• Making a Racket

    Concordia Student Pursues 2020 Paralympics in Badminton

    Catching his breath, he wipes the thick beads of sweat off his brow. The other players make their way off the court and into the changing room. He takes a moment to limp to the sidelines—today was tough. He rolls down his sock and gently rubs his ankle, acknowledging it for the first time—the pain is excruciating.

  • Hidden Gems

    The Montreal Pirates Offer a Great Treasure: A Chance

    The Montreal Pirates don’t play in a typical league, but then again, they don’t play typical hockey either.

  • Women’s Hockey: Gee-Gees Too Good

    Stingers Lose to Gee-Gees in Shootout After Holding 3-0 Lead

    The Concordia Stingers raced out to a three-goal lead on the Ottawa Gee-Gees, but they ultimately lost 5-4 in a shootout on Sunday afternoon at home in the Ed Meagher Arena.

  • Men’s Hockey: New Year’s Blues

    Concordia Loses Their First Outing in 2016 to UOIT Ridgebacks

    Looking for the first win of 2016, the Concordia Stingers hoped that goaltender Antoine Marchand could help backstop the team to victory in his first start of the season. The goaltending change was inconsequential as Concordia lost the game 5-2 versus the University of Ontario Institute of Technology Ridgebacks.

  • Concordia Scores Big With Sportsnet

    Network Donates $650,000 to Journalism Program

    As it celebrates a 40th anniversary, the Concordia journalism program has just received the biggest donation in their history from Sportsnet.

  • Stingers Recruitment Budgets Revealed

    Football and Women’s Basketball Receive Highest Amount

    It’s been revealed how much the Concordia Stingers spend to scout and recruit talent for their sports teams.

  • Actively Queer

    Queerobics Brings Aerobics to Safe Spaces

    “I’m really good at tricking people into running, and I’m really good at tricking people into doing push ups,” said Shannon Herrick, founder of Queerobics.

  • Hoofing It

    Nationally Ranked Equestrian and Concordia Student Strives for Perfect Balance

    To succeed in the demanding and elite world of equestrian sport, athletes can’t just be at the top of their game—their horses have to be too. Brianna Ballard is a full-time journalism student at Concordia, as well as a full-time athlete and a bonafide personal trainer for her horse, Carpe Diem.

  • Men’s Basketball: This One’s For The Kids in Purple

    Concordia Blows 16-Point Lead to Bishop’s Gaiters

    The Maroon and Gold led for most of the contest, but the Bishop’s Gaiters would not go away.

  • Women’s Basketball: An Ugly Win

    Stingers Finally Earn First Victory With Blowout Win over Bishop’s

    The Bishop’s Gaiters women’s basketball team has fallen on hard times as they haven’t won a league game since the 2011-12 season. They were already shorthanded coming into their contest against the Concordia Stingers on Saturday afternoon, fielding only eight available players.