• Stingers Secure Sixth Spot in Playoff Race

    Men’s hockey team takes three of four points over weekend

    Less than 24 hours after a trip to the nation’s capital left the Stingers men’s hockey team stunned and shaking their heads due to a 4-3 shootout loss, Concordia’s squad regrouped and displayed a great 60-minute effort, winning 4-2 against the University of Ontario Institute of Technology Ridgebacks.

  • A Fifty-Minute Effort

    Second-Period Slump Costs Stingers in 6-2 Loss to Martlets

    If Sunday’s game against the McGill Martlets was a preview of what’s to come, the Stingers women’s hockey team’s first postseason appearance since the 2010-2011 season might be a brief one.

  • During Super Bowl, Twitter Storm Denounces Native Logos

    During the Super Bowl on Feb. 2, one Twitter trend stood out from the rest. The #NotYourMascot campaign aimed to get the word out about “racist” team names and the appropriation of Native cultural elements.

  • The Buzz

    Feb. 6, 2014

    Your weekly dose of Concordia sports action, it’s The Buzz with David S. Landsman and Yacine Bouhali.

  • Hernandez Deportation Pushed Back

    Ongoing Custody Battle Halts Forced Return to Mexico

    The deportation date for Ivonne Hernandez, a Mexican refugee claimant who was to be deported without her Canadian-born infant…

  • Saying No to Condos

    Protesters Demand More Social Housing in the Sud-Ouest

    So many condos and trendy shops have sprung up in St-Henri that even Patricia Viannay’s nine-year-old daughter can spot the differences.

  • The Right to Self-Determination and the Charter of Values

    Social Justice Activist Leila Bdeir Speaks at Concordia about the Muslim Feminist Movement’s Response to Bill 60

    Quebec feminists and other progressive forces are currently confronted with an “important philosophical dilemma” in the debate surrounding the wearing of religious symbols, says self-described Muslim feminist and social justice activist Leila Bdeir.

  • CASA Votes Overwhelmingly for Accreditation

    Faculty Association Seeks to Ensure Continued Access to Student Member List

    The Commerce and Administration Student Association is on its way to being accredited following an overwhelming show of support at the ballot box over the last two weeks.

  • Reggie’s to Post its First Yearly Profit Ever if it Stays Closed

    Student Bar Earns Quarterly Profit Before Closing for Renovations

    Closed indefinitely for renovations, Reggie’s bar has gone months without a single customer—but it’s still set to post its first yearly profit ever.

  • Hive Café Progress Slowed by Lack of Funds

    Construction on The Hive Café has not yet begun—but that’s not the only thing holding back progress on the project’s development.