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Student Journalism Week

November 10 – November 14

Various times and places on campus

A week of panel discussions, workshops, and production fun. Learn about breaking into the industry and alternative media. Play in The Daily and Le Délit’s darkroom and on their fancy computers. See how this lovely paper is made. Search “Student Journalism Week” on Facebook events for the complete schedule.

Queer and creative

Monday, November 10, 8 p.m.

Concordia’s EV Building, room 1.605

1515 Ste. Catherine O.,

Tuesday November 11, 6:30 p.m.

Shatner Building, floor 3

S. Bear Bergman, a queer theatre artist, writer, educator, and instigator, will speak and perform, courtesy of Union for Gender Empowerment, Centre 2110, Queer McGill, WSSA Concordia, QPIRG Concordia, and Queer Concordia.

How NGOs contribute to imperialism: The Case of Haiti

Monday, November 10, 7 p.m.

1500 de Maisonneuve W., room 204

How do government funded NGOs deal with the intervention-equals-aid principle? Are some major Western non-governmental organizations really just an arm of imperialism? Are development NGOs compatible with real democracy? Debate and discuss with Haiti Action Montréal and QPIRG-Concordia for a workshop and audiovisual presentation on the role of NGOs in Haiti. Contact 618-2253 for more info.

V-Day and STELLA workshop

Thursday, November 13, 5:30 p.m.

English Lounge, Arts building

As part of V-Day McGill’s initiative to advert the public about gender-based violence, STELLA will hold a workshop and social. STELLA is a non-profit organization working to gain rights for sex-workers and to improve work conditions in the sex-trade industry. Snacks will be served. Donations accepted. Contact for more info.

The Lollipop Generation

Saturday, November 15, 8 p.m.

Concordia’s EV Building, room 1.605

1515 Ste. Catherine 0.

The Lollipop Generation is the first feature film by Toronto-based artist, musician, and filmmaker GB Jones, shot in Super 8 analogue with a cast of underground superstars from the worlds of independent music, film, and fanzines. Presented by La Centrale Galerie Powerhouse and Qteam, a working group of QPIRG McGill and Concordia.