Submitted photo. Meghan Cogdill takes photos of the scenery along the trail.

Highland adventure

“How long is a piece of string?” This was how long Ruthie Stein, a Concordia junior, had to hike to get to the overnight rest stop on the second to […]

 

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    Finals periods made mandatory

    The semester just got a little longer. Concordia College faculty are now required to utilize the finals period as a part of new federal law that defines a credit hour […]

     
  • Photo by Sheldon Green, Concordia College. Pastory Elly hopes to spend her first year on campus learning and listening.

    Pastor Elly finds her calling at Concordia

    Reverend Elizabeth “Elly” McHan never wanted to be a pastor. She is, however, now the latest addition to Concordia’s ministry. Her father was a pastor, and she remembers how hard […]

     
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    New religion course wins national grant

    Students will delve into learning about collapsed cultures in next semester’s new religion class “Encountering Despair and Radical Hope.”  The class was awarded a grant by the National Endowment for […]

     
  • Cobber Nation Vice President Kristian Erickson cheers at a hockey game with other members of the fan group. Cobber Nation will be in attendance at hockey games this year and hopes to attract a larger fan base to the events.

    Cobber Nation gets in on hockey action

    With painted chests and impressive outdoor voices, the men of Cobber Nation have led Concordia students in cheering on our athletic teams since 2004.  At a football game, Cobber Nation […]

     
  • Submitted. The theme for the 2012 Christmas Concert is "All Are Welcome".

    All are welcome at Concordia’s Christmas Concert

    The annual Christmas Concert supplies the Christmas spirit all year for the music department. However, there are many other departments involved in the planning process. “I feel fortunate there are […]

     
  • Graphic by Emilie Bowman.

    Let’s get social: introducing a new column on social media

    Tweet. Like. Friend. Pin. Tumble. Favorite. Retweet. Blog. Post. Plus one. While your platform may not have made it on this short list, social media is weaved into nearly every […]

     
  • Cobbers clean up Duluth

    Nineteen Concordia students from Habitat for Humanity and their advisor helped with flood relief in Duluth this past weekend through the college’s Habitat for Humanity. The students arrived Friday night […]

     
  • Graphic by Emilie Bowman.

    Downtown, baby!

    Downtowns across the country are benefiting from “Renaissance zones” aimed at restoring old buildings and boosting pedestrian traffic. Programs are also being implemented to encourage more walking and less driving. […]

     
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    Game recap: Soccer takes MIAC championship

    The Concordia women’s soccer team earned an automatic bid into the NCAA Division III Tournament as they clinched the MIAC post-season conference championship on Saturday. After 90 minutes and two […]