February 9, 2011

It’s a busy week for Concordia On-Air!  Suzanne and Renee tell us about the former Computer Science major here at Concordia.  Things are heating up with Toni in weather.  Katie and Yaw tell us how Cobbers are succeeding on and off the court.

 

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