Dakota Access Pipeline May Be Best Option

Dakota Access Pipeline May Be Best Option

The world has changed drastically in the last few hundred years. The invention of cars, planes and other vehicles, along with major growth in technology around the world has dramatically affected […]

 

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  • Letter to the Editor: Danny Kocher

    Letter to the Editor: Danny Kocher

    This year’s symposium took countless hours from countless faculty, staff, students, and guests to set up and run, but it only took one issue of the Concordian to ignore its […]

     
  • Relaxing should not be a guilty pleasure

    Relaxing should not be a guilty pleasure

    Study for religion and film tests, write reflection paper, plan the next SALSA meeting, work on intercultural communication project, schedule interviews for documentary, write blogs for internship, look for post-grad […]

     
  • Bursting the exclusive ‘Cobber Bubble’

    Bursting the exclusive ‘Cobber Bubble’

    The “Cobber Bubble.” We’ve all heard the phrase, and we all use it endearingly. We are happy and safe in this so-called “bubble.” But is it really a positive force […]

     
  • Switzerland votes on green economy

    Switzerland votes on green economy

    Thomas Jefferson once said, “Every generation needs a new revolution.” While I think most people could give a reasonable definition of the word “revolution,” there are a host of varied […]

     
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    CEC expands event calendar

    This year students can look forward to more CEC events each week than in years past. While there used to be two or three events per week, this year there […]

     
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    Federal student aid available early

    For new and continuing college students, things are about to change with the financial aid process. The federal government has changed the time that the FASFA applications will be made […]

     
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    Concordia welcomes new orchestra director

    When the Concordia Orchestra’s first notes ring out in Memorial Auditorium this Homecoming Saturday, there will be a new director behind the baton. This year’s Homecoming Concert will mark the […]

     
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    Family weekend finds alternatives to athletics

    Family Weekend — a weekend devoted for parents to come and visit their Cobbers and participate in events that supply the whole family with fun. This year, families from Georgia, […]

     
  • The high cost of higher education

    The high cost of higher education

    When was the last time you were stressed about money? I’m going to guess it was within the past week — maybe even the past 24 hours. According to the […]