UQAM Administration Attempts to Evacuate University
Students across Montreal let their voices be heard across downtown Montreal as over a thousand marched demanding remuneration for all unpaid internships. In a number of departments the provincial government demands that students only take on unpaid internships.
Concordia Men’s Hockey Falls to Rivals in Violent Finish
If the last five minutes of Concordia and McGill’s first men’s hockey matchup had gone differently, the story of the game would be a weak third period from the Stingers.
Despite Strong First Half, Stingers Women’s Basketball Drop Home-Opener
The crowds cheering, the drums pounding and the benches filled, the Stingers opened the season Thursday evening at home against the Laval Rouge et Or in a tense game that showed only a sliver of the potential of this year’s women’s basketball team.
Stingers Come Up Big in Overtime to Steal Victory
Thursday night marked the regular season home opener for the Stingers men’s basketball team. They took on the Laval Rouge et Or on a bumpy ride filled with peaks and valleys.
A series of poems by Cleopatra Boudreau.
Kaur Siblings Work Together to Prevent Sexual Violence and Support Survivors
Founded in 2006 by African-American civil rights activist Tarana Burke, the #MeToo movement has served survivors of sexual violence–and particularly young women of colour–talk about their experiences with sexual violence.
Hoyte Named to Women’s Rugby All-Star and All-Canadian Teams
“It’s good. I get to end on a high note,” said Lia Hoyte.
Family Suing City for Moral and Punitive Damages
It was a warm fall day, yellow leaves coloured the floor below as mourners gathered in Trenholme Park in Notre-Dame-de-Grâce to pay their respects to Nicholas Gibbs.
Icelandic Author Jónasson’s Newest Protagonist, Hulda Hermannsdóttir, is a Relatable Tragic Heroine for Modern Audiences
Ragnar Jónasson’s The Darkness possesses all the qualities of a literary staple, whether it is in the genre of Nordic noir, or in the realm of cult classics.
The Link Caught Up With the Artist Zola, Known For Her Depiction of Black Bloc
“Everything I do is illegal and I don’t ask permission. I’m saying, ‘This is ours and there should be room for us to take up space here and claim territory against capitalism,’” said Zola. The Montreal artist is known for her depiction of women in hijabs.
Why the Decriminalization of Drugs Could Be the Solution Canada Needs
Decriminalizing drugs does not mean encouraging people to use them, but rather to lessen the negative social or criminal effects on those that do.