''I had absolutely no idea that it would be that bad.''
That's how Mei-Ling, an anonymous former student politician, describes working at Concordia's Arts and Science Federation of Associations, a body that represents over 15,000 students.
Now she's filing a complaint to the Quebec Human Rights Commission for discrimination and harassment.
In March 2014, Mei-Ling sat down at one of the communal computers in the ASFA office for printing. That's when she noticed the vice-president of social affairs was still logged onto Facebook. And she found conversations about her between him and the president of the association.