News

  • Open Season on International Students

    Complaints Against Predatory Landlords are Rising

    Faced with a strange city, a new language and unique laws, Concordia’s international students are falling victim to harassment and exploitation from landlords.

  • Cooling the Sidewalks

    Alumnus Tells Concordia to Shut its Doors

    Despite the MB building, home of the John Molson School of Business, being certified as having an environmentally friendly design, one passing Concordia alumnus spotted a crack in the structure’s environmental façade.

  • A Leap of Faith

    Ahmaddi Muslims Seek Asylum in Montreal

    Montreal’s only Ahmadiyya Mosque is sandwiched between a bakery and a butcher shop north of the Metropolitan highway.

  • Green Streets

    Concordia Student Union to Oversee Greening of Montreal’s Alleys

    The current state of downtown back lanes—often filled with garbage, broken shards of glass and other debris—is about to change for the residents and merchants of Hawarden Avenue and Souvenir Street. Things are about to get a whole lot greener.

  • The Revolving Door?

    Sitting Student Union President Given University Job in June

    During his last month in office, former Concordia Student Union President Amine Dabchy took a part-time job with the university’s department of alumni relations.

  • ‘Show Me the Money!’

    Concordia Administration and Support Staff to Meet for Contract Negotiations

    Contract negotiations between Concordia University and the United Steelworkers union are scheduled to resume on Sept. 22.

  • Lace Up Your Shoes for Africa

    Concordia Students Raise Money for Engineers Without Boarders

    On Sept. 5, students from Concordia University’s engineering faculty got sweaty for a good cause.

  • Rebuilding from the Ruins of War and AIDS

    Concordia Students in Uganda are Increasing their Presence with People and Money

    Thomas Prince stepped out of a plane and onto African soil for the first time in his life last year.

  • A Year of Petitions, 170,000 Students at Risk, the CFS Looks to Stop the Loss

    Windsor Students Look to Quit National Student Lobby Despite Tough New Rules

    A year after the first petitions were printed at 14 universities across Canada to leave the Canadian Federation of Students, a national lobby group that many felt was ineffective and interfering in local student politics, no university has successfully left.

  • Concordia Bookstore Starts Renting Textbooks

    Program Saves Student Money, Time and the Planet

    After a successful pilot program this summer, Concordia Bookstores will be renting textbooks to students this September at 40 per cent of the books’ full price.