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September 2022

International campus index recognizes Concordia’s progress on sustainability

The university receives high marks for performance in research and transportation, and its move to social and environmental impact investments.

‘Dance is good medicine’

Barbara Kaneratonni Diabo, BFA 91, sees the artform as a way to make her culture more visible.

FOFA Gallery launches fall season with exhibition by Bronfman fellow Madeleine Mayo, MFA 18

Also showing their works are printmaker Caroline Gagnon, BFA 03, and painter Adam Gunn, MFA 17.

MentorConnect supports 30+ startups with $2M gift from National Bank

The District 3 business mentoring program has seen major growth over the past year.

Meet the Shuffle fundraisers marching for climate justice

Concordia’s Office of Sustainability leads a team raising awareness and funds for environmental action.

‘The history of Point-Saint-Charles and Little Burgundy shows changes that shaped our world in the late 20th century’

WATCH: Montreal’s Lachine Canal was once the most industrialized area in Canada. In Deindustrializing Montreal: Entangled Histories of Race, Residence and Class, Steven High tells the story of two distinct neighbourhoods on either side of the bustling waterway.


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