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Remembering WWII hero Raoul Wallenberg, the man who saved 100,000 lives

Remembering WWII hero Raoul Wallenberg, the man who saved 100,000 lives

October 21, 2014

Concordia's Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies commemorates his peacekeeping legacy on October 29.

Botanic gardens lead the way in biodiversity conservation and eco-citizenry

Botanic gardens lead the way in biodiversity conservation and eco-citizenry

October 15, 2014

Concordia to host the Leaders in Conservation: Botanic Gardens and Biodiversity in the 21st Century conference.

11 new University Research Chairs ‘embody Concordia’s numerous strengths’

11 new University Research Chairs ‘embody Concordia’s numerous strengths’

October 15, 2014

Academics from 4 faculties lead the way in creating and mobilizing knowledge.

Convocation preview: 5 great grads, in numbers

Convocation preview: 5 great grads, in numbers

October 15, 2014

Concordia’s fall class of 2014 offers pearls of wisdom.

Lucid dreams, urban heat islands and other intrigue from undergrads

Lucid dreams, urban heat islands and other intrigue from undergrads

October 15, 2014

50 students from all 4 faculties will be highlighted at the first Undergraduate Research Showcase.

Book your place now for budget conversations on the Loyola Campus

Book your place now for budget conversations on the Loyola Campus

October 15, 2014

Provost and CFO to provide an overview of the 2014-15 budget.



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As environmental factors such as climate change, land degradation and resource scarcity continue to take the forefront on the generation of organized violence, it is essential for decision-makers to reconceptualise the very idea of why individuals decide to take arms,
There is a substantial body of research showing that people of all ages derive a multitude of psychosocial and health benefits from their involvement with pets,
You’re putting a child in a situation where they may have to fend off an aggressor, where they may have to fend off someone whose intentions are not really to buy a chocolate,
When I pick up the guitar, I just forget about the world for a little while. Music is also great because you can share it with other people, that's what it is all about,


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Beyond the Headlines 2013
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