CSU branch pushing for fee levy increase (The Concordian)

Concordia Food Coalition seeks to make food services financially sustainable, student-run In May 2015, Concordia University awarded Aramark Corporation the school’s food services contract, which made the company the main provider of food services on campus. Aramark was brought on with the promise of providing more vegan and fair-trade options over five years, with the […]

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Men’s rugby team crowned RSEQ champions after beating ETS 35-7 (The Concordian)

Perfect season continues as Stingers head to nationals The Concordia Stingers men’s rugby team won the Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec (RSEQ) championship on Nov. 12 at Concordia Stadium. They beat the École de technologie supérieure (ETS) Piranhas in the final, by a score of 35-7. Centre Samuel Montminy led the Stingers with two tries […]

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Philippe Hudon still striving for the NHL after battling OCD (The Concordian)

Stingers hockey captain Philippe Hudon continues to set the bar higher “Coming to Concordia, to be quite honest, it wasn’t planned,” said Philippe Hudon, captain of the Concordia Stingers men’s hockey team. “I wanted to continue playing competitive hockey. I was the one really approaching the team. It was all last second.” While his time […]

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McMaster’s Mackie making his mark on football, community and MCATs (U Sports)

It’s not easy balancing being an academic All-Canadian and full-time football player. Just ask Mark Mackie. “It’s tough. I didn’t do so great in my first year, I had to learn strategies,” says the fifth-year McMaster player. “At the end of the day, it comes down to scheduling, knowing when everything is, getting ahead of […]

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CSU survey: Financial security leads to better grades (The Concordian)

http://theconcordian.com/2017/10/csu-survey-financial-security-leads-to-better-grades/ Council also debates CREM endorsement, increased funding for First Peoples Week The consensus was clear at the last Concordia Student Union (CSU) council meeting: financial security seems to lead to higher grades. A review of the May 2017 General Undergraduate Survey at the latest CSU council meeting revealed that for every $1,000 of debt, […]

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