Special Issue

  • Men’s Soccer Preview: Attacking and Exciting?

    Men’s Team Optimistic They Can Move On Past Old Scoring Woes

    After a dismal 2014 campaign that saw the team fail to pick up a win in league play, the Stingers will look to use their experience, and new additions, to make some noise this fall.

  • Men’s Basketball Preview: Changes All Around

    Stingers Men’s Basketball Has New Coach and Boatload of Recruits

    The Concordia Stingers men’s basketball team is entering an entirely new era of its history. With the additions of head coach Rastko Popovic, five new recruits, and a brand new uniform to boot, the team intends to give a new identity to a stagnant Stingers team.

  • Women’s Soccer Preview: New Beginnings

    10 Players Are Gone, But Can Turnover Work In Their Favour?

    The Stingers women’s soccer team saw 10 players graduate from their program at the end of last season, meaning a number of new faces will take over the team. The returning, and remaining, veterans are eyeing the postseason as the team has not made the playoffs since 2006.

  • Men’s Hockey Preview: Out with the Old, In with the New

    With New Coach And Recruits, Men’s Hockey Team Enters New Era

    With the departure of long time head coach Kevin Figsby, interim head coach Marc-Andre Element will take over and hope to guide the Stingers men’s hockey team to success.

  • Women’s Rugby Preview: Going For the Gold

    Stingers Hope to Avenge Championship Loss to Gee-Gees

    Last year the Stingers women’s rugby team came so close to having their dreams of winning the conference become a reality, only to be devastated by their biggest competition, the Ottawa Gee-Gees.

  • Men’s Rugby Preview: Reigning Champions Looking For More

    Stingers Seek to Repeat as RSEQ Champions

    On a hot September morning, head coach Clive Gibson is giving his directives on a number of different drills. It has now been five days that the Concordia Stingers men’s rugby program have returned to camp after winning the RSEQ championship last season. In addition to the beautiful weather, an aura of sheer optimism is floating in the humid air.

  • Football Team Preview: Who Will Lead?

    Questions Abound At Quarterback As Team Enters Year Two Of The Donovan Era

    This year, with brand-spanking new uniforms to boot, the Stingers will try to move upward in their division while having to fend off the always mighty Laval Rouge et Or, as well as the reigning Vanier Cup champions, the Université de Montréal Carabins.

  • Excerpts from The 2015 Guide To Telling Me What To Do

    A Preview of the Much Anticipated 2015 Edition of America’s Favorite Social Manipulation Text

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  • U.S. Senator Ted Cruz Eyeing Run For Prime Minister of Canada

    Because Why The F*ck Not, Right?

    Following United States Senator Ted Cruz’s announcement that he is running for the American presidency, there have been a few questions about whether or not the Texan immigrant is even eligible to run for office. Most legal experts believe he’s in the clear; but if that turns out to be false, the Canadian-born senator is prepped and ready with a back-up plan.

  • This Year’s Quidditch Draft Flooded By Athletes

    Love of the Game in Question after Mass Exodus From NFL

    This is disappointing. Usually I’m between third and eighth selected. And what, we’re already a dozen deep? This seems unfair. I don’t see why we should bend the rules just because they lost their jobs. I hate to get so passive aggressive about it but this is like, my thing…