Many people view politics as abstract and far-removed from their day-to-day experience. It can be difficult to relate to politicians who speak in terms you don’t always understand or debate issues you may not take specific interest in. Furthermore, it is easy to take on the position that since your opinion doesn’t go a long way on its own, why bother trying to argue for or against something that doesn’t personally impact you? Not getting involved can mean that you can avoid heated discussions with friends and family. Continue reading Why You Should Get Involved
New year, new you. As cliche as it sounds, 2020 is a time for new semester resolutions. This new year, the Concordia Management Council encourages you to get involved within the faculty, and use it as an opportunity to better yourself as a student, businessperson, and entrepreneur. Continue reading CMC Means Business
Compared to previous years, this year’s Beer Gardens had a much larger setup and featured live music from both current and past CUE students. This was the tip of the iceberg that made this night truly unforgettable. Continue reading Thunderfest 2019: A Recap
If you weren’t able to attend the career fair or didn’t have time to get all the information you needed, hopefully now you have it. Good luck with your job applications! Continue reading Weren’t Able to Make it to the Career Fair? Here’s What You Missed.
Did you know that CUE has over 20 clubs on campus? Continue reading Club Fair
How do we go about solving this? While we cannot entirely get rid of stress and anxiety, there are some things that might help alleviate the feeling of being overwhelmed. Continue reading Breaking the Silence: School and Mental Health
The address contained promising information and exemplified the success of Concordia University of Edmonton. Continue reading Did You Miss The Address?