Food Services Questions Pass Overwhelmingly
The Concordia Student Union’s once dwindling council has eleven new councillors—including two directly connected to the referendum question which received the most votes during this week’s byelections.
Ongoing Defederation Attempts Prompt Multi-School Protest in Ottawa
Demonstrators from Concordia and nine other schools converged on the Canadian Federation of Students’ annual general meeting in Ottawa yesterday to protest what they say amounts to a lobster trap—student unions can enter the CFS, but they cannot get out.
Jaggi Singh Appears in First Hearing to Render Bylaw Unconstitutional
A coordinator for a Concordia fee-levy group is gearing up to challenge Montreal municipal bylaw P-6 in court.
Business School Group Gets Festive for Charity
Americans have yet to sit down for Thanksgiving dinner, but thanks to a John Molson departmental student association’s second annual toy drive, Santa and his elves were on hand at Concordia on Thursday—if only for an afternoon.
The Referenda and Levies
The Link boils down the Concordia Student Union’s byelection referendum and fee levy questions.
‘Illegal’ ‘No’ Campaign Unveiled Just Before Byelections
The last time undergraduates went to the polls, support for the Concordia Food Coalition seemed to be unilateral.
Demonstrators Take to the Streets While PM Stephen Harper Speaks to the Board of Trade
When Stephen Harper comes to town, it rarely goes unnoticed.
Finance and Investment Students’ Association Hosts Lively Stock Exchange Simulation
The John Molson School of Business building’s lobby had all the makings of a real-life stock exchange on Saturday.
Arts and Science Undergrads Elect New VP Finance, VP External Affairs and Sustainability, Independent Councillor
With the ballots cast and tallied, only two per cent of the roughly 18,000 Arts and Science undergraduates voted in last week’s faculty byelection.
Concordia to Host Symposium Offering Interdisciplinary Look into our Sustained Future
When it comes to sustainability, human rights might not be the first thing that comes to mind.