Protest ends peacefully by joining anti-PEGIDA islamophobic protest....Read More »
On Thursday March 26, the general assembly of Concordia’s Graduate Students’ Association failed to maintain quorum to deal with any business for the third, arguably fourth, time in a row. The only motions dealt with were minutes and an incomplete amendment an Austerity motion that is on the agenda since October and then quorum was...Read More »
The annual Austin festival welcomed some of Montreal’s greatest
By Mia Pearson, Music Editor and Oneida Crawford, Assistant Music Editor
This year’s SXSW wrapped-up on Sunday, but it’s not too late to put together a top 5 list of talented Montreal musicians who flocked Southwest to shine on the Southern stages.
Held annually ...Read More »
Montrealer wins prestigious TELIO competition
Five years ago, if you asked up-and-coming designer Emma Litvack what she wanted to do with her life, she would have said she wanted a career in international relations.
Litvack has always shot for the stars and singlemindedly gone after what she wanted, and at one time, what she wanted was...Read More »
While the U.S. has been taken over by university basketball fever as of late, Canada had their own version of March Madness.
While the U.S. has been taken over by university basketball fever as of late, Canada had their own version of March Madness. From March 12-15, the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) hosted its annual Final 8 men’s...Read More »
The spring training atmosphere is a constant reminder of what Montreal is missing
It’s a Sunday afternoon in early March. For most Montrealers, it’s a time that can be described as a final whiff of winter. Perhaps it’s still cold enough to tie up your skates one more time and head out to shoot some puck on your neighbourhood rink, or...Read More »
Your weekly roundup of sports news ending March 24rd, 2015.
It is (nearly) impossible to perfectly predict a NCAA March Madness basketball tournament bracket. Heading into the tournament, ESPN had reportedly 11.57 million bracket entries. After the last game had been played on Saturday, March 21, none of those brackets...
Questionable decisions made recently by management make it hard to care about the team
The Montreal Impact made history two weeks ago when they became the first Canadian soccer team to win a two-legged series against a Mexican opponent in the CONCACAF Champions League on Tuesday, after tying Pachuca 1-1 at the Olympic Stadium on March...Read More »
The English translation of the iconic play examines sex and identity in 1970s Montreal
Although Michel Tremblay’s remarkable play, Hosanna, hails from the 1970s, it has lost none of its relevance or poignancy. This perplexing play has been catapulted into the 21st century by Director Mike Payette and his incredible cast at Tableau...Read More »
The curator of Warhol Mania explains that pop art attracts new faces
A private collection of Andy Warhol prints on display at Montreal’s Museum of Fine Arts has succeeded in attracting a new demographic.
The exhibit strays from what has been presented at the museum in the last year. In the 2014 season, museum-goers were treated to retrospectives...Read More »
A Concordia protégé assists in the direction of the Centaur’s The Envelope
Concordia theatre student Mitchell Cohen has had a unique opportunity to work closely with the artistic team of a new play premiering at the Centaur Theatre March 24.
Cohen has been involved with The Envelope, written and directed by Montreal playwright ...Read More »
Documentary explores the censorship of Russia’s LGBTQ population
Back in 2013, Russian president Vladimir Putin passed a bill prohibiting the promotion or “propaganda” of non-traditional sexual unions to minors. Under the law, the young LGBTQ population is told, on a regular basis, that their sexual preferences make them...Read More »