What do cold, hard facts tell us about the most romantic holiday of the year?
Build a boat out of everyday materials, stick it in a pool, and see if she goes. That’s the idea anyway, so how did it go?
BCIT student voices have been heard and now plans will move forward on expanded career advancement services.
BCIT Bitcoins is the most exciting new campus club. Link Magazine spoke with founder Bryan Hellard about what’s in store.
Before he was Brand Manager at CKNW in Vancouver, Ian Koenigsfest played a part in South Africa’s pirate radio, helping to spread Mandela’s message.
Can Vancouver’s two-day EDM festival, CONTACT, rival with huge dance parties like the Electric Daisy Carnival and Shambhala?
Emily Lazatin and Kimberly McAdams offer you some helpful hints for starting your year off on the right foot.
A group of Broadcast Journalism students are making a concerted effort to push Evolution 1079 into relevancy on campus with a new show called “W2 LIVE”
by MITCHELL SAYERS —- Iraq 1968 The Iraq sun set amid the backdrop of a hazy sandpaper sky. Ajaai bent down and shuffled some loose sand between his knuckles. Dismayed, he wiped off his moistened brow with his forearm. Beads of sweat escaped, dripping down on his worn leather sandals. It was tough to say…
The variety of options at this year’s PuSh Festival might seem a little overwhelming, so below is Link Magazine’s list of the top 5 shows to keep your eyes on.
Need to buy an old toaster? Craigslist. Gotta get rid of your mattress? Craigslist. Looking for a place to live with “chill” people? Craigslist. Every single day, millions of people log on to the modern day classifieds site to buy, sell and give away everything from cellphones to sex, but did you know BCIT students…
Maybe you were too busy with school last semester and somehow missed this latest album from M.I.A., but then you did pick up the latest issue of Link Magazine and read contributor Ria Renouf’s review and thought: ‘Ya know… I should probably check that out.’ “There is no shortage of M.I.A.’s signature sociopolitical roots. A number of…