Community Supports Mile End Flower Shop After Fire
After Tamey Lau lost her Mile End flower shop in a devastating fire the night of April 23, thousands of people from the neighbourhood, and others as far away as Vancouver, came to her support. Every day since the fire, customers and friends have dropped by the boarded-up store to offer their sympathy and donate money to help rebuild Dragon Flowers, a Mile End fixture of 27 years.
Candidates Pushing Public Transit and Transparency
Montreal’s municipal election may still be months away, but Projet Montréal has already nominated two candidates in…
Current Bishop’s University Dean of Arts and Science to Take Office in June
In keeping with recent tradition, there will be another new face on campus next year.
Resource Centre to Open on Downtown Campus
Concordia’s Sexual Assault Resource Centre will hopefully be up and running when students return this fall.
Library Lovers Discuss their Future in the Digital Age
In a room at the Atwater Library—beyond the circulation desk, up two flights of stairs and through a nondescript doorway—roughly 25 chairs were arranged in a circle on April 8. Slowly, people entered the room and…
Lauzon and Toto Must Abdicate or Face Impeachment
With less than two months left in their mandate, the Concordia Student Union requested the resignation of two of its executives at Wednesday’s council meeting.
Revisiting the Hunter S. Thompson Interview
The 1985 Hunter S. Thompson exclusive interview has achieved legendary status at The Link. We found the writer, 28 years later, appraising wine in the Netherlands. Watch the video to learn the story…
AGM Sees Teaching and Research Assistants Affiliate with NDP
The Teaching and Research Assistants at Concordia labour union is going national—but it’ll need to get a new collective agreement first.
E-Learning Conference Promises Teaching Shakeups
Universities around the world are suffering some growing pains. To put it simply, what’s the point of classroom chats in the era of virtual check-ins?
Bylaw Detractors Speak Out Against Mass Arrests, Kettling
Opposition to bylaw P-6 has now reached the mayor’s office.*