Social media’s double-edged sword

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  • Photo by Meg Pittelko. Nicole Kippen and Megan Schindler catch up on their friends' blogs in Kippen's room in Hoyum Hall. Both girls maintains their own blogs.

    Blogging on the rise

    This article was written by Meg Pittelko, a contributing author at The Concordian. After a long day of orientation activities, freshman Nicole Kippen slid into her desk chair and flipped […]

  • Learning & attendance

    This Letter to the Editors was submitted by Brandon King, a senior at Concordia College. During my first two years of life at this institution, I was a “good” student. […]

  • Sweeping victory

    Zach Frappier pitched all 7 innings in the first of two winning games against Luther during a doubleheader at the Metrodome on March 10. The cobber men will return to […]

  • This ballot came from junior Nathaniel Nesiba and freshman Tyler Snelling's debate on the weekend of Feb. 25 and 26. Although the team scored higher than their opponents, the other school, the judge had written the other school's name as the winner.

    Debaters qualify for national tourney

    For the first time since 2008, Concordia College will be represented at the National Debate Tournament, overcoming serious odds along the way. Junior Erik Walker and sophomore Emily Bosch won […]

  • Keystone politics

    Whenever gas prices skyrocket, Americans suddenly become interested in our country’s dependence on foreign fossil fuels. A dramatic price jump is enough to force families to reconsider their taking separate […]

  • Photo by Peter Stanton. Concordia nursing student Kristina Fabry is making and selling scarves at Moxie Java's Fargo and Moorhead locations. 100 percent of the profits from Fabry's scarves are given to the Carson Glore School in Kenya, which works with Build Africa.

    Student creates a close-knit bond with Moxie Java

    Concordia nursing student Kristina Fabry, ‘13, not only has a heart for helping others but also for the craft of knitting. She has creatively combined her two passions into a […]

  • New location, new customers

    This article was written by Kaitlyn Gantz, a contributing author at The Concordian. I wanted to eat off campus, to wander around for a while, but I didn’t want to […]

  • Photo submitted by Bekah Marcis. This is the poster for the upcoming concert that will benefit the fight to end sex trafficking, sponsored by a campus group called Hope is Possible.

    Hope is Possible concert to benefit the fight to end sex trafficking

    A benefit concert to raise money toward ending sex trafficking will be held at Monday at 7 p.m. in the Centrum. The concert, organized by the campus club Hope is […]

  • Counseling Center experiences busier school year than ever

    Sitting in front her computer, Concordia counselor Juihsien Kao pulled up her electronic calendar. Like a completed puzzle, countless colored blocks covered the screen, each showing an appointment with a […]