Saadi Was Responsible for Bomb Hoax at the University Last March
Hisham Saadi, the man responsible for issuing bomb threats to Concordia University in March of 2017, was sentenced to 18 months in prison Friday afternoon.
Students Imagine a Student-Run Food Provider on Campus
Students are campaigning for a more healthy and autonomous food system at Concordia. The contract for Aramark, Concordia’s current food provider, will be ending in 2020.
District 3, Hidden in the Faubourg Building, Has Advanced 386 Businesses So Far
District 3 is a startup incubator which has provided help to 386 businesses so far. Both students and non-students are able to seek aid from District 3.
Apple iPhones May Be Post-Human But They’re Not Post-Gender
As technology advances, sexism prevails within the industry. An example can be seen in the use of Siri or Alexa, which maintain female voices in a secretarial role.
Hisham Saadi Was Stressed Ahead of Two Exams in Three Days
Hisham Saadi’s sentencing ran throughout Monday afternoon. Saadi was convicted this past June after issuing a bomb threat to Concordia University in March 2017.
School of Engineering and Computer Science Becomes First to Be Named After a Woman
Concordia’s first woman to earn a PhD in building engineering at Concordia donated $15 million to Concordia University and the Engineering Faculty on Monday afternoon, which is now being named the Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science.
Concordia Committed to Family Friendly University
Supporting student parents on campus will be a priority for the Concordia Student Union. The CSU will be working with Concordia to implement new policies for student parents on campus.
How Cultural Genocide Affects Today’s Access to Healthcare for Indigenous People
To kickstart Indigenous Awareness week, McGill’s Indigenous Health Profession Program and the Social Equity and Diversity Education Office organized a panel to discuss the racism in healthcare and education.
All But One Party, the Liberals, Promote Access to Free Education for Quebecers
When talking about free education at Friday night’s debate, Liberal Party candidate David Birnbaum looked frustrated, stressing that free education is “totally unrealistic,” right before slamming his fist on the table.
Parties Also Reveal Their Plan for Newcomers, Climate Change and Education
If there was any uncertainty about what has taken over the election campaign since it first started Quebecers were reminded after Monday night’s English language debate. Throughout the debate—the first ever televised—the topic of immigration continued to take centre stage.