How to measure sustainability

Jasmine Stuart (at podium) outlines the highlights of the sustainability assessment at the Feb. 19 gala. Magnifying glass

Jasmine Stuart (at podium) outlines the highlights of the sustainability assessment at the Feb. 19 gala.

We hold the title of most energy-efficient university of the province for 11 years running, but just how sustainable are we? For the third time in seven years, Concordia has issued a sustainability assessment. The 96-page document provides a marker for where we are, and what we need to consider... - Read more

Now more than ever, Art Matters

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The Sermon by Shereen Soliman

It’s been nine years since the first edition of Art Matters, no version the same as the previous. Regardless of what shape it takes, what was set into motion to help emerging artists display their work has now grown into the biggest student-run art show in Canada. This year, more than 150 Concordia artists will display their work in... - Read more


Tiny molecules, big gains

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Xavier Ottenwaelder

Imagine producing research results and then having to wait for someone to tell you what they are. It’s not just time consuming, it’s frustrating. Now consider that each analysis costs at least $300. “It becomes a major budget concern pretty... - Read more

Efforts recognized across university

Sustainable Concordia honours those making a difference

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Arlene Throness and Jill Smith

Administrators, students, staff and faculty all crowded in the EV Atrium to celebrate each others’ ongoing commitment to sustainability at a gala event hosted by Sustainable Concordia. Sustainable Concordia took the opportunity to launch the third sustainability assessment they... - Read more

Playing Dress-Up

FOFA Gallery show explores variations on creative themes

One of one hundred dresses. Magnifying glass

One of one hundred dresses.

Dipping a brush into tinted molten wax bubbling away in an electric fry pan can be a bit intimidating. Artist Nicole Bauberger has been inviting people to join her in producing 5”x7” encaustic dresses wherever she’s brought her 100... - Read more


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