How is Concordia finding its footing in tumultuous times?
COVID-19 and Black Lives Matter defined the summer. How is Concordia adapting to the moment, and can students take comfort in the administration’s plans for the unprecedented days ahead? The Link sat down with President Graham Carr to discuss the university’s preparations, expectations, and hopes.
A unique summer in more ways than one
Here’s to a summer in which all aspects of our lives took an unconventional turn.
The effect of police brutality on its victims and potential targets
An interview with 21-year-old artist Daylen Conserve on how police violence affects their art.
How can Concordia’s resources be accessed during the online-only semester?
A list of the services Concordia is offering to students.
Where do we go from here?
Link reporter Mzwandile Poncana reflects on a summer of unrest in Montreal.
This year’s gonna suck
If you thought it was bad, it’s still going to get worse. Hang on tight!
A short story by Curtis McRae.
Montreal’s universities have quietly contributed to the housing crisis
Montreal is in the midst of a massive housing crisis, and some of the city’s historically lower-income areas are being hit the hardest.
Nobody wants to get burnt out, but how can you avoid it? Fortunately, there are some tried and true tips for students at Con U.
Work, school, social life, and a pandemic
Many people are close to burning out without ever realizing it, but there are a few things to look out for in yourself and your friends, and a few things you can do if burnout is setting in.
Professors navigate challenges this fall as classes resume
How Concordia professors adapted their coursework to an online environment.