By Kayla Zopfi A student in my Women’s and Gender Studies class, WGS201, is currently awaiting trial for 10 counts of possession of child pornography and one count of disseminating child pornography. This is public knowledge – yet, from what I can gather, this student has been free to takeContinue Reading

By Ingrid Jacobson ’21 On Friday, March 6, the same day that Minnesota received its first presumptive positive coronavirus disease (COVID-19) case, the Concordia community received an email from President Craft entitled “Concordia  College Preparedness for Coronavirus.” At the time ofthe email, the college wasnot yet aware of the positiveContinue Reading

Hello Cobbers! My name is Anna Weier and I am this year’s editor-in-chief of The Concordian. I wanted to give you a quick introduction and what I aim to do with the The Concordian this year.  I am a senior double majoring in environmental studies and heritage and museum studiesContinue Reading

Concordia’s presentation of “Men on Boats” deserves our belated standing ovation. Not the patriarchal hand of approval, rather recognition of guts and craft. To stand and cheer comes by reflex when we see/hear/taste/feel what we came to see/hear/taste/feel—Recall the many post-performance scenes of lauding faces, waving and nodding in accordContinue Reading

Ahmed Afzaal, Religion Professor I was disappointed to learn that the Concordian will no longer be printed on a weekly basis, mainly as a result of financial stress (“Letter from the Editor-in-Chief,” Sept. 13). A student newspaper is an important part of campus life. In addition to being a sourceContinue Reading