Erin Sparks

  • Photos of the Year

    The best photos of the semester.

  • Take Back the Night

    A selection of photos from Friday’s Take Back the Night demonstration against gendered violence.

  • Tagging in St. Henri

    A few photos of what Montreal has to offer graffiti-wise.

  • Exploring Notman House

    A bright new future for a forgotten building.

  • Photo of the Week: Sports

    Stingers running back Michael Donnelly tries to dodge members of the Laval Rouge et Or. The Stingers fell to Laval 32-19 on Saturday.

  • Rocky Horror Takes Over the City

    Montreal’s Impérial Cinéma gets Horror-ified.

  • Nahmsayin?

    Like Rabbits

    I’m that weird girl with way, way too many mice. Owning one, two or maximum three mice is a normal enough number.

  • Students Won’t Back Down

    SASU Votes for Unlimited Strike

    The Sociology and Anthropology Student Union held its third GA on March 27, resulting in a vote to extend the department’s original March 12 strike vote to an unlimited general strike.

  • SASU Votes to Continue Strike

    Strike Now in Effect Until March 27

    The Sociology and Anthropology Student Union voted on March 20 to continue their strike in protest of rising tuition fees. Yesterday’s vote will extend that strike until March 27. The association has been on strike since March 12.

  • Sociology and Anthropology to Strike

    Students Vote to Block Teachers, Allow Students In

    The Sociology and Anthropology Student Union held a general assembly on March 6, ending with a majority vote to be on strike as of Monday.

  • Editorial

    Ain’t No Party Like A #6party

    When a contingent of 23 students took over the sixth floor of McGill University’s James Administration Building last Tuesday, their actions initially seemed warranted.

  • Welcome to Concordia

    O, you fresh-faced ones, you newborn babes of university students. You, plucked still wet from the womb of high school; you, led straight out the daycare of cegep. Young or old, university makes uncertain, fumbling toddlers of us all.

  • Where’s the Party?

    One of the best things about Montreal’s nightlife is that- on any given day of the week, no matter what neighbourhood you’re in, you’re bound to find something to do to get out of town. What we list here is just the tip of the iceberg in terms of what’s available, but to start you off, here are The Link’s picks of some of the coolest places around.