Editorial: Why do people even go here?  

Editorial: Why do people even go here?  

Our chief editor muses on why students choose to be cobbers Why do people even go here? I have asked myself that question many times. To be honest, I am […]

 

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  • A word from the Student Government Association about the new year

    A word from the Student Government Association about the new year

    Welcome to campus, Cobbers! And welcome to Concordia Student Government Association 2014-2015. The Executive Team and all SGA members have remained hard at work over the summer. Aside from ensuring […]

     
  • Smith stands in for Clausen

    Smith stands in for Clausen

    This year, Concordia Choir bids a temporary farewell to a beloved colleague and conductor and welcomes an old friend. Dr. René Clausen will be taking time off this year to […]

     
  • Student rep to summer working group explains proposal

    Student rep to summer working group explains proposal

    Welcome to my first column. This year, I’ll be writing on an issue near and dear to everyone reading this paper: higher education. Higher education is in a state of […]

     
  • Concordia alumnus directs local play

    Concordia alumnus directs local play

    Concordia 2012 alumnus Christopher Damlo has been named assistant director of the Tin Roof Theatre’s upcoming production of Abby Man’s “The Judgment at Nuremberg.” The play is based upon the […]

     
  • College Republicans placed 2,977 American flags on campus to symbolize victims of the September 11th attack.

    Concordia remembers 9/11

    The seats in the Centrum filled to capacity this past Thursday night. Some students were laughing and socializing with friends. Others sat in silence in preparation for the somber presentation. […]

     
  • Politics: Obama’s Iraq is not the same as Bush’s

    Politics: Obama’s Iraq is not the same as Bush’s

    Our columnist dissects and defends Obama’s strategy against ISIS With the recent announcement of President Obama’s strategy on the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), congressional Republicans have been […]

     
  • Concordia enrollment: The downslide continues

    Concordia enrollment: The downslide continues

    For most Concordia students, the announcement last spring of Fjelstad’s closing shocked many students and staff. Rumors were spread about a sudden, dramatic decrease in enrollment for the incoming freshmen […]

     
  • Orientation: What does it really do?

    Orientation: What does it really do?

    Before Concordia freshmen enter their first classes and their college years beyond, they must undergo three activity-packed days of orientation. Though many students feel orientation properly introduced them to Concordia, […]

     
  • Benefits to being a fall athlete

    Benefits to being a fall athlete

    With the help of their fellow teammates, athletes are successfully integrating into the Cobber community Over the years, Concordia has been lucky enough to have had many talented freshmen athletes […]