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  • Off-season athletes find different ways to keep busy

    Off-season athletes find different ways to keep busy

    Cobber athletes commit a large majority of their time to their respective sports and even get involved in other extracurricular activities.  Luckily, Concordia’s scheduling allows these individuals a chance to […]

     
  • A conductor’s last season

    A conductor’s last season

    Michael Smith reflects on his career as he prepares for his last tour In D. Michael Smith’s last year of directing choir, he had the chance to direct The Concordia […]

     
  • Letter to the Editor: Mary Anderson

    Letter to the Editor: Mary Anderson

    Libraries and the media have one ideal in common:  the 1st amendment.  The pillar of a free and open society, one that responsibly engages in the affairs of the world, […]

     
  • Authentic BREWing

    Authentic BREWing

    Paulsen visits original Starbucks during band tour The scent of freshly brewed coffee wafts through the air, adding warmth to the walnut-colored tables, the brown leather chairs. The phrase “16 […]

     
  • Frisbees flying high

    Frisbees flying high

    Concordia’s ultimate Frisbee team pursues tournament titles while having fun Throughout the years, Olson Forum has been the home of Concordia College’s very own ultimate Frisbee club. Aside from providing […]

     
  • Hosting high school sporting events 40 years and counting

    Hosting high school sporting events 40 years and counting

    Even before the 1970s, the Concordia Athletic Department has had the role of hosting regular season, sub-section and section games for the Minnesota State High School League. The regular season […]

     
  • ‘It’s on us’ pushes for sexual assault awareness

    ‘It’s on us’ pushes for sexual assault awareness

    Concordia partnered with the It’s On Us campaign to organize a discussion about sexual assault awareness. Over 100 students gathered in the Centrum on Monday, Feb. 9, at 7 p.m. […]

     
  • Beethoven may have been black

    Beethoven may have been black

    Evidence suggests whitewashing of the composer’s legacy As probably very few of you outside the music department know, the Fargo-Moorhead area is currently in the throes of something called Beethovenfest. […]

     
  • Band tour beneficial to Cobbers and high schoolers alike

    Band tour beneficial to Cobbers and high schoolers alike

    “It’s band time!” Each week members of the Concordia Band hear their director Dr. Peter Haberman shout this phrase before rehearsal. But during the week of Feb. 2-6, there was […]

     
  • Symposiums to focus on China, Middle East

    Symposiums to focus on China, Middle East

    Concordia will bounce around the globe in future symposiums. The Concordia community will learn how our region plays a significant role with the rest of the world in the upcoming […]