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  • Voter ID is a bad idea

    Voter ID is a bad idea

    On Tuesday, October 21, the Supreme Court upheld the previously struck down Texan voter identification law. The 2011 law requires people voting to present photo identification in order to vote […]

     
  • Faculty members receive 100K digital humanities grant

    Faculty members receive 100K digital humanities grant

    Concordia College has received a $100,000 grant from the Mellon Foundation that focuses on digital humanities. The Mellon Foundation encouraged Concordia College to apply for the grant, aware of Concordia’s […]

     
  • Concordia students and faculty to be showcased in local opera

    Concordia students and faculty to be showcased in local opera

    Otto Nicolai, a German composer created an opera based off of the original Shakespearean comedy, “The Merry Wives of Windsor.” Concordia Students and professors act in the opera based in […]

     
  • Analyzing the voter turnout in Ferguson, Missouri

    Analyzing the voter turnout in Ferguson, Missouri

    Elections are less than a week away; get informed about the candidates and go vote. I’m sorry, it’s just that when I became a Social Studies Education major, I had […]

     
  • Search for enrollment VP continues

    Search for enrollment VP continues

    The quest for a new VP of Enrollment continues With the vacant position in the vice president of enrollment, Concordia is on the move to find the next individual to […]

     
  • African Student Union to host Ebola panel discussion

    African Student Union to host Ebola panel discussion

    On Thursday, October 30, the African Student Union, in collaboration with the International Student Organization will be hosting an Ebola panel discussion and presentation in the Fuglestad Auditorium (Jones 212) […]

     
  • Coming to an arena near you

    Coming to an arena near you

    This season Concordia’s winter athletes look forward to growing as a team and are excited to compete against fellow D-III institutions Winter is right around the corner, which means the […]

     
  • Sports Editor: Higher Education should be free

    Sports Editor: Higher Education should be free

    Last semester, President Craft announced that Concordia’s 2014-2015 tuition would stand at $41,484. This $1,510 increase from last year has resulted in this year’s low enrollment and has put students […]

     
  • Speech team speaks for itself

    Speech team speaks for itself

    Concordia’s nationally-ranked speech team continues to excel in competitions while exploring important topics that have yet to hit the newsstands. Speech students search day after day for interesting, compelling topics. […]

     
  • Slam poetry performed on campus to promote student voting

    Slam poetry performed on campus to promote student voting

    Well-known slam poet Sierra DeMulder visited Concordia not only to perform her style of original political poetry, but to convince students that their vote matters. The audience snapped fingers as […]