Special Issue

  • Who’s Who at Con U ?

    Lex gill
    Csu President

    The Concordia Student Union’s President Lex Gill was the head of the Your Concordia slate in the 2011 CSU elections, one of the more contentious in student council history. Gill entered office on a platform of fighting tuition hikes, fiscal responsibility and some much-needed T&A (that’s transparency and accountability, you perverts). As a CSU councillor last year, she developed a bit of a reputation as a rabble-rouser—so much so, in fact, that the Mirror named her one of the top 10 loudest activists in Montreal this year. Gill’s job is to serve the interests of students, and it’s your job to make sure she does. (For you graduate students with issues, however, Gill can’t help you. You’ll need to go see Robert Sonin, the president of the Graduate Students’ Association.)

  • Letter from the President

    Don’t believe what you read in the newspapers, I’m still president of Concordia University.

  • Prince Ralph Osei Returns

    Former Student Union Prez Exiled in Secret Coup

    The brass buttons on Prince Ralph Osei’s ornate uniform shined as he stepped onto the tarmac at Pierre Elliot Trudeau International Airport at noon on March 29.

  • Pruyt Rejects Student Criticism of New Rector Lolwy

    ‘He’s Been Dead the Whole Time’

    Responding to stunning allegations raised in a leaked document provided to The Link, Concordia Board of Governors chairman Sam Pruyt confirmed that

  • Space From Space

    Magical Alien Shows Severyns the Light

    The man behind the most recent referendum for a fee levy increase towards a student centre

  • Emperor Lolwy

    what’s inside dederick lolwy

    An early anti-personnel ammunition fired from naval cannons, these chunks of grapeshot date

    Bachand ‘Just Not Feeling It’ as He Puts Tuition on Hold

    Following the massive success of this year’s Wintry Hot Accessible Love-In for Education, or WHALE, the Concordia Student Union announced this week that it is planning two bigger protests for next year.

  • Art does not matter

    The inaugural Art Does Not Matter Festival—a month-long series of events organized largely by JMSB students who don’t give a shit about art—kicked off today, to minimal excitement.

  • Budget

    How the Csu spends their piles of money


  • Horrorscopes!


    According to NASA, Aquarius and Libra have disappeared from the zodiac, as lucidity and balance are no longer consciously achievable.