Maybe the Real Contestation Is in His Heart
Does Oliver Cohen’s contestation ruling that ousted the entire newly elected CSU deserve a slap on the back or a slap in the face? My metaphoric hand is yet to be reddened by either of those gestures because I can’t decide if he’s a martyr or just plain silly.
Why the CEO Should Be Disqualified
As a Concordia student, Action’s antics, abysmal performance at election debates and blatant post-campaigning inspired embarrassment.However, after reading the regulations that Chief Electoral Officer Oliver Cohen determined were breached, it seems that Your Concordia did not run a perfectly clean campaign either.
Make This One Matter
April is Earth Month, and next week on April 22, the world will be celebrating Earth Day for the forty-first time.
Earth Day prides itself on offering an opportunity for positive action and results.
Strategic Voting: Against, Not for
The upcoming federal election on May 2 will be, for many Concordia undergrads, the first election in which they will be able to cast a vote.
Decolonizing Concordia’s Bilateral Institutional Links
If someone were to tell you that your university maintains bilateral links with an academic institution involved in colonization
Give me a break. That’s what students across Quebec have been telling the provincial government about tuition fees.
The Federal Elections
The Link took to halls of Concordia to see what students had to say about the upcoming federal elections. While many of them plan to vote, we asked them why they think students are notorious for not voting.
As a non-dinosaur, university student and living, breathing person in our society—you probably have an email address.
I can’t get off when I get head because it, well… it tickles. I’ve only been with one girl and when I told her to stop
Keep The Movement Going
With the summer drawing closer every day and exams weighing on the minds of students, it’s easy to see why a sense of indifference, or perhaps just forgetfulness,