Feeding the animals in Concordia’s Biology Department is now more cost-effective and environmentally friendly, thanks to food donations from Dining Services. The Exotic Animal Care and Husbandry Club is responsible for taking care of the animals housed in the Jones Science Center.  Assistant professor of biology and advisor of theContinue Reading

Karl Rove, former advisor to President George W. Bush, will deliver a speech for students, faculty, and members of the community on Sept. 29 at 7:30 p.m. in the Centrum. There are many differing opinions on campus concerning Rove’s visit and how his politics will affect the campus’s reputation. SophomoreContinue Reading

Concordia reorganized the structure of the college administration this summer to allow for more synergy between academic affairs, student affairs, and information affairs. Mark Krejci, Ph.D., was appointed by President Pamela Jolicoeur as provost and dean of the college on July 1. Krejci’s previous position was vice president for academicContinue Reading

The Minnesota State Fair gives visitors a chance to connect with state residents over fried food, energizing entertainment, and a friendly atmosphere. Each year, visitors look forward to trying new culinary experiments and visiting favorite booths scattered throughout the fair. The Concordia College booth made its debut in the educationContinue Reading

H1N1 influenza A virus, commonly referred to as swine flu, emerged in April and spread so quickly it was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization in June. It is the first pandemic in over 40 years. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s “FluView” interactive mapContinue Reading

The time has come for individuals in same-sex, monogamous, lifelong relationships to get recognition in congregations across the country – and possibly get elected as members of clergy. This decision and more were made at the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America’s church-wide assembly in Minneapolis a few weeks ago. It’sContinue Reading

Concordia students will notice something missing in Anderson Commons this fall. The plates, utensils, and glasses are all there, but there is no longer anything to rest them on as you move from station to station. Anderson Commons is now a trayless dining facility. The move, led by the SustainabilityContinue Reading

During the flood of 2009, I’ve heard over and over again that the flood was an opportunity for Cobbers to “become responsibly engaged in the world” or “influencing the affairs of the world one sandbag at a time” by contributing to the sandbagging effort. A chance to practice what we’veContinue Reading

Dear Flood Fighter, I just wanted to write you and tell you how proud of you I am. No one told you that you’d spend a week filling, passing, and stacking. That’s not why you came here. But that didn’t stop you. When you heard the news of the flood,Continue Reading