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  • Cobbers collaborate with FM Pride Center

    Cobbers collaborate with FM Pride Center

    Concordia students are collaborating with the Fargo Moorhead Pride Collective and Community Center to put on a “Take Pride in Your Health Day” event this Saturday. The event aims to […]

     
  • Why hide the budget from students?

    Why hide the budget from students?

    There are good people at Concordia. Some of the best people I have ever met attend school and work here. I was planning to write a final editorial with a […]

     
  • Evaluating evaluations

    Evaluating evaluations

    Professors talk about student feedback At the end of each semester, professors read evaluations completed by students who have taken their classes. Professors look at the averages of both the […]

     
  • Drinking a part of Cornstock?

    Drinking a part of Cornstock?

    The Ready Set. Chiddy Bang. Last Weekend. Break from studying. Friends. Summer weather. Hearts pumping. Insides vibrating. Screaming. Laughing. Singing. Parties. Memories. Last times. Let loose. Cornstock 2015. Also, drinks. […]

     
  • Women’s rights through music at CoSS

    Women’s rights through music at CoSS

    Last week was four days of the typical academic drudgery with a beautiful island of rest in the middle. That blessed oasis was the Celebration of Student Scholarship, or CoSS. […]

     
  • A fond farewell from Fondell

    A fond farewell from Fondell

    On a recent trip home, as my mom gave me instructions for a round of chores, she kept accusing me of not paying attention. I was, of course, listening closely, […]

     
  • Concordia Band Spain-bound in 2016

    Concordia Band Spain-bound in 2016

    Next year, Cobbers in the Concordia Band will have a chance to break down barriers with music in the 2016 May international band tour to Spain. Dr. Peter Haberman, director […]

     
  • Senior musicians reflect on their collegiate careers

    Senior musicians reflect on their collegiate careers

    Cobbers are preparing for their last few days of the school year. For the senior student musicians, their to-do lists include stepping down so younger musicians can take over. Senior […]

     
  • Versatile athletes thrive through multiple sports

    Versatile athletes thrive through multiple sports

    Seniors believe passion for athletics stems from ability to play array of sports In an afternoon long conversation with three graduating mathematics majors, Shannon Goetz, Rachel Lane and Kristen Solbrack, […]

     
  • The ‘Big Six’ at Cord

    The ‘Big Six’ at Cord

    Spring is here already. The grass is green, the sun glows warm, and we are all – faculty and students – waiting for finals to be over. As these beautiful […]