A look at some of the events of Wednesday's Council meeting
A great deal was accomplished at the CSU meeting held Wednesday June 12. The meeting ran for a record long 10 hours, during which time multiple committee and senate appointments were made, a new chairperson was chosen and the 2013-2014 budget was approved.
This was the second meeting of the newly-elected Executive and Council, and although... →
Concordia’s deficit means courses and faculty will be subject to cuts
In an effort to reduce the university’s costs, Chief Financial Officer Patrick Kelley told members of Concordia’s Board of Governors that there needs to be fewer courses and sections offered to students. Kelley explained at the June 7 meeting that this is a necessary measure for the university to meet its deficit targets.... →
L.A. Trip-Hop rips it up at the electronic festival
Audience members crowded the room at the Societé des Arts Technologiques last Saturday night as Jennifer Lee, stage name TOKiMONSTA, prepared for her 11 p.m. MUTEK festival set.Quickly introducing herself, she wished the crowd a fun night and immediately began pumping out heavy bass-filled electronic grooves
With one or two technological... →
The Concordian is seeking a student to fill the position of Online Managing Editor.
The Online Managing Editor will be responsible for curating and creating content for theconcordian.com, while working with the Editor-in-Chief to recruit writers and manage online content for quality and adherence to Canadian Press style. This person... →
Italian electronica duo melts faces at the Telus Theatre
There are two types of Bloody Beetroots concertgoers in this world: those who flock to a local venue to bump to their DJ set, and those who are able to witness the magnitude of a raw, thrashing, deafening, honest-to-God instrumental live show – an experience denoted by the addition of the phrase “Death Crew 77” to the trademark Beetroots... →
The expansion of ridesharing service, Kangaride, may be the answer for budget conscious travellers
“One round-trip student ticket to Ottawa, please,” I said to the man behind the ticket window. He checked my student ID card and then asked for $60.
“60?” I said, incredulous, as if maybe I hadn’t heard him right.
He confirmed that yes, that was the price. I shrugged. I hadn’t gone to Ottawa by bus in a while, but I couldn’t remember... →