Andy Fidel

  • Black Lives Matter Gathers in Montreal to ‘Reflect,’ Bring People Together

    After recent high profile reports of police killing black men and women in the United States, three women organized a gathering at Cabot Square to honour the lives of the lost and express their rejection of police brutality and racism.

  • The Comeback of a Canadian Pop Supergroup

    Lead Vocalist Kathryn Calder of The New Pornographers Shares Insight on New Album

    The New Pornographers are coming back to Montreal this Wednesday, ready to sway the Corona Theatre with a whole lot of keyboards, plenty of synthesizers and energetic pop sounds. With the release of their new studio album Brill Bruisers, the band call themselves a pop super-group.

  • A Night to Remember

    Transgender Day of Remembrance Vigil Held at Norman Bethune Square

    Holding candles and paper bags, people of all genders stood in a circle at Norman Bethune Square on Thursday at a vigil in remembrance of people who lost their lives to transphobic violence.

  • Protester at the Eco Protest

    Protestor at the Eco Protest.

  • VIDEO: CSU at People’s Climate March NYC

    The Link reporter Andy Fidel went to New York City with the members of the Concordia Student Union to document the People’s Climate March.

  • ECA Speaks Out Against Disrespectful Chants

    Motion Passed by Student Association Recognizes “Crude and Sexually Explicit Nature” of 14 Chants

    Less than a month after McMaster University suspended a student group over “sexist, violent and degrading material” in a songbook, Concordia’s Engineering and Computer Science Association took a similar stance on certain engineering chants they consider disrespectful and distasteful.

  • Student Inventors Want Patent Control

    ENCS Requests Concordia Update Intellectual Property Policy

    For his final-year “capstone” research project, graduating Concordia engineering student Michael El-Jiz was curious about the applications of music in engineering…