Nothing (or very little) makes sense about sustainable development except in light of social community and conservation psychology. The International Institute for Sustainable Development defines sustainable development as “development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.” Most definitionsContinue Reading

Though many Cobbers imagine vast distances between themselves and their futures, Handshake, Concordia’s replacement for Career Link, hopes to bring them within arm’s reach of careers. Since the Jan. 4 launch of the Career Center’s new job seeking web service, Sara Johnson, Concordia’s employer and alumni relations manager, said the siteContinue Reading

Cobbers create retro-sounding sounding commercials for upcoming play The radio crackles to life. Saxophones squeal the first lines of a jingle. Then horns follow as an accent. Finally, a bright, modulated voice speaks vibrantly over the sounds, selling a product straight out of the 1950s. This may be what theContinue Reading

Concordia’s first independently organized TEDxConcordiaCollege event will take place April 7 and will challenge students to think about the familiar in unfamiliar ways with the theme PIVOT. Justin Odney, the lead organizer of the event, was inspired to initiate TEDxConcordiaCollege after attending TED conferences in Fargo and Minneapolis this summer.Continue Reading

My mom had my little sister, Tess, when I was nine years old and that’s when I started hearing the debate about whether or not women should be allowed to breastfeed publicly. Public breastfeeding was brought to my attention once again, a decade later, when the topic swept across socialContinue Reading

Reporting sexual assault on Concordia’s campus If you were to find your car missing from the parking lot one morning, would you report it stolen? If you were the victim of a mugging in the atrium, would you report the incident to the police? Of course you would. So whyContinue Reading

Museum studies students curate the Dean’s office honoring Concordia’s past and future A student walks into the office and sits down. They look around the room and see a vibrant print of a bookshelf hanging on one wall, and various other frames of old pictures and paintings depicting aspects ofContinue Reading