Are you willing to break the stigma?

Are you willing to break the stigma?

Everyone always says that your college years are the best years of your life. Sure, it’s where you meet your best friends and make lifelong memories, but it’s also a […]

 

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    Young Blood coffee shop brews more than just coffee

    White walls. White tables. White chairs. White bar. White mugs. White light. Vinyl of Rolling Stones plays, coffee machines whirr, conversations flutter. A family walks in, dad leading the way […]

     
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    A Cobber adventure story

    Megan Shelden shares her study abroad experience When deciding on a college, most teenagers focus on factors like tuition, available majors, and graduation rates. When Megan Shelden selected Concordia, she […]

     
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    New school year brings new men and women’s golf coach

    The change in leaves this fall brought in a change of coaching staff for the Cobber men and women’s golf teams. Taking the place of longtime coach, Duane Siverson, is […]

     
  • Plagiarism: new sustainability initiative

    Plagiarism: new sustainability initiative

    After 125 years of striving for a greener community, the Concordia administration has finally determined the best way for students to address sustainability on campus: plagiarism. Students are now encouraged […]

     
  • Free condoms on campus aren’t free

    Free condoms on campus aren’t free

    Sex! Condoms! Concordia! There are currently two locations on Concordia’s campus that offer free condoms: the health office and the sociology department office. Let’s talk about the health office first. […]

     
  • Dakota Access Pipeline, a new paradigm for industrial capitalism

    Dakota Access Pipeline, a new paradigm for industrial capitalism

    This summer, the Dakota Access Pipeline garnered media attention, igniting opposition across the U.S. and critique from international partners. According to Energy Transfer Partners, L.P., the Dakota Access Pipeline is […]

     
  • The pros of a Trump presidency

    The pros of a Trump presidency

    Donald Trump. His name is something close to taboo, his ideas and policies are ridiculed harshly and his supporters are harassed and targeted by people from all sides of the […]

     
  • After spring cuts, programs struggle to grow

    After spring cuts, programs struggle to grow

    A new social activism minor, and cuts within the world languages and cultures department and classical studies department; changes in Concordia’s offered majors and minors. This year a new minor, […]

     
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    Concordia enrollment rises above the rest

    The number of freshmen and international students at Concordia is growing, thanks to new enrollment and recruiting strategies. This year’s class of freshmen and incoming transfer s is up 5.4 […]