Opinions

  • Nah’msayin?

    Welcome Back, Motherfuckers

    Okay, someone’s got to ask what everyone is thinking: what the hell are we all doing here? It’s January 3rd! Why are we back in school already?

  • Editorial

    Transparency Needed at Concordia’s Board

    The fall semester claimed a final victim before students returned to university this week, clearing out the last of Concordia’s big names.First Kathy Assayag, the fundraising whiz, departed under a cloud.

  • Safe Injection Sites: Aiding Addiction In What Way?

    Say what you will about the safe injection site slated to open in Montreal next summer—with or without the approval of the provincial government

  • Sex and Pancakes

    Dear Melissa,
    Men’s ejaculate taste varies based on the diet, right? Does the same apply to women’s fluid?
    —Aftertaste

  • Little Mosque in the City

    Everybody knows honesty is the way to a reader’s heart; so to be honest, when I noticed that the Society for Arts and Technology nightclub’s new dome renovations resembled—too closely for it to be a coincidence—the neighbouring Al-Ummah Mosque’s design, my first reaction was to ignite disapproval among Montrealers against the club’s revamped exterior.

  • Editorial

    A Dire State

    Last week, for the second time in less than a year, a clear majority of Concordia students voted no.
    No to real estate decisions made without student input. No to speeding up the process on a long term, potentially volatile and unprecedented commercial contract. No to increasing fees to fund a $50 million stab at student space.

  • WikiLeaks Unleashes ‘Cablegate’

    Largest Release of Secret U.S. Documents in History

    After almost a weekend of international political nailbiting, the quarter-million-document “Cablegate” dump has finally been published, bringing to the surface a plethora of nauseating international political realities.

  • CSU Councillor Speaks Out Against Student Union Building

    Students will be voting on increasing the fee to the Student Centre Project from Nov. 23-25. As a civic responsibility, it is imperative that all students vote and have a say as to whether they want to make this a reality now or in the unforeseeable future.
  • Sir George, Where Art Thou Space?

    Do you approve to increase the Union Building Fund component (currently at $2.00 per credit) of the Concordia Student Union membership fees each Fall, Winter and Summer semester incrementally by 50 cent per credit over five semesters, beginning in the Winter 2010 semester and ending in the Summer 2012, whereas the fees will be collected in accordance with university tuition and refund policy?

  • Former President Praises Student Union Building

    Students will be voting on increasing the fee to the Student Centre Project from Nov. 23-25. As a civic responsibility, it is imperative that all students vote and have a say as to whether they want to make this a reality now or in the unforeseeable future.