National Park Service at 100

National Park Service at 100

As students, I feel a pressing question we are constantly posed is, “What will your generation’s legacy be?” It is a heady question. It seems we are precariously balancing on […]

 

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    Freshman playwright publishes first play

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    Long days, late nights

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  • A plateful of BernBaum’s traditional Jewish New York deli bagels. Photo by James Harvey.

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  • Senior Ben Cousins finished first in the 157 weight classes at the NCAA West Region Meet. Photo courtesy of Concordia Sports Information Office.

    Wrestling team finishes 2nd in NCAA West Region

      March has been a favorable month for the Cobber wrestling team in recent years. The year 2016 marked the fourth consecutive year Concordia has finished second in the NCAA […]

     
  • Election Day should be a holiday

    Election Day should be a holiday

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  • Concordia adds new summer school courses, online options

    Concordia adds new summer school courses, online options

    Concordia has put in extra effort this year to boost interest in summer school by offering brand-new classes, flexible online options and a large selection of courses. This summer, Concordia […]

     
  • Letter to the Editor: Meghan Olson

    Letter to the Editor: Meghan Olson

    Dear Concordia, As I prepare to graduate this May I find myself reflecting on my time here at Concordia. As an incoming freshman I remember feeling wanted and welcomed as […]