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  • Christopher Curtis and Jesse Feith’s Feature Writing Workshop

    The Gazette reporters and former The Link editors Chris Curtis and Jesse Feith hosted a feature writing workshop last week.

    A dozen student journalists showed up at The Link office to get tips from the two established and well-respected journos.

    Before they started though, Chris Curtis had a special message to all student journalists at Concordia.

    Jesse Feith talked about the award-winning feature he wrote two years after the tragedy at Lac-Megantic. He visited several U.S. towns affected by the railway.

    And Curtis talked about the special relationship he has forged with the First Nations people of Kahnawake.

    The Link hosts workshops Fridays at 4 p.m.

    Videos by Shaun Michaud

  • Reason #2 to Join The Link

    As a part of our recruitment campaign, our paper is proud to present you its ongoing Reason To Join The Link series. Every week, we post videos detailing the many advantages of working at a student newspaper.

    Video by Brandon Johnston

  • Want A Cup Of Coffee? Join The Link!

    Ever dreamed of seeing your work being published all the while sipping on a fresh cup of coffee?

    Well, your dream is about to come true.

    The Link is currently looking for writers, photographers, videographers and graphic artists to join our news team.

    We cover art, sports and current events at Concordia University and beyond.

    Your independent paper since 1980 is also looking to swell its ranks.

    A few positions need to be filled including photo & video editor, copy editor, current affairs editor, assistant news editor and opinions editor.

    Come and meet with us. Our office is in room H-649. We gather for pitch story meetings every Tuesday at 6 p.m.

    We also have a meet and greet on Sept. 11. at 4 p.m.

    Video by Brandon Johnston

  • New Year New Look At The Link

    For The Link‘s 36th anniversary, our masthead has agreed to give your beloved muckraker a new look. We racked our brains last year, trying to figure out ways to make our website more user-friendly, taking hints and borrowing tricks from popular news sites. Our Creative Director Laura Lalonde lent her unique style to create a minimalist logo that we hope will define us in this era of cool—recognizable yet abstract—widgets.

    Let’s face it, our website was in dire need of an update.

    Beside the new logo, we’ve added drop down menus so users can reach sections—especially blogs—a lot quicker than in the past.

    Our photos are bigger. The homepage boasts articles complimented by visuals—something we think is crucial in this visual landscape that is the Internet.

    But more importantly, The Link website is visually less cluttered than it was. Our welcomed readers can refresh the homepage to display a new top story.

    Our outgoing Photo and Video Editor—he will be sorely missed—Brandon Johnston came up with a new sleek intro to adorn our videos this year.

    No doubt, this year The Link is bringing something fresh to its readers. Stay tuned. This is only a start.

    Even our office at H-649 got revamped. Come take a look.

    Video by Brandon Johnston

  • The Link’s End of the Year Review

    It’s the month of May, summer’s right around the corner and folks at The Link can’t stop reminiscing about the past year. Join our hosts Zina Oukil and Fany Hebert at the End of The Year Review. Featuring special correspondents Brayden Jagger Haines and Elysia-Marie Campbell.