By Alexander Cole As a student sports journalist who covers the CIS teams here at Concordia, I hear a lot of people tell me that they simply don’t care about the teams here. The reasons people give me for their overall apathy towards the Stingers and any other campus sports team usually boils down to… Continue reading Can we have a little bit more pride for our teams?
By Alexander Cole When people think of students who are involved in university sports, most would assume that the student is a player or trainer for one of the teams. Dominic Labelle, however, has taken on one of the most important roles a team could offer. “At one point I decided to quit because I… Continue reading Much more than just your average student
By Alexander Cole Megadeth – Dystopia (Tradecraft, 2016) Since the ‘80s, Megadeth has been one of metal’s most important acts. Dystopia, the band’s latest effort, has pretty much everything you would expect from them. The fast solos and catchy riffs are there, but singer Dave Mustaine’s vocals are more difficult to listen to than ever.… Continue reading Megadeth – Dystopia Review
Alexander Cole WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Concordia @ Bishops (W: 58-46) After defeating the Bishops Gaiters on Feb. 4 with a score of 80-51, the Stingers travelled to Bishops University where they won 58-46. Forward Marilyse Roy-Viau led the Stingers with 18 points, six assists and six rebounds. Stingers forward Richelle Gregoire was also a factor in… Continue reading Stingers Weekend Results
By Alexander Cole Since the 1970s, video games have been a huge source of entertainment for people all around the world. Whether it be through Atari, the very first Nintendo or even newer consoles like the Xbox One and Playstation 4, there are people who have experienced hundreds of hours of entertainment because of video… Continue reading The rise of competitive video gaming