CSU survey: Financial security leads to better grades (The Concordian)

http://theconcordian.com/2017/10/csu-survey-financial-security-leads-to-better-grades/ Council also debates CREM endorsement, increased funding for First Peoples Week The consensus was clear at the last Concordia Student Union (CSU) council meeting: financial security seems to lead to higher grades. A review of the May 2017 General Undergraduate Survey at the latest CSU council meeting revealed that for every $1,000 of debt,... Continue Reading →


Jorge Sanchez has put his players first since 2002 (The Concordian)

http://theconcordian.com/2017/10/jorge-sanchez-has-put-his-players-first-since-2002/ Veteran head coach, in his 16th season, emphasizes work ethic, responsibility and having fun When The Concordian approached women’s soccer head coach Jorge Sanchez about doing an interview for a profile of him, he was hesitant. “It’s not about me,” Sanchez said. “It’s about the players.” Sanchez has become synonymous with the Concordia Stingers women’s soccer... Continue Reading →

No suspension for Laval player for hit on Trenton Miller (The Concordian)

http://theconcordian.com/2017/10/no-suspension-for-laval-player-for-hit-on-trenton-miller/ RSEQ suspends Laval Rouge et Or’s Kevin McGee for “unnecessary roughness” on James Tyrrell The Concordia Stingers football team lost to the Sherbrooke Vert et Or, with a score of 30-13, on Sept. 30 in the 31st annual Shrine Bowl. The Stingers, who now have a 2-3 record, had to play without quarterback Trenton... Continue Reading →

Jean-Guy Rimpel is simply trying to be the best (The Concordian)

http://theconcordian.com/2017/09/jean-guy-rimpel-is-simply-trying-to-be-the-best/   Concordia Stingers running back has his mind set on just winning a championship Jean-Guy Rimpel is not a running back many defensive players enjoy facing one-on-one. He bolts past, and often through, linemen, linebackers and defensive backs with ease. Oftentimes, he can only be stopped when he is tripped up or when multiple players... Continue Reading →

A one-game-at-a-time mentality for the Stingers (The Concordian)

http://theconcordian.com/2017/08/a-one-game-at-a-time-mentality-for-the-stingers/ Head coach Mickey Donovan doesn’t want players looking too far ahead into the season After finishing third in the Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec (RSEQ) conference with a 4-4 record last year, the Concordia Stingers football team is looking to make the jump to the next level. However, the team isn’t looking too... Continue Reading →

THE LADDER – Connor Gottfried: ‘Hard work is fun. That might sound nerdy, but that’s what I love’ (Special to the Globe and Mail)

https://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/careers/management/connor-gottfried-hard-work-is-fun-that-might-sound-nerdy-but-thats-what-i-love/article35694651/ Connor Gottfried, 40, earned a mechanical-engineering degree from the University of Calgary and gained 13 years of experience in the field before launching the eLearning development company, Leara, in 2012. Since then, Leara has amassed a clientele that includes NASA, ATCO and Marriott Hotels. Mr. Gottfried is chief executive officer. When I was 19, my high-school vice-principal... Continue Reading →

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