Who owns your vote?

Who owns your vote?

It’s unusual that economic works garner national attention in the United States, especially to the degree that they sell out on Amazon. French economist Thomas Piketty has done just that […]

 

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    Thoughts on ‘Fargo’ from a Fargo native

    As you may or may not be aware, FX recently released the first episode of a new television series based on the Cohen brother’s 1996 film Fargo.  This was a […]

     
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    ‘Richest lonely people in the world’

    Speaker shares lessons learned through years of activism From Philadelphia to Calcutta to Baghdad, Christian peace activist and author Shane Claiborne has been advocating against injustice around the world for […]

     
  • Editorial: Big changes are only the beginning

    Editorial: Big changes are only the beginning

    As the year winds down and we say our teary goodbyes, we can’t help but look at the stacks of archived issues here in The Concordian office with a sense […]

     
  • Should I stay or should I go?

    Should I stay or should I go?

    Liberal arts colleges are dealing with decreased enrollment across the country as high schools see smaller graduate pools. Newspapers everywhere are reporting on the shrinking pool of applicants for college […]

     
  • Spring sport wrap-up

    Spring sport wrap-up

    Spring sports rely heavily on fair weather. Rain and snow lead to unplayable game facilities. In years past, these teams have had to deal with postponements and cancellations due to […]

     
  • Memorial Auditorium update

    Memorial Auditorium update

    What exactly has been going on in Memorial Auditorium this year? In the Fall, Concordia announced that Memorial Auditorium, which serves multiple purposes on campus, would be the subject of […]

     
  • Study finds Concordia lags behind area schools in financial return

    Study finds Concordia lags behind area schools in financial return

    Admissions explores underlying reasons for Concordia’s ranking Concordia graduates aren’t getting as good of a financial return on their tuition as students from North Dakota State University and Minnesota State […]

     
  • Good night, and good luck

    Good night, and good luck

    Nearly every year, as spring break approaches, an article appears in The Concordian bemoaning Student Government as visible only during election season. These laments continue describing the nonexistent authority of […]

     
  • Q&A with author Melanie Hoffert

    Q&A with author Melanie Hoffert

    Melanie Hoffert, a Concordia graduate, released her memoir “Prairie Silence” last year. On April 5, her book received the Minnesota Book Award for the Memoir and Creative Nonfiction category. Hoffert […]