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.
Far Right Counter-Protestors Drowned Out By Student Activists
“They took my dreams, my years of experience and education and threw it against the wall.”
Theoretical Physicist Dr. Ronald Mallett Opens Loyola Lecture Series
Theoretical physicist Dr. Ronald Mallett came to the Loyola campus earlier this week to unravel the threads of time travel.
The JMSB Movember Group Hopes to Raise Awareness and Destigmatize Men’s Health
JMOSB kicked off their Movember fundraisers with a yoga class in collaboration with the Concordia Yoga Club.
Potential Candidates Didn’t Gather Enough Valid Signatures To Run
Arts and Science candidates were told they are not eligible to run in the CSU by-election due to a lack of signatures.
Montreal Artists Collage and Paint to Bring Awareness to Global Unrest
Montreal artists stand in solidarity with global unrest by dedicating a mural in Pointe-St.-Charles to the protests happening around the world.
Association Québécoise Zéro Déchet Hosts its Largest Sustainability Event to Date
Marché Bonsecours hosted the third annual Zero Waste Festival last weekend, inviting zero waste vendors and zero waste dabblers to learn more about the movement.
Council Candidate Debate Overshadowed by Referendum Question
The CSU’s debate for the upcoming by-election on Friday evening allowed discussions around referendum questions and councillor candidacies.
Confused About the Referendum Questions? Here’s What They Mean
What you’ll be voting on in the Fall 2019 CSU by-elections.
Daylong Speaker Event Highlights Housing Troubles Across the Continent
The three guest speakers, all from outside Parc-Extension—some from outside the country—brought perspectives from their own communities to discuss potential solutions to gentrification in the Montreal neighbourhood.