Panelists illustrate the often unspoken epidemic of police brutality against ethnic minorities in Canada
Clifton Nicholas, along with co-panelists Robyn Maynard, Nargess Mustapha and El Jones, each shared their views on Canada’s colonial origin, issues with racism and the impact these factors have on policing to this day.
Concordia favoured relationship with PepsiCo over encouraging ban on bottled water.
Budgets are being slashed left and right in what universities are calling the worst cuts made to the sector—ever.
Solidarity Across Borders Appeals to Passengers to Stop Deportation of Minor
On the day he turned 17, Daniel* got more than cake and presents. He was placed in a detention centre and given a plane ticket to Mexico.
A Former Editor Reflects on His Time at the Paper in the ’80s
The Link will, for me, always be about all those sleep-deprived hours I happily squandered in the gritty office whose designation I still remember—Room H-649 of the Hall Building.
Printemps CUBEcois Creates an Environment from Artifacts of the Student Movement
Printemps CUBEcois is a large public art installation created from artifacts of the 2012 student protests that rocked Quebec, presented by artist David Widgington and the CSU. Built over two days with a wood frame and covered in canvas, the cube is a collection of posters, banners, signs, stencils, and videos compiled in an archive of over 3,000 artifacts by Widgington.
- Fiscal Cuts, Scholarly Bruises
- Activists Cycle for an Arctic Sanctuary
- Anti-LGBT Sentiment in Africa and Asia: A Legacy of Colonialism?
- Budget Cuts Affect the Educational Experience
- An Open Letter to Concordia President Alan Shepard on Divestment from Fossil Fuels
- Where Are the Mackay Bike Racks?