The brain above the scarf

The brain above the scarf

There are only a select few people on this campus who knew Scarf Boy in his pre-scarf days. There is a faint and distant memory in the minds of some […]

 

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  • Cobbers place at state singing competition

    Cobbers place at state singing competition

    There was to be no clapping after his performance. The competition rules allowed the audience to only clap after every third performer. As the second contestant, he was supposed to […]

     
  • Senior Alexandra Lippert waits for a pass in a goal against Carleton. The wonen's basketball team's firt game is Friday Nov. 15. As current MIAC conference champions, the team has been working hard in hopes of keeping that title. Submitted photo.

    Winter sports preview

    Men’s Hockey The Men’s Hockey team started out their season with two wins. The team defeated St. Johns 2-0 and Hamline 6-1 in the 2013 Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Men’s […]

     
  • Senior Tiffany Sieu, who is doing her senior thesis for Urinetown, plays Penelope Pennywise. Photo curtesy of Jen Thomas.

    ‘Urinetown’ reflects on societal issues

    Using plungers to fight for their right to pee for free, the lower class of “Urinetown” raises important social questions in Concordia’s upcoming musical production. “Urinetown,” which opens Nov. 14 […]

     
  • Feeling the squeeze

    Feeling the squeeze

    This week Student Government Association released a proposal to decrease The Concordian’s funding from $12 per student to $10.50 per student for next school year. The proposed decrease in funding […]

     
  • Keep calm and work out

    Keep calm and work out

    Concordia students enjoy a variety of physical activities to stay healthy As the end of the semester approaches, assignments have started piling up. Along with this, the amount of stress […]

     
  • Seniors Isaac Helath, senior Bryce Frentz and freshman Jonathon Sutton practice for the upcoming Prism concert. This year's concert wil revolve around the theme "America." The concert will be Nov. 17 in Memorial Auditorium. Photo by Chase Body.

    Prism concert given a theme for first time

    Prism, Concordia’s annual winter concert featuring wind and percussion instruments, will have a theme for the first time in its history. The Nov. 17 concert’s theme is America. Peter Haberman, […]

     
  • Sophomores Kjerstin Engebretson and Kirsten Henagin led lectures geared towards students last week related to smart financial practices. Photo by Morgan Schleif.

    Money Revolution: Becoming financially savvy

    Students inform peers about smart financial practices Last week was Money Week, a time when Concordia students were introduced to financial education efforts led by sophomores Kjerstin Engebretson and Kirsten […]

     
  • In defense of the Cobber Ring

    In defense of the Cobber Ring

    A small gold and maroon band has been the victim of quite a bit of flack recently during the most exciting time of its life. It has been called a […]

     
  • Colleges Against Cancer take over No Shave November

    Colleges Against Cancer take over No Shave November

    MOORHEAD- The gentlemen of Concordia are about to look a little scruffier than usual, but this time it may be for a cause. Colleges Against Cancer has turned No Shave […]