For months, there has only been one major topic in politics: the 2020 presidential election. Continuing the honored practice started over 200 years ago, millions of Americans went to the polls on November 3 and cast their vote for the candidate they want to be the next president. Then theyContinue Reading

As U.S. senators debated and voted on impeachment trial rules and amendments on Tuesday, January 21, students at Concordia had their own discussion regarding impeachment. The Concordia Political Science department hosted Politics Café, a lunch and discussion centered around the impeachment of President Donald Trump, which gave students an opportunityContinue Reading

Students across campus have many different opinions when it comes to impeachment. Some are for it, some are against it, and some aren’t really sure what impeachment even means.  But many students agree that there should be some sort of formal charge against the president.  On July 25, 2019, PresidentContinue Reading

Public officials recently applied the label “polar vortex” to describe severe weather conditions sweeping across the U.S. Record-low temperatures caused hundreds of Midwest colleges to cancel classes and close facilities, leading to numerous difficulties for students — both at Concordia College and other institutions. From health risks due to theContinue Reading