• Identical Fees, Unequal Access

    No Progress Towards Fund for Disabled Students at ConU

    Undergraduate students at Concordia pay $1.85 per credit in membership fees to the Concordia Student Union. In return, the CSU claims to represent all of its members…

  • Student Union President Resigns

    Citing Health Reasons, Laforest Steps Down

    With less than three months left in the school year, the Concordia Student Union has lost its elected president.

  • Idle No More Protest Retraces History in Montreal Streets

    Protest Route Maps Shared Native and Non-Native Landmarks

    An all-ages group of demonstrators supporting the Idle No More movement weaved through downtown Montreal by the dozens Sunday afternoon.

  • Plan Nord Protesters Demonstrate in Montreal

    Protest Puts Emphasis on Indigenous Solidarity and Anti-Capitalism

    As a snow storm blew over Montreal…

  • No Field, No Problem

    Urban Agriculture Movement Gaining Ground at ConU

    You don’t need a field to build a farm. The urban agriculture movement, once considered radical, has been steadily gaining momentum, perhaps for the simple fact that the principles at its core are…

  • CSU Councillor Resigns Over Conflict of Interest

    Ramy Khoriaty Steps Down For Violating Union Standing Regulations

    Less than an hour before a hearing to decide his fate, Concordia Student Union councillor Ramy Khoriaty resigned Monday evening for being in conflict with the union’s standing regulations.

  • No Words From the (Potential) Provost

    ConU President Proposes Passing Up on Provost Speech

    Concordia President Alan Shepard wants to suspend university bylaws in order to allow provost candidates to forgo the current practice of a required public speech.

  • Dollars & Cents

    ConU’s Admin, Unions Receiving Markedly Different Increases

    Their salaries are vastly different in dollar value, but senior administrators and unionized employees at Concordia are receiving similar pay hikes each year…

  • Allegations of Cliquism and Discrimination in One of Quebec’s Student Federations

    ASSÉ Committee Resigns, Cites Lack of Inclusiveness

    On Feb. 1, the ASSE’s three-member Comité aux luttes sociales, a committee for social struggles, resigned en masse…

  • From Strike to Boycott

    ASSÉ Unlikely to Attend Higher Education Summit

    Barring a complete turnaround by higher education minister Pierre Duchesne, the Association pour une solidarité syndicale étudiante will not be attending Quebec’s summit on higher education.