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  • Raise a glass to a wet campus

    Raise a glass to a wet campus

    I’ll say it if nobody else will. I have been intoxicated on campus too many times to count. I’m not saying this to boast or brag, but I want to […]

     
  • Anonymous ITS employee clarifies printing problems

    Anonymous ITS employee clarifies printing problems

    This year, there was a large update to the Uniprint system. I am the Uniprint support person in ITS. During all of my testing, the uniprint issues that students are […]

     
  • Reflection on last week’s Ferguson vigil

    Reflection on last week’s Ferguson vigil

    *The candlelight vigil was hosted Dec 3 in the Centrum to grieve and reflect on Michael Brown and the grand jury decision in Ferguson, MO. I write from a place […]

     
  • Why do we need to have finals?

    Why do we need to have finals?

    December is here already. Our weather is Minnesota Mean, our campus exudes Christmas spirit, and our students prepare for break. Of course, a fog hangs over campus: finals. Researchers have […]

     
  • Capistran performs with Mannheim Steamroller

    Capistran performs with Mannheim Steamroller

    A band director’s daughter grows up hearing various symphonies and sees many violins. In fourth grade, she is finally drawn to the orchestra and her journey as a violinist begins. […]

     
  • A guide to holiday movie Netflix binges

    A guide to holiday movie Netflix binges

    Mixing new with classics As the semester comes to a close and winter break approaches, Concordia students and faculty may be finding more time in their schedules for leisurely activities […]

     
  • Putin’s power eroding in face of sanctions

    Putin’s power eroding in face of sanctions

    President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin cannot catch a break. What does a Russian President need to do in order to recreate the Georgian Invasion of 2008 in Ukraine […]

     
  • Not just the ‘ugly sister’

    Not just the ‘ugly sister’

    Moorhead Mayor plans to revive city for students Mayor Del Rae Williams plans to revive Moorhead by reconstructing the downtown area and the mall, getting college students more involved within […]

     
  • Winter fashion

    Winter fashion

    Warmth or style? As the temperature continues to fall in the Fargo-Moorhead area, can being fashionable and keeping warm coexist? Senior Charles Rerick thinks that style and cold weather can […]

     
  • Math prof contests Ukraine column

    Math prof contests Ukraine column

    This letter concerns Taylor Tielke’s opinion column “Second Cold War Actually Unlikely” in the 13 November 2014 issue of the Concordian. I would like to point out several mistakes in […]