Legault’s Timing Is Particularly Revolting Considering Quebec’s Recent Mosque Shooting Vigils
Saying Quebec doesn’t have an Islamophobia problem is just plain wrong and disrespectful of Quebec’s Muslim communities any other week of the year.
New Service Meets a Crucial Need for Student ParentsThe campus daycare poses a positive step in helping lessen the burden and making Concordia a more accessible institution.
Social Media Has Become the Best and Worst Part of Our Lives
We have created this preconceived notion that we are one like, repost, share, and comment away from a satisfied perfection
Students Need More Say in How Their Own Money is Spent
University administrators should not be in a position to decide if student unions are “essential” enough to deserve reliable funding.
Why Is Quebec So Square About Cannabis?
One aspect of legalization got me a little excited, and that was the idea of all these cool new weed-related products and paraphernalia we would see in the months-to-years after.
It’s Time to Ditch Eurocentric Art Classes
‘‘How many of you feel underrepresented in your art history classes?’ and it was both overwhelming and sad to see how many people raised their hands,”
We Can’t Keep Ignoring Students With Addiction Issues
Last week, the Concordia Student Union kickstarted a plan to begin a conversation about addiction with the Concordia community.
It’s Been a Week and I’m Already Exhausted
It’s a pretty bad sign when the bus has become my second bed.
The Confrontations With the Wet’suwet’en Nation Show the Federal Government Isn’t Interested in Real Reconciliation
With the entire world watching, Canada can no longer hold themselves up as this ultimate utopian purveyor of human rights.
Youth Need to be Educated on Substance Abuse and Mental Illness
From a young age to well into our later years, our education system seems to be working against our mental health and, at times, our physical health.