Letters

  • Polarized Polaris Prize

    You’d figure that the president of the Canadian University Press would know how to write a non-biased article; unfortunately, it seems like Erin Cauchi has to take a few more objective journalism courses next semester.

  • Voting Matters

    As young adults trying to make our way through university, we are constantly overwhelmed with obligations and commitments that consistently push us to the limit. As a result, many students find it convenient to remove themselves from student politics and concentrate on their studies.

  • A tribute to Jazz

    Walking the halls of Concordia, it won’t take long to see something inspiring. A glimpse of hope in a hopeless world thriving off 24-hour news channels littered with stories of the worst that humanity has to offer.

  • PR for Launi

    I would like to express my support for Natasha Launi as a candidate for the position of VP Communications of ASFA. I first met Nat last September during my first week in the communications studies program.

  • Aaron Green on “Objectivity”

    The article on ATM fees written last week in The Link lacked any semblance of objectivity. Perhaps The Link believes student bars operate on thin air or that money grows on trees.

  • Response to A Tale of Two ‘Sities

    While I truly appreciate Alex Manley’s attempt to spread word about our current problems surrounding the closure of the Architecture Café in “A Tale of Two ‘sities,” I feel the need to comment on the gross oversimplification of this issue.

  • Hypocritical Editorial

    Reading last week’s editorial piece on this year’s Clubs Fair, “Selling Our Souls” [Vol. 31 Iss. 5, Pg. 35], I couldn’t help but notice that this self-righteous piece showed zero self-awareness.

  • GSA Fight Tuition

    The Graduate Student Association (GSA) is an active voice for students angry with university administrators, business leaders on our university governance bodies and Government Ministers who believe the only method to fund public education is to raise tuition.

  • Fee levies in Question

    I am writing in response to the article “Get what you’re paying for” [Vol. 31, Iss.3, Pg. 20], an information piece on Fee-Levy groups at Concordia.

  • Screw Project Noise

    I just wanted to express how strongly I agree with and support last week’s editorial piece on “Project Noise” [Vol. 31, Iss. 4, Pg. 23].