CASA Not Taking a Stance on the Tuition Increase
The administration and the Commerce and Administration Students’ Association have responded to the imposed tuition hikes in three JMSB programs. These programs within the Goodman Institute of Investment Management will rise from the current price of $18,000 to $24,000 for Quebec and out of province students by 2021 and will increase to $29,000 for international students by 2021.
Chief Electoral Officer Says All Invalid Votes Will Be Withdrawn
Madelaine Sommers graduated from Concordia in the summer of 2018. Yesterday morning, she received an email alert inviting her to vote in the Concordia Student Union’s general elections.
Stimulants Often Used Without Prescription, With Many Selling or Giving Out Their Pills
Adderall is a stimulant used to help those with ADHD. However, some students are using them unprescribed, or in some cases, depending on them to aid their studies by promotion of focus.
Our Nation’s Oil, From Alberta to Saudi Arabia
As TransCanada’s Energy East pipeline was exiled in 2017, the TransMountain pipeline is still awaiting approval from the Federal government, but could commence this summer if accepted. The fight between environmentalists and those in favour of the economy and oil has been long. But for those disapproving of Canadian oil, how does Saudi Arabian oil fit into the picture?
Slate Also Looking Help Implement Online Opt-Outs and Fall Reading Week
Among Cut the Crap’s priorities in the upcoming Concordia Student Union general elections, cleaning the bathrooms tops the list, followed by online opt-outs, election reform and charity.
Slate Has Big Plans for a Solidarity Economy Incubator
New Community wants to create a solidarity economy incubator, a greenhouse for Loyola campus, a more affordable health plan with added mental health benefits, and a “revitalized social community.”
Jane Lefebvre-Prevost Also Wants to Implement TRC Recommendations
The sole independent candidate in the Concordia Student Union elections says her primary goal is to support low-income students.
Slates Says They’re Anti-Austerity, Anti-Capitalist and Anti-Monopoly
Continuing campaigns against campus sexual violence, supporting student strikes, and expanding mental health services are only some of the promises on riZe’s to-do list.
Student Recounts Incidents of Being Stalked
Security has been increased on campus in light of multiple harassment complaints.
Meet the One Team Going to the Polls
This year, only one slate is running in the ASFA elections, with no oppositions between candidates.