Referendum Question Stated Opt-Out Was to Be Planned ‘in Consultation With All Fee-Levy Groups’
The Concordia Student Union general coordinator Christopher Kalafatidis worked with the Concordia administration on the online opt-out system before consulting with fee-levy groups, according to newly surfaced emails between Kalafatidis and Concordia administrators, including dean of students Andrew Woodall.
A Letter From Lawyer for CJLO 1690 AM Alleges Agreements Were Broken
CJLO 1690 AM, Concordia’s radio station, has demanded a moratorium on the implementation of online opt-out and threatened to seek a court injunction to halt the project in a letter from its lawyer to the Concordia Student Union’s general coordinator Christopher Kalafatidis.
How COVID-19 Put a Wrench in Wheels of ‘We Got You’
Following last month’s CSU election, We Got You is gearing up to prepare for their coming mandate. Get to know the General Coordinator-elect, Isaiah Joyner.
New Measures Welcome, but Some Students Are Left Feeling Far From Secure
While there is still plenty of cause for economic anxiety among financially strapped students, new aid promised by the Canadian government will alleviate pressing strains on some. Concordia and the CSU are also providing emergency funding as the COVID-19 shutdown continues.
General Coordinator Accused of Misusing Position to Influence Elections
General Coordinator Christopher Kalafatidis has been accused of using his power as a CSU executive to influence the election’s results.
A Cross-Cultural Exploration of the Coronavirus’s Effects
My heart started beating erratically, and for the first time since the beginning of my voluntary two-week quarantine, I felt trapped. My room, which had once been a haven from the tumultuous elements of the outside world, now felt more like a prison.
Donnez La Protection and Protection Collective Materialize During a Time of Need
Montrealers are coming together and finding new ways to help frontliners.
Only 5.6 Per Cent of Student Body Voted in Online Election
CSU executive team and council rearranged, with all referendum questions passing in online election.
Montreal’s Asian Businesses Vandalized
Hostility towards Asians in Montreal has risen alongside the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.