ConU Soccer Sits Back as UdeM Fires on All Cylinders
“Poor performance, lack of quality, lack of heart.”
That’s how Stingers head coach Lloyd Barker described the Concordia’s men’s soccer team’s effort during Sunday’s 4-0 home loss to the Université de Montréal Carabins.
Concordia’s Spirit Team Is Back and Better Than Ever
In three lines, more than a dozen sweat-covered female Concordia students drop, bend, and shuffle to LMFAO’s “Party Rock Anthem” right next to the entrance of the athletic complex at the Loyola Campus.
Montreal Search Has High Possibility of Fun
Montreal Impossible isn’t your average scavenger hunt.
Stingers Stand By and Watch Their Title Be Taken
After eight straight hours of baseball, the Concordia Stingers gave up their conference crown in a 4-0 loss to the Carleton Ravens on Sunday.
Poor Martlet Goaltending Contributes to Near-Comeback
Concordia’s women’s hockey team gave the McGill Martlets a run for their money last Friday, but couldn’t complete the comeback as they were downed 7-5 at McConnell Arena.
Stingers Baseball Team Advances
Concordia’s baseball team moved on to the conference finals—earning themselves a trip to the nationals in Moncton—after shutting down the McGill Redmen on Monday in Game 3 of the conference semi-finals in a 9-0 decision.
Stingers Split Series at Nike Tournament
At the end of Concordia’s annual Nike men’s basketball tournament, there was one thing the Stingers shared in common with the other teams—they won one, and lost one. First, they eked out a 79-75 victory over the Laurentian Voyageurs on Oct. 7, and then fell to the Sir Wilfred Laurier Golden Hawks on Oct. 8 by an 80-75 score.
On Thursday night, the bars were packed. Beer was shared, nachos were ordered and a good time was had, though the Montreal Canadiens ultimately fell 2-0 to their archrivals, the Toronto Maple Leafs. It wasn’t just the beginning of a new National Hockey League season, though—it was also the start of another unhealthy body season.
There’s nothing better than slotting a nice hour-and-a-half workout into your day to spice up the monotony of your routine. Getting your workout in the morning is a great idea, you think—or maybe after class.
Expect less caffeine in your favorite pick me-ups
Health Canada clamped down on energy drinks last Thursday, now classifying the caffeine-infused drinks as food, so more regulations and rules can be imposed on them.