Now that I’ve been writing for The Link for an entire month of the new school year, I reckon we know each other well enough for me to share this with you, so let me tell you stories about my childhood.
As Bad as it Gets
The premise reads like a bad email scam. Can’t speak English but want to study in Canada? We’ll get you in—for a price. And please have a thick wad of cash ready for us upon your arrival. In the case of the cover…
A Meditation on Post-Hike/Post-Strike Student Identity
Where are you right now? Are you in a foyer teeming with backpacks and line-ups for elevators and escalators? Or in a deliberately low-key café smelling like chai lattes? Chances are, your surroundings indicate that you’re a student—and chances are, that means more than you think it does.
Hike-Supporters: Be a Part of the Solution
Spoiled brats. For months, those two words were at the forefront of the anti-strike rhetoric.
Revealing Your Scars
I’m a young woman who had infected sweat glands in my groin and armpit area as a teenager, which left faint scars. I have always been incredibly self-conscious about the marks (they resemble chicken pox scars) but I know it isn’t normal and could look weird from a guy’s perspective. My boyfriend of a year and a half wants to be more adventurous with our sex life (public, broad daylight, etc.) but I am scared of him seeing my scars. Should I explain to him what happened? I want to be wild!
—Scarred to Be Seen
PQ Landscaping and the Future of Anglos in the Quebec Garden
They told me it would be like this, but I didn’t believe them.
The Worst of Humanity (aka Being Fit and Productive)
After waking up in a POP Montreal-fueled daze/four-day hangover, I was less than pleased this past Sunday morning.
ConU’s Good Decision Just Out of This World
Something crazy happened last week.
Interview With Jen of We Happy Trans
I had the privilege this week of interviewing my beautiful friend Jen, of We Happy Trans fame. We met online, where we managed to discuss Kant and flirt for all the world to see. She kindly agreed to answer my questions.
In All Pizza Seriousness
A slice of pizza is not a hard thing to eat. I mean, yeah, it can be a little flimsy at the end, and occasionally the cheese has separation issues and clings to the crust—but overall I think we can agree that consuming a slice is not a difficult task, one that can even be done with relative grace and enjoyment while incredibly intoxicated.