The Wisdom of Ages
They’re a sort of time-travelling RoboCop of the classroom. They fear not the social codes that keep the rest of us strictly bound. They boldly speak where no twenty-something has dared to speak before. Yes, I’m talking about over-talkative mature students.
Press on! / Ça presse!
Say yes to the press. Starting tomorrow, McGill students will be asked to vote to keep The McGill Daily and its French counterpart Le Délit alive.
Concordia Needs a Sexual Assault Centre—Now
Concordia students are not known for their apathy. Generally, we choose to take a stand.
ConU Admin Says No to Two-Track Tuition
Over the years, Concordia University has developed a knack for finding its name in headlines and articles loaded with words like “corruption,” “mismanagement” and “controversy.”
The Slumbering, Blundering Council
A few councillors have complained that we are not covering the Concordia Student Union enough. It’s not our job to make the council newsworthy, but they probably have a point.
National Native Chief Atleo Likely to Face Anger After Sick Leave
After the largely ceremonial “working meeting” between First Nations leaders and the federal government last week, Assembly of First Nations National Chief Shawn Atleo is feeling sick—but for the wrong reasons.
Hashtagging: #You’re #Doing #It #Wrong
Social media is pretty awesome.
Cuts to Research Detrimental to Future of Universities
When the Quebec government announced on Dec. 6 that it would be slashing $31 million from the Fonds de recherche du Québec, they decided to cut the legs from under a sector that is essentially the lifeblood of universities.
This Is Just Not Working Out
Shaun T., I despise you. Jillian Michaels, I don’t like you either.
Idle No More
While we were out, there was something of an awakening across Canada. People all over the country have been gathering to voice their dissent with the status quo when it comes to First Nations poverty and shrinking environmental regulation. The push for a more multilateral and just approach to First Nations policy has inspired thousands to learn more and have their voices heard—and the headlines have followed.