Opinions

  • Disoriented, Again

    CSU’s Orientation Report Fails to Address Real Issues

    The Concordia Student Union Council received the 2012-2013 Orientation post-mortem report at Wednesday’s meeting.

  • Bridges Matter

    Student-Artists Need a Practical Education Too

    We were young. Everything that had never been done before was an opportunity for us to take.

  • Nah’msayin?

    Plenty Wrong With the New Twenty

    As part of an effort to be as cool as Australia, Canada’s in the process of updating its bills to be super-duper high-tech.

  • Heard in the Hall

    To Strike or Not to Strike

    The Concordia Part-Time Faculty Association has voted 95 per cent in favour of a strike mandate—meaning that if contract negotiations with the university break down, part-time professors could walk off the job. Their last contract took seven years to negotiate, and expired this August. Are you in support of a possible strike?

  • Editorial

    On Misunderstandings and Miscommunications

    The Link’s grievances with Concordia have historically been about policy. Now, they’re about morality.

  • Nah’msayin?

    ...Stupid Midterms

    Can we talk about midterms for a second?

  • Poli Sci Course Changes Unacceptable

    Department Cuts Courses Addressing Sexism, Oppression

    To Dr. Brian Lewis, Dean of the Arts & Sciences Faculty

  • Regarding the CUTV Situation

    Dear members of CUTV, It is with great sadness that I am writing to inform you that I am resigning as news director at CUTV, effective as of today.

  • Heard in the Hall

    What steps do you think Concordia could take to improve your education?

  • Unexpectedly Elected

    A Year and a Half Later, Young MPs Are Doing Us Proud

    For years, the mainstream media complained about the low rate of youth participation in elections.