Russian Systema Debuts at Studio Flowspace
Andrew Gordon Middleton is showcasing his upcoming classes in the Russian martial art Systema at Studio Flow Space on Dec. 3.
Women’s B-Ball Team Improves to 3-0 After Beating Gaiters
It was a hard-fought battle, but Concordia’s women’s basketball team came out on top last Friday, nudging the Bishop’s University Gaiters 59-56.
An In-Depth Look at Concordia’s Notorious Drinking Culture
Temperatures dropped sharply in the past two weeks, but the steps leading up to Loyola’s The Hive were packed Nov. 16, the students divided into those shivering impatiently to get inside and those out enjoying a smoke. That night, a few hundred Concordia students migrated to The Hive to partake…
Stingers Linebacker Picks Up Top CIS Defensive Award
Concordia football player Max Caron gets CIS top defensive award at banquet in Vancouver.
Canada Releases National Drinking Guidelines
The first ever nation-wide drinking guidelines in Canada were released by the Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse on Nov. 25. The new guidelines come on the heels of information released this year about higher consumption-related cancer risks, and higher risks of liver diseases attributed to the frequency of drinking.
Carabins’ Barker Pots Four as Stingers Beaten Early and Often
A depleted lineup and lack of form were the main cause of Concordia’s women’s hockey team’s 7-1 drubbing at the hands of the Université de Montréal Carabins last Sunday.
Mid-Game Turnovers Nearly Cost Stingers Victory
Concordia’s men’s basketball team continued their strong start to the season by defeating the Laval Rouge et Or 88-72 on Saturday, but it didn’t come easy.
Stingers Storm Back, Tie Game in Dying Seconds
Men’s hockey comes in at the clutch, winning a shoot-out thriller on home ice.
The StarCraft Community Goes Clubbing
The StarCraft community comes together for some killing and clubbing.
The Difference in Your Game Might Be in Your Head
Pregame rituals and superstitions could help build mental strength on the playing field.