Scarf Boy had found home at Concordia, that much was sure. People cared about him and his well-being and made that apparent from the minute they started interacting with him. They indulged his constant chatter regarding which Eric Whitacre song was the best, which boy on Glee was the cutestContinue Reading

The 2012 campaign was supposed to be a nail-biter. Republicans were convinced they had an incumbent in the White House who was vulnerable, both because of the weak economy and because of deep-seated divisions among the electorate. The strategy was an old one for Republicans: find some kind of wedgeContinue Reading

A year ago, I was not happy at how Concordia overlooked the presence of minority students; we used to see minority students clustering together in DS, class and almost everywhere people gathered. This year, it seems this issue is being addressed. In last week’s Concordian issue, I saw two remarkableContinue Reading