The Tunnel of Oppression presented by Intercultural Affairs last Thursday has elicited critical remarks from students who disagreed with its grouping of minorities into broad categories. The most vocal critiques have been toward the Tunnel’s depiction of race issues. The Tunnel of Oppression’s goal was to bring everyday oppression toContinue 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