News

  • ‘I have to fight this’

    Concordia Student Goes Out and Walks for a Cure Against Leukemia

    Alyssa Brandone was 11 when she was diagnosed with Acute Myelogenous Leukemia, a disease she fought with everything she had and ultimately defeated.

  • Another Nail in Dorchester’s Coffin

    Demolition crews take down the final wall of a friary on René Lévesque Boulevard West.

    The building was attached to a 116-year-old Franciscan Church that burned down in February.

  • Pakistani Student Association Shaken by Resignations

    Two VPs Resign and Accuse President of Religious Discrimination for Blocking Speaker

    Earlier this month, two Pakistani Student Association VPs resigned from their posts accusing the association’s president of religious discrimination.

  • LIVE at Concordia

    University to Recognize Volunteer Work for First Time

    Ten years ago, Valerie Millette began volunteering for Meals on Wheels.
    “I’d like to say I woke up one day and decided to save the world,” said Millette. “But that’s just not the truth.”

  • Crazy Like A Box

    CUTV Wants You to Speak in its Corner

    Media democracy will now be available at the push of a button.

    Hit the bright red knob, speak into the camera and you’re online. Concordia University Television’s Box Populous is a virtual soapbox, where students can record what’s on their mind into an arcade-style console on the seventh floor of the university’s Hall building.

  • President Lucas Takes Office

    New Concordia Student Union President Doesn’t Believe In ‘Half-assing It’

    Heather Lucas has already made her mark on the Concordia Student Union’s presidential office.

  • Quebec gets peek at president’s tuition plan

    Quebec university students to pay Canadian average for tuition by 2020

    If Concordia President Judith Woodsworth has her way, your tuition might start an eight-year climb in 2012 that will bring it to the Canadian average of $5,000 a year.

  • TAPthirst to fight bottled water on campus

    By January 2011, Concordia could be the first bottled water-free campus in Quebec, if TAPthirst Concordia, a student group lobbying against the privatization of water, has their way.

  • K’naan coming to Concordia

    Award winning hip-hop artist to perform at student union’s orientation

    The quest for a proper venue is finally over.
    After an exhaustive search for a site to host Concordia University’s orientation concert, the Concordia Student Union has secured a spot in its own backyard. The concert, which features Canadian artists K’naan and Chromeo, will take place outdoors at the Loyola Quad on Sept. 9.

  • Student Union loans $45,000 to volunteer program

    Little opposition on council to use of presidential decree

    Prince Ralph Osei’s last presidential decree in office was approved on the evening of Aug. 23 as the Concordia Student Union Council endorsed a $45,000 loan to the Concordia Volunteer Abroad Program.