Special Issue

  • Most Dangerous Object in the Office This Week:

    The ‘Death Board’

    t’s long, loud and the perfect office distraction—as long as you’re the one riding it.

  • It’s All Your Fault:  Cinema Politica


    “Every time you orgasm, a dolphin dies,” said James Cameron about his new film, Humanoid: AIDS of the Earth at its world premiere screening in the Hall building in collaboration with Cinema Politica.

  • Sex & Pancakes

    I recently adopted a pair of turtles, Jack and Jill, in hopes of having baby turtles by spring. But I’ve noticed that they won’t mate

  • Charge of Bias from Losing Candidate

    ‘They cost me the election, all 35,000 of them, biased’

    While reflecting on how he lost the Concordia Student Union election to a group of misfits and rascals, a sober Kenny Hollad endured Reggies’ new standing-only section.

  • Cultural Calendar

    This year on March 8, The Link joins community groups across the city, country and world to celebrate the 100th anniversary of International Women’s Day.

  • Queen Meaning

    How Drag Queens Advance Women’s Rights

    Feminism, fundraising and drag came together March 3 for ¡Ecuador Por Favor!, an event at Cabaret Mado to raise money for the advancement of human rights—specifically those of women.

  • Manly Feminism

    On Men Who Embrace the Movement

    It’s hard to grow up as a gangly, awkward, anti-social nerd with a last name like Manley and not develop a very acute consciousness of gender roles in North American culture.

  • “A Woman’s Mind Isn’t Made for Programming”

    Women Struggle to Close Gender Gap in the Tech Community

    A few weeks ago, I was taking a cab to the airport. Like me, the driver was a programmer, so we started talking about our favourite languages and sharing some of our own projects.

  • Imagining the Veil

    Muslim Women in Global Contemporary Art

    “The veil is on the wrong side in the ideology of modernity. It stands for backward tradition as opposed to progress, misogyny as opposed to female emancipation, totalitarianism as opposed to democracy, superstition as opposed to science, and so on.”

  • Printed Minority

    When it comes to media and pop culture, girls are experts. As the target of most media messages, young women are uniquely positioned to understand and criticize the popular culture they are so much a part of.