A Photo Essay
Lancaster Sound, or Tallurutiup Imanga, is the nexus of the North.
In my view, the concerns over robots taking over our jobs is largely unwarranted.
Research, Projects, and Play-Ins at Concordia and the Phi Centre
In Montreal, there’s a lot of work being done in the technology’s development. Virtual reality, or immersive environments, is a technology that lets a person dive into a new world through a set of glasses coupled with audio and hand tracking that monitors your position in a virtual environment.
How Some Groups are Bringing Agriculture Onto the Island
Non-profits like Santropol Roulant, POC, Alvéole, and the Hudson Food Collective are pioneers in innovative, sustainable urban agriculture.
Women’s Hockey’s New Video Coordinator Continues Team’s Strong Use of Tech
Concordia’s women’s hockey team will have a full-time video coordinator for the first time since the program’s inception.
Developing Forms of Labour Organization that Respond to the Crisis of Work
This generation is a generation of crisis, and at the individual level, these intersecting crises manifest themselves through a force that everyone must interact with: work.
University’s Goals for Balancing Research, Teaching, and the Student Experience
How will the university ensure that those new hires spend as much time with students as they do with their research? “That’s absolutely a fair question,” said Provost Graham Carr.
Where to Fix Your Bike at School
Here’s a very complete list of things that are good: Bicycles and the folks that repair them. Below are places where those can be found around Concordia.
Who Are the Business People Running Your School and Why Do They Matter
The Board of Governors is the highest decision making body in the university. But who are they, and what do they actually do?
A Look at Gentrification in Montreal and What You Can Do to Fight It
The Link spoke with Fred Burrill and Hannah Brais to understand what gentrification is and the role that students play.