Full Figured Fashion Nowhere to Be Found on Ste. Cat
Montreal is on its way to becoming a fashion hotspot, bursting with the latest and greatest in trends and styles. The city is a fashionista’s dream and a shopper’s paradise—assuming you fit into a size 12 or smaller.
Party Has Potential to Guide Muddled Movement
Canadians are standing together against the current economic divide in our population via Occupy movements ongoing in almost every major city in this country. Like their peers around the globe, this country’s poorest “99 per cent” are out on the streets and asking for change.
CBC Calls Out Quebecor, Raises Questions of Convergence
When the media becomes the subject of the news rather than the source of it, someone isn’t doing their job.
International Students Hit Hardest by Tuition Hikes
On Nov. 10, students from across the province will march in solidarity against the impending tuition fee hikes proposed by the Charest government.
Time To Change Hands
Recently, there’s been a lot of talk about today’s youth, representation and radical change. The issues boil down to the differences between ‘us’ and ‘them,’ with both parties saying, “Look: you just don’t get it.”
How Geeky Are You?
For The Link’s first-ever Nerd Special Issue we decided to take to the halls of Concordia and find out what how nerdy ConU students actually are. We asked students what the nerdiest thing about them was. Here’s what they said.
Braindead Bagel Burglars Beware
I love Tim Horton’s. It’s a wonderful, magical place where the holes in the bagels are formed by magical unicorns thrusting through the dough with their glimmering horns while magical fairies urinate coffee into the pots. It’s basically Disneyland for the taste buds.
My girlfriend and I (a lesbian couple) talk about fisting sometimes and we both really want to try giving and getting it but I don’t want to fuck it up the first time and never get to try again. I’ve tried looking online but it’s hard to get through all the stupid forum responses. Can you tell me how to safely fist my lover?
Budgeting for New Bridge Project Needs Balance
Montreal’s infrastructure is falling apart—the streets resemble a piece of Swiss cheese, the potholes are so big they have their own potholes and a few of the city’s bridges have been hanging by a thread for a while now.
Occupy Wall Street Needs to Stay Newsworthy
The movement against the stark inequality of our population, created by the capitalist and corporate system, is occupying everywhere these days—including the
Twitter feeds, headlines and front-pages of almost every major news source.