Ready for the competition

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JMSB gears up for Jeux du Commerce

The John Molson School of Business MBA International Case Competition, now in its 27th year, took over much of the Hilton Bonaventure Hotel from Jan. 7 to 12, as teams from 36 universities locked horns on business strategy. Although the competitors came from as far away as China, Europe, India... - Read more

Concordia’s restitution efforts lead to landmark ruling in U.S. court

Detail of <em>Girl From the Sabine Mountains</em>. Magnifying glass

Detail of Girl From the Sabine Mountains.

The concerted efforts of several people at Concordia have led to a landmark ruling in the United States that has “opened the doors for everybody dealing with Nazi restitution,” according to Clarence Epstein, of the President’s Office, who leads the Max Stern Art Restitution Project. Just before the new year, Chief District Judge Mary Lisi ruled in favour of the... - Read more


Intuition plus discipline equals art

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Houbart´s Hope (Yellow)

You could be excused for thinking the big paintings on the walls of the FOFA Gallery are abstracts. In fact, they’re landscapes layered with old maps. They’re arresting reinterpretations of Canadian history. The five monumental canvases were inspired by the... - Read more

Advancement brings holiday cheer

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The university makes sure international students who can't go home for the holidays have at least one good party. At this year's dinner, held Dec. 27 at the Hotel Nelligan, Vice-President Advancement and Alumni Relations Kathy Assayag greets two... - Read more

President’s Message

Welcome to the new semester at Concordia! This is a time when we renew our commitment to our academic mission and our university's long tradition of community involvement. Concordia's strength has always been the lively and continued participation of the... - Read more


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