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.
From New Releases to Obscure LPs, Here’s Where to Get Your Records
Whether you’re a music fanatic, collector, concertgoer or you just like the feeling of vinyl in your hands, these shops are sure to tickle your fancy.
Dance Your Ass Off, Play Some Pong or Drink in the Park Like the Rest of Us
There’s a distinct reason why people from all over the world flock to Montreal to party.
Don’t Fuck with Chapters
Why the hell would you buy your books from the Concordia bookstore?
The Link’s Guide to Cheap (and Free) Food Around Campus
Eat at these tasty, dietarily-versatile (hello vegans), Concordia-adjacent spots and maximize both your budget and taste buds.
Get Started on Discovering Concordia’s Finest Student Groups
As any fun-loving, hip, in-the-know Concordia student would tell you, university is the place to find your people. The kind of people who get you, the ones who won’t scoff at your love for dodgeball or slightly outdated passion for Pokémon. Folks, it’s time to find your clubs.
What You Need to Know About the Students that Govern You
Understanding how student politics works at Concordia can be a daunting task for any first-year student. Luckily for you, reporters at The Link have been covering student politics since 1980 and we’ve got what you need to know.
Indigenous Students Are Creating Space For Themselves, and the University is Responding
When Shiann Wahéhshon Whitebean first enrolled at Concordia University over four years ago, she never imagined how her graduation convocation would have gone.
A Reminder of the Random Generosity and Kindness that People are Capable of
There we were, standing on the side of the road.