Research Centre Takes Multidisciplinary Approach to Academia
Hexagram just might be Concordia’s best-kept secret.
Yana Lukasheh Looks to Turn Laval into “City of Culture”
Yana Lukasheh, who turns 26 in two weeks, admits her age could be a stumbling block with voters when they head to the ballot box in the Nov. 3 municipal elections.
Concordia Professor Releases App to Track Commuter Data
A Concordia professor is working to see how smartphones can help improve urban planning and public transportation.
Union-JMSB Partnership Results in Largest Orientation in Five Years
The Concordia Student Union’s annual orientation concert met a new sub-bass and synth quota this year as thousands of Concordia students converged on Parc Jean-Drapeau…
Centre for Gender Advocacy Petitions for Quebec Civil Code Amendment
Sonya Fiset was at a loss when she tried explaining what it was like for her to grow up in a man’s body.
ConU Workers Stage Flash Mob Protest
At least 150 members of multiple Concordia unions used their lunchtime to demonstrate against the university’s labour negotiation practices, in hopes of pressuring the administration back to the bargaining table.
Activist Calls for Support From CSU as Political Profiling Lawsuit Looms
Katie Nelson says Montreal police have been treating her differently since she filed a lawsuit against them last week.
As the CUPFA President Moves on, Unions Still Grapple with Sluggish Negotiations
When speaking with outgoing Concordia University Part-Time Faculty Association President Maria Peluso, it becomes clear…
Jason Prince Promises New Ideas About Affordable Housing and Commercial Streets
Another Concordia employee will run in the Nov. 3 Montreal municipal election.
Continuing the tradition of The Link ’s Talking With the Presidents series, News Editor Andrew Brennan sat down with the presidents of Concordia and its student union to talk about getting oriented, getting results and getting back into the swing of things for a new year.