Concordia University

Why universities are hiring ‘Wikipedeans-in-Residence’

The online resource isn’t going away. So schools are trying to help students make the best use of it.

Concordia students

Concordia University: student life on campus

An insider’s guide to the best cheap lunch, place to study and more

Concordia University: student tips for surviving life on campus

Find out about the coolest electives, the best watering hole and more

McGill fails to protect against sexually abusive professors, students say

Faculty join call for a ban on relationships between staff and students, among other changes

Canadian universities are failing students on sexual assault

An exclusive Maclean’s investigation—including interviews with dozens of survivors—uncovers how universities routinely abandon victims.

For the record: Stingers’ hockey captain on resilience and teamwork

At the Maclean’s-Concordia Town Hall on the future of education and the future of work, a student panel talked about how university prepared them for the working world.

Ambition, advice and regrets: Wisdom from student speakers

Speakers at the Maclean’s Concordia Town Hall look back at their own studies—and reflect on what they would do differently (or not!)

Alan Shepard takes the 60-Second Challenge

Concordia University’s president takes the hot seat and reveals bite-sized trivia about himself—including his worst-ever mark (just kidding!).

For the record: Maclean’s-Concordia panel on the future of work

Read the transcript of Maclean’s town hall on the future of jobs and work, from Montreal’s Concordia University

Concordia University 411: Where to find the best cheap lunch and more

A Concordia insider’s perspective on campus life

Shopify strategist Gillian Massel

Add tech to a humanities degree to bridge the employment gap

Adapting to a brave new job world, schools offer flexible programs so students can add tech to their humanities focus, and vice versa

From gamified Old English to new grading software, edtech is on the rise

When it comes to creativity, there’s no shortage of new apps for teachers and students both