CSU Senate active again

The Concordia Student Union’s Senate of Faculty Associations has been revived after a history of problems between the CSU and the faculties.
Senate has not met since 1996 and the revival was sparked when the faculties showed a renewed interest in senate. Some argue that senate is something positive, but others have concerns.
“The Arts and Science Faculty Association (ASFA) and I felt strongly that we wanted to get a voice, since we don

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