Ninth Edition of Polar Bear Plunge Benefits Athletes with Mental Disabilities
Participants made their way to the ledge of the pool. Awaiting the signal to jump, their bodies shivered and their eyes widened at the sight of the icy cold water.
Five People Displaced, Belongings Trashed
Montreal “blue collar workers” dismantled a makeshift camp outside of the Champ-de-Mars metro station on Feb. 4, displacing five homeless people and disposing of many of their belongings, including blankets and sleeping bags.
Concordia Basketball and Hockey Teams All Lose During Shoot for the Cure Weekend
In addition to playing games at the Ed Meagher and Concordia Gymnasium, the Stingers were hard at work fundraising for the Canadian Interuniversity Sport’s Shoot for the Cure weekend.
Impact & FC Montreal Hold Intrasquad Game at Olympic Stadium
The Montreal Impact and their United Soccer League academy team FC Montreal played a preseason intrasquad game Saturday morning at the Olympic Stadium in the closest thing fans can have to a city rivalry match.
Concordia Wins Seventh Straight Game After Win Over Laval
The Concordia University men’s basketball team defeated the Laval Rouge-et-Or 67-60 at home on Thursday night to extend their winning streak to seven games. Ken Beaulieu led all scorers with 29 points.
The Stingers Upset the Redmen in the 29th Annual Corey Cup
It was a full house at the Ed Meagher Arena for the 29th annual Corey Cup between the Concordia Stingers and the McGill Redmen this past Friday night, as the Maroon & Gold came out on top.
ASFA Spends Over $16,000 for Controversial Vlogger Laci Green
Controversial YouTube blogger and sexual education activist Laci Green was paid $16,000 for speaking at a student-organized event at Concordia University last semester.
Stingers Defeat Rouge et Or, Win Third Straight Game
The Concordia Stingers women’s basketball team defeated the Université de Laval Rouge et Or by a score of 82-72, collecting their fifth win of the season on Thursday night.
Group of Panelists included Green Party of Quebec Leader Alex Tyrrell
The panel called, “No Pipelines: What’s Next?” took place on the seventh floor of Concordia’s Hall building on Tuesday.
“It’s for all women,” emphasized Chantel Henderson, an organizer of this year’s seventh Annual Montreal Memorial March to Honour the Lives of Missing and Murdered Women.
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