The Blame Game: Concordia, International Tuition, and How the Government’s Austerity Policy is the Problem

Concordia’s international students should not have to suffer tuition hikes because of the university, but in turn, the university should not be forced to make difficult financial decisions as a result of austerity measures implemented by the provincial government.

  • Nah’msayin

    The World Sucks, But Your Friends Don’t

    I don’t really know anything, but I love my friends, and while that doesn’t make things okay, it makes it feel okay, and that’s something, right?

  • Is Homeopathy Legit?

    It’s more apparent than ever that these practices are nothing more than organic, gluten-free snake oil.

  • Mental Squeeze: Furry Remedies

    Pet Therapy Relieves Student Stress

    Animal-assisted therapy is a field that has not been thoroughly examined by science, though there are studies being done to explore the benefits of it on emotional, physical and cognitive difficulties in humans.

  • CATs Evaluates Shepard’s First term as President

    We, Concordia Against Tribunals, thought it would be a “purrrfect” time to grade Shepard’s actions, inactions and decisions over the past few years just as we are graded on our assignments each semester.

  • Kanye West and Cultures of Hatred

    What’s Up With Hating Ye?

    We, as a culture, hate many things.

  • Editorial

    Concordia Admin Needs to Review the ABCs of Communication

    Concordia administration needs to deal with its serious inconsistencies in planning, assigning, withholding and unnecessarily prolonging tribunals.

  • Know Your Rights as an Intern in Canada

    Interns who have worked without pay can send in an Employment Standards or a Complaints Registration form to the company they’ve interned for, in order to recoup minimum wages for whatever hours they have worked.

  • Rules to Roll By

    A Speculative Look at a Canadian Cannabis Policy

    Let’s review some critical pieces of the debate to tease out what a sensible cannabis policy might look like.

  • Chomp Some Cheap Chow

    Canada’s Rising Food Prices Need to Chill

    I set out to find some solid alternatives to the major league grocery stores who are jacking up the prices. This ain’t gonna be your typical Sunday trip to the market—think of it more like a cheap food scavenger hunt that will send you all over the city.

  • Editorial: Canada Needs a to Give Homelessness a Formal Address

    Though Canada’s intentions may be good, homelessness will remain a systemic problem until we return it to the political table, and make it a serious part of the public conversation.