Still Confused About How, When, Where, and Who to Vote for? We’ve Got You Covered
All the commotion surrounding election time can be a little off-putting. Bureaucracy and indecision tend to pile on and often discourage young voters who aren’t prepared. So take a look at our election survival guide to get to the bottom of some of the most burning questions surrounding the complex world of voting.
Self-Liberating Multimedia Project ‘Lavender’ Is a Disruptive Celebration of the Authentic Female Body
She created a “self-liberating” project, as she described it, exposing her chest hair in a brave, poised way all while embracing her femininity.
Turns Out, Anyone Can Have Their Picture on a Plastic Sign
Name recognition is one of the most important factors in a candidate’s campaign success.
A Non-Exhaustive Analysis of the Provincial Government’s Achievements Since Coming Into Power
In the midst of controversy around secularism and the tightening of immigration and cannabis laws, other plans seemed to have fallen through the cracks.
Making it Through University on a Budget
Paul Gott knows what it’s like to be a struggling student.
Here’s the Lowdown on the Last Few Years of Concordia’s Politics
Understanding student politics atConcordia means getting down with over 100 clubs and an intricate government system, and that can be… complicated to say the least?
The Tiers of the Porcelain Palaces of Concordia
Concordia’s bathrooms are so decrepit and unsanitary that an entire student union slate won on a platform centred around demanding better bathroom conditions.
What Fans Can Expect From Concordia’s Varsity Teams
Who Are the Concordia Stingers?
Where to Gay It Up, From Morning to Night
Attention, LGBTQ+ friends! There’s a world of queer pleasures and possibilities outside of the Gay Village! Get off at Papineau metro, walk underneath the Ste. Catherine St. E. rainbow-coloured skyline until you reach Berri-UQAM—and never look back.
Journalists Reflect on The Future of The Beat and Where It’s Going
Investigations into poor working conditions have become rare in Canada. With few labour reporters left in mainstream news media, the beat has diminished over the last 25 years, but many still have hope in its future.