The Concordian (Montreal)
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|"We tell your stories"|
|Owner(s)||Le journal étudiant Concordian Inc.|
|Editor||Cristina Sanza (Editor-in-Chief)|
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
- The Concordian (official website)
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