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  • Green boxes to go

    Green boxes to go

    The sustainability efforts of Dining Services and The Maize are becoming more prevalent, but many students may not be entirely mindful of one relatively new program: Green To-Go. In the […]

     
  • Sunny disposition: Concordia approaching solar panels

    Sunny disposition: Concordia approaching solar panels

    To achieve greater sustainability, Concordia has seriously considered solar energy. After receiving a $550,000 grant from the Margaret A. Cargill Foundation, the president’s sustainability council has taken measures to purchase […]

     
  • Cobbers’ colorful coiffures

    Cobbers’ colorful coiffures

    Why they do what they do Seniors Mel Kurtz and Dalton Schneider are Cobbers that take pride in personal expression, but their style extends beyond clothing and accessories. Their dedication […]

     
  • Our culture of busyness is wasting our time

    Our culture of busyness is wasting our time

    This time last year, I was thousands of miles away. I’ve been reminiscing quite a bit on the finer points of my time abroad (the eighty degree and over October […]

     
  • The formula of success

    The formula of success

    For the past couple of seasons, Concordia football has been moving in the right direction. And this year is no different. Currently the men are ranked number two in the […]

     
  • Female Halloween costumes

    Female Halloween costumes

    Are they too sexualized? As Halloween approaches, people are stocking up on candy and preparing their costumes. As people  walk down the costume aisle, men have a wide variety of […]

     
  • Keeping their eye on the prize

    Keeping their eye on the prize

    Despite losing some games, Concordia’s volleyball team is continuing to reach for this year’s MIAC championship Over the past decade, one word to describe Concordia’s volleyball team would be strong. […]

     
  • As midterms approach, Anti-Obama sentiment increases

    As midterms approach, Anti-Obama sentiment increases

    Weeks away from the midterm elections, campaigns are working overtime trying to convince voters; and republicans are trying simultaneously to pin and denounce Obama. Most notably, Kentucky Democratic Candidate Alison […]

     
  • No one rides for free

    No one rides for free

    Regents’ scholarship is no more Full-ride scholarships have become extinct at Concordia. This year, students applying to Concordia will not have the opportunity to compete for the Regents’ Scholarship due […]

     
  • After Bearson’s death, campus safety steps up

    After Bearson’s death, campus safety steps up

    In response to the passing of NDSU freshman Thomas Bearson, Concordia’s Public Safety means to step up their game. After his disappearance on Sept. 20 and the subsequent discovery of […]