.
Protesters Say Trudeau Government is Still Complicit
Despite light rain, roughly 40 demonstrators gathered outside Mont-Royal metro station last night in protest of the seizure of Palestinian land by the Israeli government. The march was in commemoration of Land Day which is celebrated internationally on March 30.
After Adopting a Sustainability Policy, University is Preparing their Action Plan
Concordia adopted an official sustainability policy meant to guide the school a few months ago, but no concrete action plans have been put in place since then. But that is supposed to be changing soon.
ASFA Advocacy Committee Looking for New Ways to Expand Project
When the Concordia Council on Student Life granted President Elect Julia Sutera-Sardo $3000 for the Arts and Science Federation of Associations menstrual hygiene project, she felt mixed emotions.
All Referendum Questions Pass
It was a close race this year, with a new Concordia Student Union executive team from both the Embrace ConU and Team Connect slates.
Special Council Meeting Will Discuss Results Next Week
Two days after the results to the Arts and Science Federation of Associations general elections were released, the election process itself has been called into question.
AVEQ, the GSA, and the CSU Lead the Fight
At Concordia, that provider is Blue Cross, and their prices of health insurance for international students are the most expensive in Quebec.