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Your school, Our school

by Archives September 4, 2007

The school and the city we are a part of are undergoing a new look. Concordia University starts its first full year with the new logo, and Montreal has more cracks appearing daily than acne on a pubescent teenager.
The school year is upon us, and I want to welcome back returning students and say a big welcome to all new students and thank you for picking up The Concordian. I hope you enjoyed our little student guides throughout the paper.
In January, The Concordian will be celebrating 25 years of serving the Concordia community. The goal of the paper now is the same as it was in 1983 – to let you know what is going on at both campuses and to report on what students are interested in reading.
Whether it is a new club that wants some attention, or a student doing something that should be noticed, The Concordian will be there. And if you have something that should be getting our attention, then don’t be shy to let us know about it.
We want to make sure that everybody at Concordia knows where to turn when they want their story heard. We want to make sure that everybody at Concordia knows where to turn when they want information about things that concern them.
In addition to the newspaper, The Concordian in conjunction with Concordia’s radio station CJLO, will be bringing you The Concordian Hour, a weekly look at events happening around campus with thoughts from the people it affects. Listen to it Monday’s from 3 – 4 p.m.
Our doors are always open. If you would like to drop by to see how the production process works, you can attend our weekly meetings Wednesdays at 5:30 p.m. The meetings take place at our office at the Loyola Campus in CC-431 (through the G-Lounge and next to CJLO).
While you’re here, don’t be shy to pitch ideas. Of course, if you want to come in and blast us for something we did or didn’t do, you’re free to do so because all feedback is welcome.
We’ve always prided ourselves on being fair and balanced on all issues, but we want to identify with all our readers no matter what you’re studying or what your interests are.
We’re here to inform you because you are Concordia.

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