• Editorial

    Omni-bust the Bylaws

    Byelections are coming — are you going to be paying attention?

  • Heard in the Hall

    Concordia on: The Media

    Concordia on: The Media

  • Nah’msayin?

    The People’s Potato & the Plastic Paradox

    I was heading to the seventh floor of the Hall Building last week, making for the familiar lunchtime queue of students. Like them, I was eagerly awaiting scoops of vegan goodness from everyone’s favourite anarcho-syndicalist communo-hippie soup kitchen, the People’s Potato.

  • Sex and Pancakes

    Hard to Deal

    I have a really embarrassing problem. There’s this girl I like, and every time I’m around her I get hard! I can’t help it and I’m worried she notices. It feels like high school all over again. Is there a medication I can take to stop this from happening?

  • Disgustingly Expensive

    Students Speak Out Against Meal Plans

    When I found out that buying a meal plan was a requirement to live in residence at Concordia, I didn’t think much of it. I figured the food probably wouldn’t be the greatest, but hey, I didn’t have a choice. Recent reports have revealed that Chartwells—the sole company responsible for this school’s food services—lost Concordia $51,000 last year. With this deficit and the less-than-appetizing food in mind, I can’t help but wonder why I’m paying such a ridiculous amount to a company that’s losing my school money.

  • Let the Press Pass

    SPVM Fails to Recognize Non-Mainstream Media

    I went to Occupy Montreal as a reporter from The Link. I was covering the event for a legitimate publication, bearing a Link press pass as proof I was doing so.

  • Editorial

    Trim the Fat

    It’s worth noting at the outset that the university turned a $15 million deficit into a projected $8.7 million surplus this year. That’s a $23.7 million increase, which is impressive by any measure.

  • Nah’msayin?

    Roaches Run Rampant

    Next time you’re on the platform in Guy-Concordia Metro, look closely at the floor next to the walls. You can’t un-see it. A teeming mass of horrible little legs and antennae. Hundreds of cockroaches, some of them the size of beagles.

  • Heard In The Hall

    Concordia on: Security

    A week after riot cops stormed the university down the street, The Link took to the halls to find out whether or not ConU students feel secure on the campus and if they feel campus security is effective. Here’s what they said:

  • Censoring a Conversation

    Pope Pulls Controversial Ad Campaign

    Imagine Pope Benedict XVI locking lips with an imam. That arousing mental image got real last week. It appeared on billboards and hung from bridges in Rome, Paris, Tel Aviv, New York and Milan on Wednesday, courtesy of clothing company United Colors of Benetton’s newest ad campaign. The Vatican, in typical Vatican fashion, got offended.