Chris Hampson

  • ‘Shame On You, People Are Hungry’

    GMO’s Could Be A Solution

    We need to properly respond to our current reality, that is one of overpopulation and degradation of arable land.

  • Editorial

    Merits of A Melting Pot

    British Prime Minister David Cameron recently criticized “state multiculturalism,” describing it as a disruptive element in national identity during a security conference in Munich.

  • The Most Dangerous Game

    Exhilaration of the Hunt Draws New Players to the Game of Paintball

    At Action 500 paintball warehouse, players come to participate in one of the world’s fastest growing sports.

  • Integral Intervals

    The Importance of the Oft-Overlooked Interval Training

    Interval training is a form of exercise that is seen by many personal trainers as an integral part of any workout.

  • Three Tries Seal Stingers’ Fate

    Men’s Rugby Team Falls Short of Provincial Supremacy

    McGill’s Gideon Balloch scored three tries to help the Redmen come out as 22-10 victors over the Concordia Stingers in the Quebec Student Sports Federation rugby final on Sunday at Molson Stadium.

  • Stingers Shade Over Gaiters

    Men’s Rugby Team Cashes In on Late Penalty to Advance to QSSF Final

    A penalty kick by Stinger Xavier Birot in the final minute of play sealed a narrow 13-12 win for Concordia against the Bishop’s Gaiters in the Quebec University men’s rugby semifinal at Loyola on Sunday.

  • Stuck on Success

    Cara Stuckey: Rookie Sensation of 2010

    Cara Stuckey may have dressed up as a ballerina for Halloween, but don’t let her girlish, laid-back demeanour fool you. Her notorious straight-arm has smashed into many rival faces to help the women’s rugby team reach the Canadian Interuniversity Sport National Championships.

  • Playoff Bound

    Men’s Rugby Snaps McGill’s Winning Streak

    A solid Concordia defence stopped the McGill Redmen from adding to their 15-game winning streak on Sunday at Molson Stadium, allowing the Stingers to secure a 17-10 win.
    ConU secured a playoff berth with the win.

  • Champs Two Years in a Row

    Men’s Baseball Team Comes out on Top Despite Early-Season Worries

    The Concordia Stingers’ baseball team needed a gem from pitcher Andre Lagarde on Sunday and they got just that, beating the McGill Redmen 1-0 to win their second consecutive CIBA Northern Conference Championship.