Our internal affairs blog. Get up to speed on what we have planned next.
We’ve elected masthead for volume 33, so be ready for another year of student politics, city news, arts content and sports coverage. If you’re interested in joining our team for the 2012-2013 school year, give us a shout at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All of The Link’s Editorial positions will be open!
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Each year, the Canadian University Press organizes a national conference where student newspapers from all across Canada gather for a week of lectures, workshops and networking with other newspapers and real-world journalists. This year the National Conference (Nash) is happening in Victoria, BC, from January 11 to 15. The Link is sending 8 delegates there.
Nash also features the Johnies Award, rewarding the best articles, photos, illustration of student journalists across Canada. Currently the following Link’s articles have been nominated:
Arts and Culture Writing
Christopher Olson, The End of the Bookstore Cat?
Josh Davidson, Fringe Foodie
Peter Haeghaert, Occupy Montreal
Come by on January 20th at 4pm for our Back from Nash workshop at The Link’s office in H-649.
Here are some sweet, wintry-themed pictures to stick on the holidays gifts you send to your most loved of loved ones.
They’re intended to distract you from the fact that The Link is officially on holidays (or make that acid trip even trippier)! Please enjoy the albino penguin you’ve always wanted, the lasers and the ice-spider that are sure to add just the right touch to the bleak whiteness that will soon be upon us, and the lack of Tuesday excitement in your lives.
We’re back on the stands January 10. Thank Jesus!
Love, The Link
Graphics Clément Liu