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  • Q&A with National Book Award finalist Anand Gopal

    Q&A with National Book Award finalist Anand Gopal

    Anand Gopal shares the stories of three Afghans – a Taliban commander, a US-backed warlord, and a village housewife in his book No Good Men Among the Living: America, The […]

     
  • Letter to the Editor

    Letter to the Editor

    Being college students, I think we can all agree that sleep is quite often in high demand and in short supply. We all know that sleep is obviously necessary to […]

     
  • Inequality, empathy and the academy

    Inequality, empathy and the academy

    This week, let’s focus on a topic that cannot seem to leave the headlines: inequality. Introduced into the popular lexicon by the Occupy Wall Street movement in 2011, inequality represents […]

     
  • On the value of finding one’s art

    On the value of finding one’s art

    Coming off choir tour, I’m tired as hell. My voice is ragged and my school work lagged (ha). It was a great two weeks, but I felt every day of […]

     
  • Thrifting: Where to save a buck

    Thrifting: Where to save a buck

    College students live with a constant struggle to be able to buy spring clothes, a book to trigger their imagination or a coffee maker for the caffeine crazed–all while trying […]

     
  • Men’s hockey players earn post season honors

    Men’s hockey players earn post season honors

    Despite losing this year’s MIAC semi-finals, nine Cobbers named all-conference In record setting fashion, Concordia’s men’s hockey team finished the season with nine players receiving all-conference postseason honors. The MIAC […]

     
  • CobBikes return, plans in store

    CobBikes return, plans in store

    After a grueling Winter, the CobBikes have finally returned to their rack, and they will stay there for the rest of the semester – rain, shine or even snow. Dr. […]

     
  • Studying abroad planning takes time

    Studying abroad planning takes time

    Before the adventure, the host families, the bus rides or the plane trip, many Concordia students must organize and plan for their study abroad classes. Each student approaches this differently. […]

     
  • The ethical use of the non-verbal

    The ethical use of the non-verbal

    I think I know too much. And it feels dangerous. The realization came in my first semester at Concordia, when I took “Nonverbal Communication.” I was worried about studying for […]

     
  • Biking professors brave the elements

    Biking professors brave the elements

    With the recent improvement in weather, more students and faculty can be seen taking advantage of the extended daylight. For faculty members Bill Snyder and Donald Brummond, the warmer temperatures […]