We see that the far-right is growing, and it’s an event of public interest. But media coverage can, and has, contributed to the rise of the far-right. So what can we do?
Why is it so Hard for Men to Admit Having Been Assaulted?
I wish I could say in 2018, people adhere to the notion that maybe men do get raped, just as women do, but I can’t.
The Journey of a Recycled Object
Imagine you are a magazine, the latest issue of The Link, for example. You’re being read by your real-life crush. They ogle at your beautiful header and impressive body paragraphs. After your encounter, they drop you off at your new home, the recycling bin.
It’s a Part of Democracy
What we do as journalists comes from a sense of duty to keep the communities around us informed about one another.
Millennial Women Still Face Unrealistic Standards
A woman will always be too fat, too curvy, too skinny, and as long as the diet and beauty industry thrives, society will never fully allow women to feel like they’re perfect just the way they are.
Just Eat Some Expired Yogurt and Save Yourself the Trouble
Nobody warned me kombucha is fizzy.
A People’s History of Canada Column
With the fascists came those who opposed them and their views: the anti-fascists.
Notes On Living With an Invisible Disability
I can’t remember the last time I was painless.
And You Should TooThe organization which governs our student lives, spends our money, and helps direct campus life more than any student organization is up for grabs.
A Reaction to the Montreal Gazette’s “Millenial Columnist”
People are tired of being shot at, beat up, being racially profiled by the police, and of having the police be complacent with far-right groups, among other problems.
Two CSU Candidates With Potential Conflicts Exposes The Union’s Weak Points
With the Concordia Student Union’s election coming up, it’s come to our attention that there is a lack of understanding as to what constitutes a conflict of interest.