Arcade Fire's Régine Chassagne Receives Honorary Doctorate from Concordia University

Arcade Fire's Régine Chassagne Receives Honorary Doctorate from Concordia University
Months after being toasted by the Garbage Pail Kids, the members of the Arcade Fire have a much more prestigious achievement in their ranks. Specifically, the band's Régine Chassagne has been given an honorary doctorate from Concordia University.

Chassagne attended Concordia for a B.A. in Communications, and has now been recognized with a doctorate.

The doctorate was awarded to her on Monday (November 7) for her "commitment to Haiti and her impact on the international music scene."

Watch Chassagne accept her award below.

 

Arcade Fire's most recent album is 2013's Reflektor, which can be ordered on CD and vinyl via Umusic.