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  • Music in the News

    Music in the News

    Your weekly music roundup ending April 1st, 2015.

    Paul McCartney to re-record The White Album for G.O.O.D Music
    Following a string of unexpected collaborations with hip-hop and now fashion magnate Kanye West, it seems Sir Paul McCartney has taken a liking to the rapper’s vigorous work ethic.The pair have agreed to work on more projects,...

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  • Classical rap battle 2015

    Classical rap battle 2015

  • Waste away in Wand’s weird world

    Waste away in Wand’s weird world

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Changing the Stingers name?

Changing the Stingers name?

The CIS ruling body is considering a major shift in the athletic landscape...

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Preaching perseverance to reach the podium

Preaching perseverance to reach the podium

Four-time Olympic medallist spoke about his journey as part of the Red Bull Athlete Tour

Charles Hamelin was 17 years old when he began to dominate the podium in short track speed skating. Before that, he’d never imagined a future of Olympic stardom. He never imagined that he would be racing against the fastest skaters in the world one...

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Concordia hosts regional combine

Concordia hosts regional combine

Four veteran Stingers were given the chance to impress CFL scouts

On Wednesday, March 25, Concordia hosted one of the three Canadian Football League (CFL) regional combines. Some of the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) top football prospects descended to the Loyola campus Stinger Dome in front of a plethora of pro scouts, team ...

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Sports in the news

Sports in the news

Your weekly sports roundup for the week ending March 31st, 2015....

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Arts

Bathroom graffiti is a “cultural phenomenon”

Bathroom graffiti is a “cultural phenomenon”

Preservation efforts to be implemented on Concordia’s campuses

The president of Concordia’s Fine Arts Preservation Society (FAPS), Phil A. Shio, has issued a statement calling for the university to protect and preserve “sacred” works of bathroom graffiti....

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The Student Diaries re-examines the Maple Spring

The Student Diaries re-examines the Maple Spring

Concordia student Karina Licursi’s first documentary streams online in the midst of new protests

March 2012: Students gather in solidarity to protest a proposed hike in tuition fees. At times, protests turn violent and riot police use pepper spray, rubber bullets and tear gas to subdue the masses united in civil disobedience.

March...

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A spectacular opening of The Envelope

A spectacular opening of The Envelope

Vittorio Rossi’s play showcases artistic vision and conflict

Packed full of bright characters and big personalities, The Envelope was a wonderful glimpse into the life of theatre and film industry workers.

The premiere at the Centaur Theatre was a firecracker of a show. The play is Montreal playwright and director Vittorio Rossi’s...

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The Cherry Orchard is funny and fearless

The Cherry Orchard is funny and fearless

The Liberal Arts College Theatre Society embraces farce in its latest production

Anton Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard occupies a wonderful ambiguity between comedy and drama. While the early 20th-century Russian play is undeniably hilarious, the ending is unabashedly tragic. This weekend, Concordia’s Liberal Arts...

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