Concordia's Thursday Report

Vol. 29, No.1

September 9, 2004

Maggie MacMillan

Unpacking in Hingston Hall
Photo by Kate Hutchinson

Unpacking in Hingston Hall

Maggie MacMillan gets settled in her new home on the Loyola Campus with the help of a friend from home. Newly arrived from Ottawa, she is in a sociology program. The building on the Loyola Campus is home to 147 students, six of whom are residence assistants. However, there is a waiting list of over 300 students and calls are still being received from students looking for a place to live. Students and parents enjoyed a barbecue last Friday before parting ways.


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Residence students and parents enjoying BBQ
Photo by Andrew Dobrowolskyj

Campus tour helps students find their feet

It's 7 in the morning and nervous students are drinking the first beer with their new friends. Within an hour they will be rolling over each other covered in chocolate syrup. More

Grad Group

Dinner held on Bay St. for Goodman Institute's first class
Photo by Christian Fleury

Dinner held on Bay St. for Goodman Institute's first class

It's unusual for Concordia graduation parties to be held outside Montreal, but on Aug. 7, a celebratory dinner was held on the 27th floor of a sleek skyscraper in Toronto for the first graduation of the Goodman Institute of Investment Management. More