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  • COIN coming to Cornstock this weekend

    COIN coming to Cornstock this weekend

    On April 27, located in Concordia’s very own Memorial Auditorium, students and faculty will be joined by the cherubs that comprise the indie pop group, COIN. Packed like sardines in […]

     
  • Christian values at Concordia need reform

    Christian values at Concordia need reform

    “The purpose of Concordia College is to influence the affairs of the world by sending into society thoughtful and informed men and women dedicated to the Christian life.” The Concordia […]

     
  • The Concordia Choir can be better

    The Concordia Choir can be better

    As it is, this is the last Concordian of the 2018-2019 school year. That means it’s the last chance I have to play the “Conco Critic” and openly discuss my […]

     
  • Taking it slow and watching a train ride

    Taking it slow and watching a train ride

    I just watched a seven-hour long video of a train ride. I suppose to be semantically correct I should say that I finished a seven-hour long video of a train […]

     
  • Billie Eilish young and powerful

    Billie Eilish young and powerful

    Under 18 but still killing the music game, singer and songwriter Billie Eilish released her first debut studio album on March 29. Her album, When We All Fall Asleep, Where […]

     
  • The issue of over-involvement

    The issue of over-involvement

    We’ve all heard the saying “over-involved Cobbers.” Most of us are one! I know I am. This year alone, I’ve tried my absolute best to balance a butt-load of activities: […]

     
  • Reflecting after Clausen’s retirement announcement

    Reflecting after Clausen’s retirement announcement

    When Rene Clausen announced his retirement in front of the collected choirs, there was a stunned silence that followed. The presence in the room was as if a death had […]

     
  • How to write a paper in a night

    How to write a paper in a night

    It’s about that time of the semester again. The snow has melted, you want to go outside, but you can’t because all the professors seem to have conspired to assign […]

     
  • 30th Annual Woodlands and High Plains Powwow

    30th Annual Woodlands and High Plains Powwow

    On Saturday, March 30th, an estimated 3,000 people from all walks of life gathered in Memorial Auditorium at Concordia College for the 30th annual Woodlands and High Plains Powwow (WHPP), […]

     
  • Conservatives deserve a voice on campus

    Conservatives deserve a voice on campus

    Diversity is one of the core ideals that Concordia has strived for in recent years. Equity for all people and ideals is important to create well balanced individuals to send […]