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 […]

 

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    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 […]

     
  • Un-Braveheart: Why I can’t say ’Aye’

    Un-Braveheart: Why I can’t say ’Aye’

    Could an independent Scotland be economically stable? This is it, my big break. This is my first time writing for an audience – unless you count my Nebraskan penpal from […]

     
  • New guest policy may have holes

    New guest policy may have holes

    How will Concordia crash our sleepovers? With no more visitation policies in the dorms, students may intermingle with either gender at any time of day. However, Resident Life has issued […]

     
  • Prexy’s pond: myth busted

    Prexy’s pond: myth busted

    The myth of Prexy’s Pond has been debunked: it is biologically safe to swim in compared to other lakes, but it is still not allowed. Jerry Raguse, the Grounds Service […]

     
  • A new year means big changes for The Concordian

    A new year means big changes for The Concordian

    Reader engagement, visual appeal among goals Let’s all be honest with ourselves right now. How many people on campus actually knew we had a weekly, student-run newspaper until you started […]