After Altercation in Session, CSU Unsure Whether They’ll Sign Off on James Hanna
Concordia Student Union councillor James Hanna has been told he failed mandatory consent training that all councillors have to complete by Oct.1. No councillor had ever failed this training since it was put in place during the 2016-2017 academic year.
After a Winter of Sexual Misconduct Allegations, Office of Rights and Responsibilities Sees Hike in Complaints
Concordia has reported has reported a hike in complaints of sexual assault and sexual harassment.
Police Need to be Investigated, Says Anti-Police Brutality Activist
Truth, justice and accountability. Bridget Tolley found herself repeating these words several times during Monday night’s 9th annual vigil for victims of police brutality.
March Calls for Higher Welfare and More Social Housing From New Quebec Government
For the 29th annual Night of the Homeless, hundreds marched on Friday night to bring awareness to the city’s homeless—not only to the public, but government officials too.
With Changes in Academic Standing, She’ll No Longer Fight For Her Seat
CSU General Coordinator Sophie Hough-Martin announced today that she’ll no longer need to fight for her seat on Concordia’s Senate and Board of Governors.
CSU and UTILE Looking to Open by Fall 2019 or January 2020
Last winter then-Mayor of Montreal Denis Coderre announced the city would contribute $500,000 to the Woodnote Housing Cooperative. Last Tuesday, the city’s Executive Committee approved tripling the donation, making it a total of $1.6 million towards the project.
Policy was Voted Unanimously, On Hiatus Since February
The Arts and Science Federation of Association unanimously passed a sexual assault and racial discrimination policy during their council meeting Thursday night.
Policy Aims to Be More Survivor Centred Unlike Previous Policy
*A deeper look into ASFA’s new harassment, discrimination and violence policy, which aims to be more survivor centred. Unlike the former policy, survivors will not be required to meet with their accused harassor or the person who has discriminated them. *
Graham Carr Presentation Derailed, Councillors Raise Questions on Student Representation
The Concordia Student Union council had Provost and Vice-President, Academic Affairs for Concordia Graham Carr in attendance. Carr’s presence on Wednesday night prompted a discussion regarding student representation within Senate and the Board of Governors.
KnowledgeOne, Creators of eConcordia, Accused of Racism and Homophobia
Former KnowledgeOne employee, the company responsible for eConcordia, has accused the company for months of racial and homophobic discrimination. Former employee Muhammad* accused employees and CEO of the company for mocking his race, religion, sexuality and his level of French.*