Graphic by Emilie Bowman.

Search for new chief academic officer continues

Starting next fall, Concordia College will no longer have a provost. Instead, the title will change to vice president of Academic Affairs. William Craft, president of the college, decided to […]


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    Students to study South Korean printmaking

    Last month six Concordia students found out they will be embarking on a journey to South Korea with two art professors through a grant sponsored by the ASIANetwork organization. Susan […]

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    Women in sports: Stereoptypes and gender expectations target female athletes

    Standing in the hallway, peering in through a dirty window, there are a couple of women in the Concordia weight room among a sea of men. Those brave souls. According […]

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    Ending the rape culture online

    In Steubenville, Ohio, a verdict has been handed to two high school football players finding them guilty of raping a 16-year-old girl. The case has been racking up mentions online […]

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    A true student athlete

    Today, the term “student-athlete” gets thrown around a bit too loosely; however, I am happy to attend an institution that still upholds these words. Many collegiate athletic programs are getting […]

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    Sliding into what?

    Ah spring, when a young man’s fancy lightly turns to thoughts of leaving this place. Most seniors will agree that it’s a difficult time of year to stay focused, even […]

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    Keeping track of track: part 2

    Now presenting the second half of The Concordian’s guide to track and field events. Featured this week: pole vaulting, high jump, shot put and relay. Shot put The shot put […]

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    Dance Marathon set for Saturday

    Why do you dance? It’s the question senior Laura Gonshorowski asked her team and the community as they compiled answers into a video promoting Cobberthon—the dance marathon event happening on […]

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    It’s Coffee Time

    Needing a reason to get off campus? Want to feel cozy? Craving a caffeine boost?  There is no better way to cover all of these things then by traveling to […]

  • Photo by Olivia Gear. Presdient Craft responds to a group of more than 70 students who stormed the administrative building Tuesday, chanting and raising signs in support of a more sustainable college community. The students called for more transparency where sustainability projects are concerned.

    Craft called to action

    Standing in Lorentzsen, President Craft observed quite a different scene than usual over the Tuesday lunch hour. A group of students who share a passion for sustainability wrote and circulated […]