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Tunnel of Oppression sparks debate

The Tunnel of Oppression presented by Intercultural Affairs last Thursday has elicited critical remarks from students who disagreed with its grouping of minorities into broad categories. The most vocal critiques […]


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    College bubble interferes with BREW

    “Becoming Responsibly Engaged in the World,” otherwise known as BREWing, is a superlative goal at Concordia, but I have recently noticed an opportunity for the college to put more meaning […]

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    F-M Opera boasts Cobber members

    Students, faculty & alum prepare for momentous season Concordia students and faculty have played important roles in the Fargo-Moorhead Opera for years, and this one is no exception, with the […]

  • Revamped Concordia website offers new tools

    Revamped Concordia website offers new tools

    Concordia upgraded its website this summer, which just celebrated its one month birthday. The new website includes new tools for students, including an interactive quiz and a social media hub. […]

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    Grief walks among us

    At any moment it can happen. Like a power outage it can leave a person helpless and alone in the dark. Along the way there are bumps, wrong turns and […]

  • The Minnesota connection

    The Minnesota connection

    The rest of the world could only watch in horror this week as members of the radical Islamist al-Shabaab militant group killed and wounded hundreds of people last weekend.  The […]

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    Mining supports us, but should we support mining?

    For many Minnesotans, the acronym BWCA brings back memories of time spent reconnecting with nature in one of the United States’ most beautiful places.  The Boundary Waters Canoe Area is […]

  • Protect the hungry and the poor

    Protect the hungry and the poor

    The Republican dominated House of Representatives passed a bill Thursday which would cut roughly $39 billion from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) in the coming decade. Representative and Majority […]

  • Cobber Nation gets the crowd revved up at a Cobber football game spelling out, "Let's Go Cobbs!" on their chests and waving Concordia flags. Submitted photo.

    A spirited brotherhood

    Cobber Nation more than guys getting together to paint themselves and do push-ups What started out as a floor-bonding experience has turned into a Concordia tradition. This year Cobber Nation […]

  • Students Jaci Jeziorski and Kari Nelson paint positive words at the President's Seminar last Friday. The seminar focused on what it means to be a "Happy Cobber." Photo by Jordan Elton.

    The Happy Cobber

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