Starbucks recently released its annual holiday cup, and it has thousands of people upset for one reason — they believe it wages a “War on Christmas.” Starbucks began using iconic holiday cups in 1997. These cups were decorated with designs of snowflakes, tree ornaments and reindeer — fun, festive symbolsContinue Reading

Concordia student wears holiday sweaters for 25 days of Christmas Junior Kate Bjelde, a self-proclaimed Christmas enthusiast, has created a tradition for herself to wear a different Christmas sweater for each of the 25 days leading up to Christmas, including Christmas Day. Submitted photos.   It kicked off Dec. 1Continue Reading

Austin GerthAustin Gerth is a member of Concordia’s class of 2016. He edits the Opinion section. He has worked variously as a pizza cook, night-time dishwasher, caterer and water park attendant. He is a writing major, having determined through his experiences in the working world that he is ill-suited toContinue Reading

The Concordian Politics Blog

See the opposing argument here. Old Christmas is dead, but hold your tears and don’t mourn quite yet. The New Christmas is worthy of all your joy and praises, but more importantly, your money. The Old Christmas feelings of cherishing what you have and rejoicing in what you can giveContinue Reading

The Concordian Politics Blog

See the opposing argument here. *WARNING* this piece is satirical in nature. Well, its Christmas season once again, time to go out and get all the gifts for our friends and family, watch classic movies and spend time with loved ones. As the days grow shorter and Christmas Day drawsContinue Reading