Guelph

Door-to-door check-ins admirable, but more work ahead for Guelph

Door-to-door mental health check-ins are a kind gesture, not a sustainable solution.Continue...

Gaels defeated by Gryphons at home

The women’s rugby team faced tough competition this weekend as they hosted the second-best in the country Guelph Gryphons, at home on Nixon Field. The highly contested match resulted in a 5-50 loss for the Gaels.Continue...

Continuing an Ontario dynasty

It’s been said that there are three guarantees in life: death, taxes and Queen’s having a place in the OUA men’s rugby final.Continue...

A new home away from home

Kevin Rush, a former Wilfrid Laurier student, says transferring to Queen’s wasn’t as simple as it sounds.Continue...

Upset victory at Richardson Stadium

Backed up against their own end zone, a stroke of magic resulted in the longest touchdown throw in the Gaels’ history.Continue...

Mixed results lead to fourth-place finish

A loss in the season’s final game kept women’s volleyball from surpassing the Ryerson Rams for third in the OUA East.Continue...

Top-10 grudge match

If women’s hockey wants to even their score against the Guelph Gryphons, they’ll have to do it against one of the OUA’s top goaltenders.Continue...

Injured, but not out

An injury to a key player proved costly for women’s basketball
last weekend.Continue...

Frenetic flourish

After finding themselves on both sides of a fourth-quarter comeback over the weekend, men’s basketball finally got their first win of the year last night.Continue...

Strong, then stagnant

A promising start to men’s volleyball’s weekend was spoiled by a lackadaisical effort in their second match.Continue...

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