The Problems and Progress of Diversifying the Curriculum
Concordia has a reputation for being very progressive for its student activism and the small steps the administration is making to open the conversation. The university holds a lot of events for Black and Indigenous folks, people of colour, LGBTQA+ individuals and other marginalized groups.
A People’s History of Canada Column
The signing of the Canadian Confederation in 1867 saw the birth of our great country, Canada. What many people fail to see looking back on this period is that Canada was, in fact, not all that great.
How Incarcerated Women Use Art to Heal
Dr. Felice Yuen is soon to embark on a brand new project, one that will focus on the healing of Indigenous women in provincial incarceration through traditional art-based methods.
A World Expressed Through the Lens of the Unwanted.
For Chase Harwell, life revolves around the game of hockey, a game he fell for at the age of seven. Raised in a small town in Connecticut, the freshman Stinger found his purpose playing hockey, but as he grew older, his identity accentuated a perpetual issue engraved in hockey culture: racism.
A collection of poems gathered for the Race Issue for the Link magazine.
A Story of Activism: Reflections on Her Journey
Dr.Myrna Lashley, a professor, activist and change maker, was elected as this year’s English spokesperson during Black History Month in Montreal.
Resources for Student Parents, Arts Students and Financial Tips
Here are some handy resources for new and returning students.
What You Need to Know About Campus Sexual Violence
This year Concordia’s administration faced one of its biggest public relations scandals in recent years.
This Year’s Forecast for the CSU and AVEQ
So, what will you be paying for this year?
A Look at Three Developing Areas
Many of Montreal’s neighbourhoods are gentrifying. Some areas are far along in the process, and others are just beginning to accelerate.