Calendar talk: New proposal considered

Calendar talk: New proposal considered

Though Concordia opted against the supposed “1-3-3-1” schedule, talk of the academic calendar has only increased. Concordia’s Student Government Association recently held a voting/poll system in the Atrium to gauge […]

 

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