‘Use your voice and never be afraid to speak up.’
In honour of Black History Month, notable Concordians shared their words of wisdom.
It’s official! Concordia is a top Montreal employer — again
The university is recognized for its response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sean Henry, BA 01, is new host of CBC Montreal’s Daybreak
The journalism grad voices the weekday morning radio show.
No guts, no glory for filmmaker Amelia Moses, BFA 16
The Concordia grad is focused on female-driven horror films.
From Grey Cup champion to coach
Veteran receiver Sylvain Girard, BSc 99, got his start with the Concordia Stingers.
Coalition Avenir Québec welcomes Sarah Beaumier, BComm 05, as new president
The business grad’s goal is to bring people together.
$110,000 gift for investigative reporter at Institute of Investigative Journalism
The Inspirit Foundation gives to Campaign for Concordia to amplify Indigenous voices.
Setting an example: A legacy of love
Doreen Haddad honours her daughter’s life by supporting the school and sport she loved.
Concordia grad leads first lab in Quebec to top certification
Enzo Caprio, EMBA 14, helps guide ‘hidden gems’ of health-care workers through COVID-19 and beyond.
‘Creatives have to be extra creative at this time’
While steering her business through the pandemic, Alexandra Toulch, BA 14, sees plenty of opportunity.
Concordians exhibit sustainable research-creation project at the Pompidou Centre
International group reimagines the ecological impact of the image and the gallery.