Former Players Hoist Clarkson Cup
The Montreal Stars won the Clarkson Cup on March 27, earning themselves the highest honor in North American women’s hockey by shutting out the Toronto Aeros in the final with a decisive 5-0 victory.
Concordia Unifies Clubs in CCSU Charity Soccer Tournament
The first, hopefully annual, Concordia Caribbean Student’s Union Charity Soccer Tournament took place March 26, and let me tell you:
Yoga that’s lean, mean and green
I imagine most of you have heard about the various forms of yoga, and that many of you have been deterred either from trying or from continuing to practice yoga with formal instruction due to the costs involved.
UNB Trumps McGill 4-0 in Men’s Hockey Final
FREDERICTON (CUP)—The University of New Brunswick Varsity Reds can drink from the University Cup once again.
Red Bull’s Crashed Ice Comes to Quebec City
How many Red Bulls does it take to kill a man?
Is It Time For Chess to Be Considered a Sport?
Being one of the world’s oldest games, chess has captured the imagination and intrigue of everyone from great kings and generals to students and common vagabonds across the globe for almost two millennia.
Concordia Takes a Hard Loss to Carleton in CIS Nationals
In the week leading up to the Canadian Interuniversity Sport Final, Concordia head coach John Dore said that going up against the “mighty Carleton Ravens”
Stinger’s Thirst for Tiger Blood Unquenched
The Dalhousie Tigers captured their first-ever Canadian Interuniversity Sport Final 8 victory on March 12, bringing down the Concordia Stingers 76-65 in the consolation semifinal.
A good spot is an essential commodity for any weightlifter. Let’s forget about good and bad spots for now. A spot itself is an essential component of any weightlifters regimen.
Creatine: Its Benefits and Secret Dangers
Being 6’2 and weighing 160 pounds gets you in trouble sometimes. You could bench press two plates when working out and maybe even be a hero and superset with widespread chin ups,