Top 5 Graphics of Volume 34

It’s that teary-eyed, nostalgic time of year again—the end of the volume. Before we pass The Link on to a new crop of fresh-faced editors, our staff voted on their favourite graphics of the year.

Check back later this week for the editors’ choice of best videos, covers and articles.

5. Graphene by James Alexander Dunphy
“Like many of the great scientific breakthroughs that came before it, the discovery of graphene happened almost by accident.”

4. The SPVM’s Bylaw Squad by Graeme Shorten Adams
“Another year, another anti-police brutality march. At least, that was the plan.”

3. Concordia’s Identity Complex by Graeme Shorten Adams
“Nobody wants to admit it when it happens, but Concordia, this might be your midlife crisis.”

2. Power Powwow by Flora Hammond
“Drum group Black Bear is having a powwow—and you’re invited.”

1. Stories of Mental Illness (series) by Sophie Morro
“It’s been four months since I first sought mental health treatment in the Quebec medical system, and it’s fair to say that my experience has resembled a slow-motion tennis game in purgatory, with me as the tennis ball.”

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