Strong Penalty Killing and Performances From New Players Give Stingers Win In First Game of the Year
Going up against their rival, the fifth ranked team in the nation McGill Redmen, the Concordia Stingers men’s hockey team started the season with an opportunity to prove that they could overcome the loss of two star players in the offseason.
Team Will Start Title Defense With New Faces on The Ice
Reigning Clarkson Cup champions, Les Canadiennes de Montréal, are looking for another deep playoff run with a host of new faces on the blue line and in net.
CSU to Find a Solution, Registration Remains Closed
There is still a glaring issue with the CSU daycare, and it’s a “big deal” according to student parent, Alia Nurmohamed — the lack of a ramp to enter the building.
A Response to Cam Newton’s Sexism
The reality is that women in any field, particularly fields that are male-dominated, will have their work discredited or second-guessed.
Stingers Head Into The Playoffs in Style
In the final game of the Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec regular season, the Concordia Stingers women’s’ rugby team brought home the win in a blowout victory over the last place Bishop’s Gaiters.
Bernie Gurberg Determined He Can Win This Popularity Contest
After 13 years of selling movie tickets and bags of popcorn, the owner of the Decarie Square theatre is stepping out of his routine to do something out of the ordinary: running for mayor of Montreal.
Black Theatre Workshop and Neptune Theatre Give Insight on the Private Life of King
Black Theatre Workshop and Neptune Theatre have collaborated to bring us The Mountaintop, a production that gives us some insight of Martin Luther King Jr.‘s last night before his assassination.
Laura Lamontagne Proving Her Importance Both On and Off the Field
When Stingers midfielder Laura Lamontagne first stepped foot into Concordia’s PERFORM Centre, she was just a teenager. Representing her high school, College Bourget, Lamontagne would often play at Concordia Stadium.
Stingers Have a Few Options to Replace Last Year’s Starting Goaltender
There will be a new face between the pipes when the Concordia Stingers men’s hockey team takes the ice tomorrow night to start their regular season against the McGill Redmen.
Impressive Stingers Look to Solidify Playoff Spot
With six games left to play, the Concordia Stingers women’s soccer team are feeling optimistic entering the backend of the season. The Stingers have failed to make the playoffs since 2005, a hex they’re intent on breaking.
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