Raise the debt ceiling: con

Raise the debt ceiling: con

View the counterpoint here. Well, we are back at square one again, again. This fall, Congress must decide whether or not to raise the debt ceiling, allowing the United States […]

 

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  • Raise the debt ceiling: pro

    Raise the debt ceiling: pro

    View the counterpoint here. Consider the current political system. Anyone not cynical about the lack of willingness within Congress to work together and work constructively to solve problems has not […]

     
  • Big World, ‘Little Bee’

    Big World, ‘Little Bee’

    I try not to judge a book by its cover, but the main reason I picked up this book was for its bright yellow sleeve with a silhouette of a […]

     
  • Students surveyed study abroad opportunities at the Global Learning Expo Sept. 17th. Photo by Chase Body.

    Global Education pushes exploration seminars

    Students exploring study abroad opportunities gathered Sept. 17 at the Global Learning Expo to examine their options. These students now have an additional seven programs to choose from, which were […]

     
  • Coffee shop etiquette

    Coffee shop etiquette

     
  • Students enjoy unique athletic clubs

    Students enjoy unique athletic clubs

    Every Sunday evening Olson Forum converts into a quidditch pitch. Yes, you heard that right; the game of quidditch is played on Concordia grounds. Despite not having flying brooms at […]

     
  • Scarf Boy meets White Horse.

    Scarf Boy meets White Horse

    Scarf Boy had found home at Concordia, that much was sure. People cared about him and his well-being and made that apparent from the minute they started interacting with him. […]

     
  • Game-ready field takes work

    Game-ready field takes work

    Building Services works to make Concordia athletic facilities ready for game day Fans arrive at the entrance of Jake Christiansen Stadium decked out in maroon and gold. The stands are […]

     
  • Editorial: Dealing with media bias

    Editorial: Dealing with media bias

    Last week during layout, The Concordian staff discussed an argument between one of the editors and another student about the criticisms of modern day media. This brought up some of […]

     
  • Credo honors program undergoes changes

    Credo honors program undergoes changes

    Credo, Concordia’s honors program, will launch its new research-intensive courses this spring. The program’s new focus brings multiple changes, including the replacement of the old team-taught classes. Low numbers of […]