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  • Link Radio | March 7, 2013

    In the first edition of Link Radio, our top stories are the Concordia University Faculty Association’s strike mandate vote, expanding e-learning at Concordia, how American anti-terrorism laws are preventing engineering students from finding work and an in-depth look at the ongoing tuition debate.

  • False Knees

    Comic by Joshua Barkman

  • Barton Flats

    Comic by Jonathan Woods

  • Linkography

    Comic by Jayde Norström

  • Photo of the Week

    Fernando Fernandez (yellow jacket) teaches Esteban Lara (foreground) and Ivan Mayda (background) how to cross-country ski. A snow covered Mount-Royal makes a perfect spot for beginners to practice. Photo Natalia Lara Diaz Berrio

  • Editorial

    Steps After the Summit

    It was a bona fide media event. The “national discussion” was promised by Premier Pauline Marois before she was even sworn in last September.

  • False Knees

    Comic by Joshua Barkman

  • Barton Flats

    Comic by Jonathan Woods

  • Linkography

    Graphic by Jayde Norström

  • Crossword Answers

    Fine our crossword in our print edition every week. Crossword by Liana Di Iorio.

  • Editorial

    A Union in Need of Some Unity

    The Concordia Student Union’s executives have lost their marbles.

  • Photo of the Week

    Stingers point guard Ashley Clarke is defended by Bishops guard Catherine Rondeau in Concordia’s 70-51 win over the Gaiters last Thursday. Photo Natalia Lara Diaz Berrio

  • False Knees

    Comic by Joshua Barkman

  • Barton Flats

    Comic by Jonathan Woods

  • Linkography

    Graphic by Jayde Norström

  • Crossword Answers

    Find the crossword in our Opinions section of our print edition each week. Crossword by Liana Di Iorio.

  • Pins!

    We’ve just made a whole bunch of pins with our new logo. Want some?

  • Photo of the Week

    Queen’s forward Corey Bureau scores on Concordia Stingers goalie Anthonio Mastropietro in last Friday’s game. The Stinger’s won 3-2 but lost to the Toronto Varsity Blues in their season finale the next day, eliminating them from playoff contention. Photo Natalia Lara Diaz Berrio

  • Editorial

    CSUseless

    Laforest’s presidency was, in some ways, already over before he resigned. Even if he had stayed on, we sincerely doubt he would have turned around what has been at best a series of unfinished projects. His legacy, mono or not, may be a series of mistakes for future presidents to avoid, rather than successes to emulate.

  • Link Live Session: Patrick Krief

    Before his set at Casa Del Popolo, Patrick Krief played an acoustic version of “Lost in Japan” for us in his Côte Saint-Luc home. It’s a song about his time in that country, where he felt the strongest sense of Lost in Translation-esque culture shock.