Photo by Kaia Miller. Concordia students take a minute to become registered voters at the booth in the Parke Student Leadership Center, facilitated by the Campus Democrats.

Voting poll to open in Knutson: students living on campus can fill out their ballots in the Atrium

With the election one month away, students have started thinking about voter registration. A new rule beginning this year says every student living on campus will be able to vote […]


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  • Photo by Regan Whitney. The Offutt School of Business during construction.

    Offutt advances

    Although it appears the Offutt School of Business has a long way to go, it will be open for classes at the beginning of the 2013 spring semester and will […]

  • Photo by Jamie Telander. Concordia’s Habitat for Humanity chapter will teaming up with five other campus organizations to build children’s playhouses as a fundraiser.

    Habitat to build playhouses

    Concordia’s Habitat for Humanity chapter is taking the initiative to be more community-based. On Oct. 6 they and five other campus organizations will team up to build six children’s playhouses […]

  • Graphic by Ryan Bloom.

    Religious climate survey results revealed

    Concordia students want to talk about religious pluralism, but some students do not feel accepted on campus, according to results from a recent survey. A campus religious and spiritual climate […]

  • Photo by Jamie Telander. Concordia students fill the stands at a volleyball game. Athletic Director Rich Glas is partnering with the Marketing Club to create “Cob Mob”, a student fan group that will hopefully keep sports spectators coming.

    ‘Cob Mob’ takes steps to increase fan attendance

    The athletic department has worked with the Marketing Club to create a new way of giving students at Concordia more incentive to attend sporting events this semester. Cob Mob will […]

  • Graphic by Ryan Bloom.

    Student leaders cope with less funding

    Funding for student organizations has decreased this school year due to the drop in enrollment and an increase in budgets for larger organizations. Some of the organizations that requested more […]

  • Photo by Jamie Telander. The volleyball team warms up. The women would not be playing Division III volleyball if not for Title IX, an education amendment that passed 40 years ago.

    Celebrating Title IX

    When Title IX, an amendment outlawing gender discrimination in any educational program receiving federal funding and assistance, was passed, it opened a whole world of opportunity for women. This included […]

  • Graphic by Ryan Bloom.

    Sports brief: Olson Forum balcony

    Concordia is evaluating the equipment located in the balcony of Olson Forum in order to make appropriate repairs, replacements and additions sometime this school year. The college started evaluations earlier […]

  • Graphic by Ryan Bloom.

    Let’s SALSA

    A new organization on campus is aiming to support students who have or are planning on studying abroad. Seniors Katie Randklev and Raquel Mondor recently formed the Student Association for […]

  • ‘Hiking Santorini’ May Seminar reintroduces athletic study abroad

    ‘Hiking Santorini’ May Seminar reintroduces athletic study abroad

    Director of Concordia’s Global Education department, Per Anderson, said the school is looking into study abroad programs that are more “holistic,” and in doing so is looking to the past […]