Concordia’s Current Climate and Lack of Communication are Unacceptable
Who can these people in a vulnerable situation confide to if not the university when it comes to addressing this problem?
JMSB Programs’ Hikes Repeat Pattern of Profiting Off International Students
Tuition hikes add to financial precarity.
Voluntourism is White Saviorism at Work
People want to make a difference, but don’t want to put in the effort of understanding what would make an actual difference.
Spring Is the Best Season and You Can’t Tell Me Otherwise
Spring is a time for renewal, and boy do I feel renewed.
Non-Binary, Trans Students and Sexual Assault Survivors Deserve to Feel Respected
While Concordia claims to be a space inclusive to all, there are still measures that need to be taken by the university to ensure this is actually the case.
The Joys and Struggles of Binding
Binders have their problems, but today I love myself thanks to it.
A People’s History of Canada Column
Canada isn’t the land where everything is nice and perfect, like some may think it is.
Learn About the Complex and Varied Experiences of Sexually Submissive Men
What is lacking about the mainstream depictions of BDSM is variety.
A Love Letter to the Agency We Have Left
A stocked fridge and pantry feels like a victory, but also like a promise.
Despite Its Efforts, Concordia Has a Long Way to Go
Concordia lacks perspective, and it lacks valid Indigenous education.
Beyond Price Crashes, Forgotten Passwords Could Be the Greatest Danger
The single password to access a sizeable portion of the assets which QuadrigaCX holds for its users was stored in only one place—Cotten’s noggin.