• PERFORM Centre, One Year Later

    Concordia’s Research and Athletics Centre Gaining Ground

    From the outside, Concordia’s PERFORM Centre looks like your everyday gym, but inside is a research and community-based complex that is looking to break new ground in the field of health.

  • The Pressure Is On

    The Stress of Shootouts and Penalty Shots in Hockey

    From the gruesome skating, the body-checks along the boards and the battles for the puck—playing a hockey game is always physically draining.

  • Locked Out?  Play On!

    Montreal Arenas Offer Ice Time for Hockey-Starved Players

    It’s that time of the evening. You’re at the point where you want to invite your friends over to watch the hockey game with some pizza and beer. There’s just one problem.

  • Rich Franklin, Company Man

    UFC Fighter Nears the End of a Career Marked by Losses

    Rich Franklin was a company man. I can’t think of any other way to eulogize Franklin’s career as an Ultimate Fighting Championship fighter.

  • Four In a Row

    Stingers Remain Undefeated with Win over Martlets

    A fast start and a strong finish is how the Concordia Stingers women’s basketball team recorded their fourth win of the season, defeating the McGill Martlets 72-62 at the Concordia gym last Saturday.

  • No Longer Perfect

    Concordia Loses First Game of Season to McGill

    Last Saturday, two Montreal rivals entered the Concordia gym with one goal in mind––stay undefeated.

  • ConU Loses Third Straight Provincial Championship

    McGill’s Cohesion Bests Stingers in Rugby Final  

    Sunday afternoon, Concordia’s men’s rugby head coach Clive Gibson looked across the field at the celebrating McGill Redmen with a dissatisfied stare.

  • A Step in the Right Direction

    Stingers Rookie Andrew Bryan a Valuable Addition

    In his debut with the Concordia Stingers men’s soccer team this past season, Andrew Bryan proved why he is a valuable player to the team.

  • Stingers Sweep Home Openers

    Sporting his headphones and a focused look while preparing for his team’s home opener against the Laval Rouge et Or last Thursday, last year’s league MVP Evens Laroche had no idea he was about to be benched.

  • Losing Streak Ends

    Women’s Hockey Win Goaltender Duel and First Game Since October

    It took them six games, 65 minutes and four different shooters, but at long last the Concordia women’s hockey team won a game, throwing everything they had at the Carleton Ravens to defeat them 2-1 Friday night.