To Boldly Go Where No Students Have Gone Before
Space Concordia prepares to launch a liquid fuelled rocket in hopes of beating world records.
The Centre for Gender Advocacy Will Reveal Its Recommendations in May
The Mapping Project will gather data from students to make university more accessible.
New Learning Opportunity Bridges Journalism and the Sciences
Science students will soon have the opportunity to add a journalism minor to their degree.
Empowerment Fund Will Provide Financial Aid to Queer Concordia Students
Queer Concordia’s new scholarship and empowerment fund aim will bring financial aid to queer students in need.
Holocaust and Rwandan Genocide Survivors Spoke to Fight Hatred
Last Wednesday Concordia commemorated the three year anniversary of the 2017 Quebec City Mosque shooting.
Motion to Amend Bylaws and Letters Patent Passed by Council
A CSU closed session meeting confirmed another referendum will be held during this semester’s elections to determine if the student council will be reorganized.
No Appointment Has Been Made Since Resignation of Selena Mezher Last Summer
Seven months after the resignation of Selena Mezher, the CSU is still without a Sustainability Coordinator.
The Ad Hoc Fee Levy Committee Will Look Into Implementation of Online Opt Out
The CSU has formed a committee to look into the finer points of implementing an online opt out from fee levy groups.
Protesters Urge Trudeau to Say No to US Involvement in Iran
Hundreds of Montrealers gathered to protest US involvement in Iran and demand Prime Minister Trudeau remove Canadian troops from the country.
Tensions Between Iran and US Fuel Conversation
The rising tensions in Iran lead the discussion hosted by Socialist Fightback. While they cannot fix Iran’s problems themselves, they hope this discussion will encourage attendees to create change in their own lives.