• Hard Finish

    Stingers End the Season with their Heads Up

    The Concordia Stingers football team had a strong finish to a tough season this Saturday despite losing 32-19 on home turf, where they put up a great effort against the first-placed Université de Laval Rouge et Or.

  • Playing to Survive

    Rouge et Or Clinch Playoff Spot Over Stingers

    Concordia’s womens soccer team ended a promising season with a disappointing 2-0 loss against the Université de Laval on Sunday.

  • Photo of the Week

    Cyclo Nord-Sud held a used bike collection on Sunday at Co-op la Maison Verte in Notre-Dame-de-Grâce. The Montreal non-profit sends used bikes to developping countries, last year collecting nearly 4,000…

  • A Bright Future

    Rookie-Heavy Stingers Impress Despite Loss Against Powerful UdeM

    At the CEPSUM Arena, you could feel that the Carabins’ first home season game was a special one. It was in the air—specifically, in the booming words of announcer Michel Lacroix; the official voice of the Montreal Canadiens.

  • Clash of the Titans

    Women’s Rugby Nearly Drop Semi-Final in Dying Minutes

    The game seemed like a constant battle. At times it appeared as though the McGill Martlets were going to take this one. But the Concordia Stingers women’s rugby team prevailed…

  • Stingers Still Alive

    Concordia Can Still Make Playoffs After Win Over Citadins

    The Concordia Stingers men’s soccer team still have a chance to make the playoffs after defeating the UQAM Citadins 1-0 Sunday afternoon.

  • Empowered on Two Wheels

    Montreal Non-Profit Improving Lives Through Cycling

    Growing up in New York City’s Staten Island, Glenn Rubenstein lived just moments away from the Fresh Kills Landfill, one of the country’s largest garbage dumps—covering just over 2,000 acres.

  • Photo of the Week

    The Nike Color Run Montreal saw participants of all ages and sizes run, walk or jog for five km last weekend around Ile Notre-Dame to raise money for the Montreal Canadiens Children’s…

  • Playing for Pride

    Stingers Squeeze by Rival Redmen in Shaughnessy Cup

    As Keegan Treloar’s conversion kick sailed through the uprights, Gerry McGrath turned to find Reid Quest on the sideline. For a brief moment, the usually quiet, reserved Stingers head coach gave way to his emotions and embraced his starting quarterback.

  • Undefeated Season Goes to Laval

    Rouge et Or too Much for Stingers

    Too many mistakes were to blame in Concordia’s women’s rugby team’s first loss of the season Friday at the hands of the Université Laval Rouge et Or.