Pointe-St-Charles Residents Answer Call for Day of Action
Around a dozen people shut down the train tracks in Pointe-St-Charles on Tuesday, as a motion of solidarity with the Indigenous-led struggle against the Dakota Access Pipeline. Approximately 50 more protesters listened to speeches in nearby Parc de la Congregation as the rails were blocked.
Velo-Quebec Project Manager Said Montreal Needs Bike Path “Reflex”
“We’re tired of promises, we’re tired of plans, we’re tired of PR. We want actions,” said organizer Nathan McDonnell.“Every year 700 cyclists are sent to the hospital, and 1,200 pedestrians just in Montreal.”
The Concordia Student Union by-elections run this week from Nov. 15-17. Quorum for the by-election is 450 undergrad students.
Meet Your Candidates
Seven students are running for the five available Arts and Sciences student council seats. There are three council seats for students from the John Molson School of Business and one person running. No students are running for the one Fine Arts council seat or for the two open independent council seats.
Study Shows That Your Experience is More Than the Sum of Your Parts
The research takes both a clinical and historical approach to understand how females experience orgasms from multiple sites—the clitoris, the vagina, the nipples or the cervix, or others—and why that fact has been disregarded in older orgasm research.
Concordia’s Black Studies Conference Highlights the Life of Louise Langdon
“All study is Black study,” said Nene Konaté, an organizer of Black Studies at Concordia.
Also: Some Committees Not Reaching Quorum
The Concordia Student Union’s Orientation was a success, according to Student Life Coordinator Rachel Gauthier. The CSU’s budget was $160,000, but orientation cost only $117,388.45, meaning that there was a $42,611.55 surplus.
Student Association Set to Ask For 12-Cent Raise in Upcoming By-Election
The Arts and Sciences Federation of Associations will once again attempt to raise its fee levy to $1.34 in it upcoming by-elections on Nov. 28 to 30.
Two Special Advisors Hired to Develop Indigenous Programs at the University
As special advisors to Concordia provost Graham Carr, Elizabeth Fast and Charmaine Lyn are excited about the opportunity to engage with Indigenous staff and students, in response to Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s call to action.
SPVM Cops Usher Away Pro-Trump Couple
Around 150 protesters marched through Montreal on the evening of Nov. 9 to denounce United States president-elect Donald J. Trump.