Over the last two years, The Link has written countless editorials regarding Concordia’s failure to properly address sexual violence on campus, yet here we are again.
Like a Warm Hug on a Cold Day
Unlike my volatile fling with coffee, tea continually permeates my daily life.
The Forgotten Orientation
“It’s like trying to get a bunch of people who don’t like coffee to talk about coffee.”
Bringing the Marginalized Voices to the Front
With our Gender and Sexuality Issue, we aim to put the voices of women and queer and non-binary folks front and centre.
What Does the CSU’s New Position Mean for Students?
Clearly, 2017 is the year that the fight against fascism took on an urgent tone.
What We Learned From the Lindsay Shepherd Controversy
University should be dedicated to criticizing the systems of oppression that they exist in, not perpetuating them.
We Need Cooperation in a Bilingual Province
It seems a little silly, doesn’t it, that two whole cultures can feel affronted by the use or nonuse of a simple two-letter word?
It’s Never Too Early for Holiday Cheer
Whether you celebrate the now commercialized holiday or not, you can’t deny the festive feeling Christmas brings, and if you can, please see your way out.
The Link Investigates Our Most Read Article
But the haunting won’t stop until I get the answers. Let me explain.
The Pitfalls and Potential of Online Voting Should Be Revisited
We also encourage the Concordia Student Union and all faculty associations to reconsider implementing online voting—or to have public consultations with students to evaluate whether they feel the risks of a new system are worth the potentially increased engagement.
A Quebec Judge’s Comments Expose the Problem With the Justice System
I am not a law agent, but I do know that in the world of the justice system, those who are in fact law agents are to judge the alleged law-breakers, and not the victims.