News

  • The Rules of the Game

    Fair Play in the Concordia Student Union Elections

    During a trip down the Hall building escalators to investigate a barrage of texts, tip-offs and gossip on March 31, The Link was met by two members of opposing Action and Your Concordia slates

  • Abused Rules?

    See the CSU Standing Regs

    “My responsibility is to make sure that the electoral process runs smoothly and fairly, and to make sure that everyone follows the rules. […]

  • Union Votes for Strike Mandate

    Concordia’s Trade Workers Seek Better Wages

    After months of stalled negotiations with the university, the 62 trade workers at Concordia’s Sir George Williams Campus voted unanimously in favour of a strike mandate on March 31.

  • Student Union Ticket Giveaway Hits ASFA Hard—In the Wallet

    The Concordia Student Union’s decision to give away $19,000 of tickets for Youth Action Montreal, a conference on April 28, has been described as a “slap in the face” by its partner.

  • Back to Earth

    Compost Montreal Is ‘A Different Kind of Business Model’

    Soon after Charlotte Cumberbirch signed up with Compost Montreal, the company thought that leaving a bucket of compost on her property was too risky.

  • From the Editor

    Meet The Link 2.0

    You may have noticed some changes in this newspaper.

  • Students Support Ban on Bottled Water

    You voted for it. Now, say goodbye to bottled water at Concordia—that is, if the administration listens to your opinion.

  • Fee Levy Fallout

    Students Withhold Funds From The Void and CJLO, Reward Queer Concordia

    Three groups appealed to the student body for more funding during last week’s Concordia Student Union elections, but only one got what it was hoping for.

  • Cushion Combat

    Montrealers Battle Bedroom-Style on International Pillow Fight Day

    Most street fights are brutal affairs, but on April 2, Philips Square saw combat get a lot fluffier as downtown Montreal bore witness to International Pillow Fight Day.

  • It’s the Grad Students’ Turn

    Electoral Focus Shifts as the Graduate Students’ Association Heads to the Polls

    The Graduate Students’ Association is hoping to raise awareness and get more students involved in its upcoming elections—generally an event of low interest for most graduate students.