Vince Morello

  • Sports

    Running Between The Lines

    Concussions don’t go away, and overcoming one both mentally and physically is a taxing process. With information about the effects of concussions being openly discussed, more and more players are sharing their stories, and the multiple issues they face.

  • Sports

    Run, Jump, Lift and Dream

    50 athletes made their way to Concordia on March 25 to show off their skills and impress Canadian Football League scouts, bringing them one step closer to their dreams of playing professional football.

  • News

    Concordia Students Strike Despite Cancelled Classes

    At least three classes not cancelled were targeted by a Concordia demo contingent this afternoon. A class that included fine arts in its title in H-110 was interrupted as well as a class shared by geography and urban studies students on the 12th floor. At a political science class on the 4th floor, class members were seen arguing with demonstrators.

  • Sports

    Dribbling Through Discrimination

    When watching a high-quality game of soccer, it’s hard to imagine the struggles that players sometimes endure on the pitch—notably with the issue of racism. Despite initiatives from FIFA to eliminate racism from soccer, recent incidents have kept the topic on the world’s radar.

  • News

    McGill Students Say No to Divestment

    A motion to divest from companies involved with the illegal occupation of Palestinian territory did not pass at a McGill general assembly Sunday.

  • Sports

    Prestige Unlocked

    Concordia Stingers men’s hockey team captain, Olivier Hinse, was named the winner of the Dr. Randy Gregg Award on Wednesday. The award is presented by the Canadian Interuniversity Sport to the hockey player who best exhibits excellence in ice hockey, academics and community service.

  • Sports

    Living in a Player’s Paradise

    You wake up at noon. Empty energy drink cans lie around computer desks and the floor, and your favourite video game appears on the screen of a brightly lit monitor. This might sound like your apartment the morning after an all-night gaming session, but this is the norm at Lan ETS.

  • Sports

    Training for the Big One

    While Canadians eagerly await to host the FIFA Women’s World Cup this coming June and July, Team Canada is already preparing for the main event by playing in the Cyprus Cup. Canada won their first game this past Wednesday, a 2-0 victory over Scotland.

  • Sports

    Ready. Set. Game.

    As students celebrate the beginning of reading week, a group of hardcore video gamers remain on the 7th floor of Concordia’s Hall building, competing against each other for League of Legends supremacy.

  • The Shootout Needs to Go

    When the NHL first introduced the shootout in the 2005-2006 season, I’ll admit I was excited. Having games go to overtime and having a shootout to determine a winner was a better outcome than a simple tie. The idea of seeing every team’s top players having a chance to go one-on-one against the goalie was impressive. However, almost a decade later, I find myself dreading shootouts regardless of the teams involved.

  • Sports

    Redmen Strike Back

    With a 1-0 lead in the series, Concordia headed back home with the hopes of sweeping the McGill Redmen and winning a playoff series for the first time since 2001. Instead the Redmen invaded the Ed Meagher Arena, and left with a 5-0 victory.

  • Pressbox Hat Trick: The Podcast EP2

    The second episode of the Pressbox Hat Trick: The Podcast . This week Julian McKenzie, Tristan D’Amours and Vince Morello talk about the Stingers’ playoff hopes and their rivalry with McGill. Also on tap are talks about the Montreal Impact, and the blockbuster trade between Winnipeg and Buffalo. Enjoy!

  • Sports

    State of the Rivalry

    Stingers, Redmen and Martlets haven’t gotten along since the dawn of man, or so we’ve been led to believe. In the world of university athletics, there is no shortage of history between “Concordians” and “McGillionaires.”

  • Sports

    Rivalry Night

    The Concordia Stingers and the McGill Redmen had a thrilling encounter in the 28th annual Corey Cup game on Friday. Unfortunately for Concordia, they couldn’t get the win, losing 4-3 in double overtime.

  • Sports

    All in the Family

    It may be cliché to call a sports team a family, but for the Concordia Stingers football team, it became their rallying cry this past season, and they continue to build on this principle.

  • Sports

    Le Roy Sur La Glace

    The son of Hall-of-Famer and current Colorado Avalanche head coach Patrick Roy, Frederick Roy shows that the apple indeed does not fall far from the tree.

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    Stingers Survive the Gaiters

    Fans at the Concordia Gymnasium received a treat last Thursday night when the Concordia Stingers and the Bishop Gaiters men’s basketball teams clashed. Despite missing two starters, Mukiya Post and Michael Fosu, the Stingers still beat the Bishop’s Gaiters 86-84 in overtime.

  • Sports

    Beyond A Sting Of Doubt

    The Stingers women’s basketball team wasted no time showing off their talent versus Bishop’s Thursday night, blowing out the Gaiters with a score of 69-32.

  • Special Issue

    Seeing Through the Dark

    Montreal has become a hub for the video game industry, with household names like Ubisoft and EA setting up shop in the city.

  • Sports

    New Year’s Resolution

    Kevin Figsby, the head coach of the Concordia Stingers men’s hockey team, says the Stingers have a new motto for the rest of the season: all in.