Blogs

  • We called it.

    The Link’s cover from on October 5th, 2010.

  • Too Sensational?

    The Link’s editor-in-chief responds to criticism about this week’s cover of the paper, with some calling it too sensational

  • Imitation

  • Full Transcript of the Interview With Alexander MacLeod

    Alex Manley conducted an email interview with Canadian author Alexander MacLeod for “Short Listing,” published in The Link’s Oct. 19 issue. Here’s the full transcript of that interview, touching on MacLeod’s experiences as both son and father, how being shortlisted for the Scotiabank Giller Prize has changed his life, and the process of writing his debut short story collection, Light Lifting.

  • The Link’s archives

    You can access The Link’s archives at http://www.pre2010.thelinknewspaper.ca/

  • The Link’s POP Montreal Contest

    How is The Link part of your Concordia?

  • Interview with Die Zeit’s Carolin Emcke

    Carolin Emcke is an author, political theorist and war correspondent with German newsmagazine Die Zeit. She has reported from Iraq, Afghanistan, Gaza and Haiti, where she pondered what happens to truth and certainty in wartime. She spoke with The Link in advance of her panel appearance at the Blue Metropolis International Literary Festival. The following is a transcript of that interview.

  • Get a sneak peek of the tunnel

    Get a first from-the-skateboard look at the long-delayed tunnel linking the Hall building to the Guy-Concordia metro, exclusively from The Link!

  • An interview with The Link’s cover artist: Robin Wattie

    The Link writer Rachel Lau interviewed our March 2 cover artist, Robin Wattie, for the article “Sex and baggage” in Fringe Arts this week. Wattie, a 26-year-old fine arts and anthropology student, based our men’s & women’s issue cover around the idea of androgyny—but the work she’s showing at Art Matters this week is more about the body than an androgynous face. Her paintings are in the show On the Line, at Artefacto (661 Rose de Lima St.) until March 19. This is the complete transcript of Lau’s conversation with Wattie about Polaroids, sex and colour.