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Yves Engler | While portraying a rather modest week of solidarity events as hateful, a reporter ignored how a well-funded Concordia institute has engaged in an effort to erase Palestinians from historical memory.
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Michelle Pucci | When a student politician was harassed online, her subsequent road to retribution was not made simple.
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Scott Neigh | Julie Michaud talks about a student campaign against sexual and gender violence at Concordia University and the important victory it recently won.
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Centre for Gender Advocacy | In response to a campaign spearheaded by Concordia's Centre for Gender Advocacy, Concordia University has announced they are establishing a Sexual Assault Resource Centre.
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Adam Bemma | #CityTalk hears from Amy Barrington, the organizer of a weekly public mini-market downtown Montreal. Marche Locale offers local organic produce grown within a 100-mile radius.
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Dan Kellar, [email protected] Radio | We look at resistance to the neo-liberal austerity in Quebec, resistance to the children's aid society in Kitchener, and a doc on how to "rob" a bank.
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Peter Driftmier | Student unions representing nearly 200,000 students are on strike across Quebec, protesting a planned tuition increase of 75 per cent. Rushdia Mehreen is a graduate student at Concordia.
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The Link, The McGill Daily, Le Delit | The Link, The McGill Daily and Le Delit come together for a special issue newspaper about the Quebec student strike and trying to keep education accessible.
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Eric Shragge | Supporters of the Azrieli Institute argue that it will be politically neutral and judge projects, speakers and visiting professorships exclusively on academic merit.
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Nick Falvo | In August, I blogged about controversy surrounding Concordia University's Board of Governors, in which some board members had been micromanaging some of the university's day-to-day operations.
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Nick Falvo | A report on governance at Concordia University paints a picture of a rogue Board of Governors that ignored its own rules, undermined its president, and micro-managed the operations of the university.
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Jacob Roberts | Another anti-police brutality protest devolved into vandalism and mass arrests on March 15, as 258 protesters were taken away by Montreal's riot squad.