Sanaz Sunnie Hassanpour

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    The End of the World

    What are you going to do before the world ends on Dec. 21?

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    What’s a Stinger?

    Have you ever been to a Concordia Stingers game? If not, what do you think could be done to make you more interested in supporting the university’s sports teams?

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    To Strike or Not to Strike

    The Concordia Part-Time Faculty Association has voted 95 per cent in favour of a strike mandate—meaning that if contract negotiations with the university break down, part-time professors could walk off the job. Their last contract took seven years to negotiate, and expired this August. Are you in support of a possible strike?

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    What steps do you think Concordia could take to improve your education?

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    What do you think of ConU President Alan Shepard getting a $7,000 cost-of-living adjustment raise on his $350,000 salary?

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    You Striking?

    Are you planning to support the strike and how are you participating?

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    If the CSU’s anti-tuition hike strike goes on for a prolonged period of time, how would an extended semester affect you?

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    In keeping with our special sustainability issue, we asked students what further initiatives do they think ConU could take to be more sustainable?­

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    Predictions for 2012

    For The Link’s first issue of 2012 we asked students what their predictions were for this upcoming year. Here is what they said:

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    Concordia on: The Media

    Concordia on: The Media

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    Concordia on: Security

    A week after riot cops stormed the university down the street, The Link took to the halls to find out whether or not ConU students feel secure on the campus and if they feel campus security is effective. Here’s what they said:

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    Concordia on: Artists or Vandals

    This week The Link decided to take to the halls of Concordia to find out what students think about graffiti murals. We asked them whether they view graffiti as a public art form or as an act of vandalism. Here’s what they thought: