U.S. relations with the Middle East: Military might

U.S. relations with the Middle East: Military might

View the opposing argument here. After more than a decade, America’s conventional wars in the Middle East appear to be drawing to a close. By next year, we will have […]

 

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  • U.S. relations with the Middle East: Diplomacy

    U.S. relations with the Middle East: Diplomacy

    View the opposing argument here. In the very near future, the United States’ relationship with the Middle East will be a very important aspect of our foreign policy. As this […]

     
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    Humans of New York

    You may have heard of Humans of New York on the news or through word-of-mouth. Maybe a picture has come up on your news feed on Facebook because one of […]

     
  • The luckiest kid

    The luckiest kid

    Forget not the privileges that have helped you get where you are The first time I was chosen to compete in a spelling bee, I thought I might be the […]

     
  • Library to provide new services this semester

    Library to provide new services this semester

    This semester, the Carl B. Ylvisaker Library will present some new features to students and the community. The main new feature is the Library Outpost available in the Offutt School […]

     
  • Biology professor Jennifer Bath is working with students to create a vaccine to combat hookworm infections. Photo by Chase Body.

    A cure for hookworm?

    Biology professor and students make progress on hookworm vaccine In areas of rural poverty in the developing countries of the tropics, a parasite known as hookworm is affecting numerous individuals […]

     
  • Basketball intramurals underway

    Basketball intramurals underway

    Cobbers get creative with team names Intramural basketball at Concordia is underway. Men’s and women’s basketball began last week with games being played in Olson Forum and Memorial Auditorium on […]

     
  • Students react to change in visitation policy

    Students react to change in visitation policy

    Elimination of ‘intervis’ garners positive response from Cobbers   Student Government Association announced last week that Concordia will not have visitation restrictions, commonly referred to as intervis, in its dorms […]

     
  • Junior Alex Elizárraga wrote and performed a Concordia rap to demonstrate his Cob- ber spirit. He also performed
the Hoedown Throwdown. Photo by Morgan Schleif.

    A Q&A with the 2014 Mr. Concordia

    Junior Alex Elizárraga wins title How does it feel to be this year’s Mr. Concordia?: It feels spectacular! I never would have guessed I’d receive such a title at Concordia. It’s […]

     
  • Letter: A long road to education equality

    Letter: A long road to education equality

    What If? Sitting in on Minnijean Brown-Trickey’s keynote address on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, I was floored by the realization that I was listening to one of the nine […]