Caterpillar studies? Clive Cussler? Concordia students, staff and faculty share their favourite tomes for the hammock.
Sonia Trudel brings extensive expertise in finance and accounting.
The fluctuating price of petroleum leaves U.S. defence budgets compromised, Concordia research shows.
Coca-Cola Canada will provide beverage services at Concordia, starting this summer.
Next steps involve ratification and approval.
Music instructor Dave Turner recalls 35 years of playing with the greats.
A funeral service for the late associate general counsel will take place Saturday, June 27.
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In the last quarter century, conflicts in over 30 countries have involved recurrent attacks on schools and subsequent adoption of these facilities into military “bases, barracks, firing positions and armouries.” What is most astonishing, and disturbing, is that the militarization of schools technically renders them, under international law, legitimate targets for attack “even if students and teachers remain on site.
Kyle Matthews and Noah Schouela, Oslo Conference on Safe Schools.
Since 9/11, the myth of religious violence has taken on the status of unquestioned wisdom, a set of ideas that comedians impart to susceptible audiences and that politicians purvey to great advantage. Increasing unfamiliarity with the history and claims of various religions in our society suggests that atheist pundits have willing ears to hear how religion supposedly threatens our way of life. Few have engaged in the difficult task of digging into the truth of the matter.
Paul Allen, challenging the myth that religion is violent.
On a beaucoup de produits qui sont vraiment spécifiques au Québec et qu’on apprend à transformer. Maintenant, le terme « terroir », si on veut se l’approprier légalement par une indication géographique protégée, il faut se rassembler. Il faut que les producteurs essaient de s’entendre sur leur manière de produire.
Anaïs Détolle, les assises du terroir québécois.
It is not that libido problems in women have been resistant to treatment. It is that (the U.S. Food and Drug Administration) has been resistant, first to the idea that low sexual desire in women was an unmet medical need, and second that a drug might actually stimulate desire, much like a sexual priming cue would do. It took a while [...] to get them on board with the idea.
Jim Pfaus, do we need a “Female Viagra”?