Track indoor season indicates promising outdoor season

Track indoor season indicates promising outdoor season

Records were broken and champions were crowned. Even though seasons come to an end, something seems to make the end lean to the sweet side rather than the bitter. For […]

 

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    Thinking critically about St. Patrick’s Day

    St. Patrick’s Day is here, and the spirit of the day is apparent everywhere. Shamrocks and clovers decorate people and walls, while American rivers run green with Irish pride. Similar […]

     
  • Students gather in Cyrus M. Running Gallery during the opening of the exhibition. Photo by Kaley Sievert.

    Student art celebrated at juried art show

    The gallery buzzes with warm conversations as students, faculty and families meander through the room. The walls pop with color from watercolor, acrylic and digital paintings. Framed art takes its […]

     
  • Left to Right: Logan Jorgenson, Cassi Monroe, Karis Baerenwald, and co-presidents Colin Johnson and Madison Lindquist at a weekly splinter group meeting Tuesday night. Photo by Maddie Malat.

    Creative writing club

    Cobber students bring their imagination and storytelling to life Write about the person sitting to your right. He wears glasses. The earpieces hide in short, sandy blond hair. He is […]

     
  • Lucas Anderson

    In memory of

    Concordia sophomore Lucas Anderson passed away this past Saturday in his family’s home. Anderson, age 26, was a talented pianist, and his talent was greatly admired by his peers and […]

     
  • Your degree won’t define you

    Your degree won’t define you

    I’ve changed my major around quite a bit while at Concordia. I came in with a declared major of music performance and theatre arts. After a semester, I changed it […]

     
  • Concordia student Colin Johnson aims his longsword at his target, hoping to make a clean cut. Recyclables filled with water are Colin’s target of choice. Submitted by Linnea Baerenwald.

    The art and technique of test-cutting

    Concordia sophomore Colin Johnson sets up two mini water bottles on a makeshift ta- ble in his backyard, then looks over his shoul-der to make sure everyone is at least […]

     
  • G. Willow Wilson’s “The Butterfly Mosque” is available in the Cobber Bookstore. Photo by Emely Kransvik

    “The Butterfly Mosque” to be upcoming summer read

    This summer, hundreds of incoming freshmen will read the memoir of a young American woman and hear her questions about faith, following her brave journey to Egypt, where she decided […]

     
  • Many quads in Brown Hall will be converted into triples like this current one. Photo by Reilly Myklebust.

    On-campus housing shifted to fit decreased enrollment

    As the end of the school year creeps closer and students begin to seek housing for next year, some have been surprised to find certain changes in on-campus dorm and […]

     
  • Concordia sports lack online streaming capabilities

    Concordia sports lack online streaming capabilities

    In the technological world of social media and smartphones, being connected to everything at all times has never been easier. For sports fans this means score updates via push notifications, […]