The Concordian (Montreal)

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The Concordian
Concordia University
"We tell your stories"
Type Weekly
Owner(s) Le journal étudiant Concordian Inc.
Editor Cristina Sanza (Editor-in-Chief)
Headquarters Montreal, Quebec
Circulation 8,000

The Concordian is an independent student newspaper published by and for the students of Concordia University; its offices and hard-copy distribution centres are located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

The Concordian provides the Concordia University community with regular information on university, local and national events. The Concordian was founded in 1983, in an effort to create a more balanced and less biased newspaper at Concordia.

The Concordian is a non-profit organization, and receives funding from a fee levy as well as through advertising.

The paper covers news, arts, sports, music, life and opinions at Concordia University and around the city of Montreal. The Concordian enjoys a healthy rivalry with Concordia's other student newspaper, The Link.

The Concordian is a member of the Canadian University Press

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