Personal Narrative: Delving Into the Reality of Life as a Trans Woman
It was at the very young age of five that I asked my parents, “Am I a boy or a girl?”
The Joys and Struggles of Binding
Binders have their problems, but today I love myself thanks to it.
Stingers Women’s Basketball Falls Short Against Crosstown Rival
The Martlets outplayed the Stingers on Thursday evening, marking the second loss in eight games for Concordia.
Stingers’ First Win Since Holidays Has Women’s Basketball Team Excited for the Season Ahead
The crowd cheers and screams. The ball goes back and forth from the imprecise hands of the players, always hitting the board but never finding the net. There is no time, the Stingers steal the rebound and the point is in. Coming back, the Gaiters lay out their play but the crowd is already chanting: “Five, four, three, two, one!” It was a long second quarter for the Bishop’s Gaiters.
McGill’s Pots and Pans Fail to Break Focus of Well-prepared Stingers
The clinking sound of wooden spatulas and drumsticks against metal resonated throughout McGill’s basketball court, covering the voices of the crowd.
Tight Game for Concordia After Slow First Half
It was in a packed gym with an excited crowd and a vocal cheerleading squad that Concordia took its first win of the regular season against the Université du Québec a Montréal Citadins, a game which showed that although the team has promising talents, it remains young.
Despite Strong First Half, Stingers Women’s Basketball Drop Home-Opener
The crowds cheering, the drums pounding and the benches filled, the Stingers opened the season Thursday evening at home against the Laval Rouge et Or in a tense game that showed only a sliver of the potential of this year’s women’s basketball team.
University Event One of Several Vigils Held Across Montreal
Sometimes shaking, sometimes low, the voices could barely break through the silence. Only the prayers calling for peace were able to pierce through.
Bringing in Some New and Old Films to Celebrate Three Decades of LGBTQ+ Representation
Montreal’s oldest LGBTQA+ film festival, image+nation, is celebrating it’s 30th anniversary this year. In honour of such an occasion, they will be screening some new works as well as some films they’ve screened in the past.
Some patients in palliative care will be in situations that can involuntarily be dehumanizing.