10 questions with … Evan Vossen

MT: How did it feel to win the CIS championship? EV: It’s a great feeling. The way things happened in terms of the history of the franchise, the program—which is 136 years old—not winning after what we went through last year in terms of losing in the finals, and then[Read More…]

The hypocrisy of “artist supporters”

I’ll admit it: I used to download music illegally. Let’s face it, nearly everyone who owns a computer with Internet access has, at one point in their life, downloaded a song, album, or even an entire musical collection through suspicious avenues. It’s become so popular that entire music stores have[Read More…]

The hypocrisy of “artist supporters”

I’ll admit it: I used to download music illegally. Let’s face it, nearly everyone who owns a computer with Internet access has, at one point in their life, downloaded a song, album, or even an entire musical collection through suspicious avenues. It’s become so popular that entire music stores have[Read More…]

10 questions with … Evan Vossen

MT: How did it feel to win the CIS championship? EV: It’s a great feeling. The way things happened in terms of the history of the franchise, the program-which is 136 years old-not winning after what we went through last year in terms of losing in the finals, and then[Read More…]

Redmen, Martlets fall in first round of RSEQ playoffs

The season was a difficult one for both McGill soccer teams, who were looking to continue their surprising outdoor soccer playoff success in Marie-Victorin centre. Both teams were eliminated in the first round of their respective RSEQ playoff series in tightly fought one-goal games, leaving much to look forward to[Read More…]

Martlets miss golden opportunity, win CIS bronze

Rick MacWilliam / Edmonton Journal There are few athletic organisations that have been pegged with “win gold or bust” expectations. Canada’s Olympic hockey teams, however, are always held to this high standard. Thanks to their consistant success in the past 12 years, the team is now held to the same[Read More…]

Martlets soar through playoffs to win RSEQ title

Simon Poitrimolt / McGill Tribune For the seventh consecutive season, the McGill Martlets are the RSEQ women’s ice hockey champions. The title came at the expense of the University of Montreal Carabins, as McGill swept the two-game series by scores of 5-1 and 4-0, respectively. Though the scores seem to[Read More…]

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