Details of the Complaints Not Yet Disclosed
The statement doesn’t specify whether an investigation has been launched, saying only that “the university cannot comment on specific allegations or investigations” and that it will “continue to address concerns that have been raised by individuals who have come forward.”
Suong Van Hoa Finds Way of Speeding Up Process
Concordia University professor and engineer, Suong Van Hoa, has conceived a quicker 4D printing method of manufacturing composite materials.
Revisiting Concordia’s Sexual Violence Problem
Many say Concordia’s response to sexual violence has been lackluster at best, here’s a look as to why that is:
How a Hobby Became a Life-Time Passion for Corey Fleischer
Corey Fleischer’s main tool against hate is a high pressure power washer.
Fee Levy Increase Voted Down Again
The Arts and Science Federation of Associations elections have come to a close and its executive team has been restructured. Instead of having presidents and vice-presidents, ASFA has shifted into a non-hierarchical structure with coordinators at the helm.
Speak Up Disqualified, ACT Sweeps Executive Positions
With the ballots counted, the Accessibility, Community, Transparency slate has won all executive positions for the Concordia Student Union executive team. Quorum for the election was 450. According to the unofficial results about 1,200 of Concordia’s 35,000 undergraduate students voted.
Undergraduate Consultation Notice “Pretty Hush”
Concordia’s Task Force on Sexual Misconduct is in the midst of its public consultations, with the undergraduate consultation running yesterday at the Grey Nuns’ Residence.
CASA Board of Directors Approves After Year-Long Probation Period
The John Molson Women in Leadership group is officially a subsidiary of the Commerce and Administration Student Association.
Fee Levy Question and Executive Restructure on the Ballot
Voting for the Arts and Science Federation of Associations begins Tuesday and ends Thursday. ASFA represents about 20,000 students within Concordia’s Arts and Science faculty. This year, ASFA is attempting to increase their fee levy, and change their by-laws. Quorum for the election is 370.
Two Full Slates Running for the Student Association’s Top Spots
Voting for the Arts and Sciences Federation of Associations’ elections begins March 27 and runs until the 29. ASFA represents about 20,000 students within Concordia’s Arts and Science programs. This year, ASFA is attempting to restructure their executive positions through referendum. All but two positions are contested. Quorum for the election is 370.