The political agency of sports is often downplayed in popular conversation, if not totally ruled out. While scoring a goal from centre ice doesn’t exactly warrant a parliamentary medal, sport culture is fostering a growing liberalism. Furthermore, a desire from sporting entities to maintain a wide audience has the potential[Read More…]
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Saturday’s Synchronized Swimming Invitational brought fierce competition and excellent choreography in front of a packed audience at McGill’s Memorial Pool. The overflowing bleachers—full of family, friends, and fans—radiated excitement and anticipation for McGill’s 12-time Canadian University Synchro Swim League (CUSSL) title winning White Team. McGill dominated the invitational, walking away with high[Read More…]
The McGill Redmen (3-9-1) fell 3-1 against the Montréal Carabins (8-3) on a cold, rainy Sunday at Molson Stadium. McGill, already disqualified from the post-season after their loss to Laval on Friday, nevertheless began the game with an ambitious effort to walk away with the victory. During the first[Read More…]
Every October, the NFL engages in a variety of activities to promote breast cancer awareness—also known as Pink October. While at face value, the league’s efforts may appear altruistic, further inquiry casts a shadow of doubt upon its intentions. It’s no secret that the NFL has undergone significant media scrutiny[Read More…]
The very last tied game in NHL history was played between the Carolina Hurricanes and the Florida Panthers on April 4, 2004. It was anything but slow. The Hurricanes took an impressive 4-0 lead in the first period before allowing six unanswered goals to start out the third. Carolina recovered[Read More…]