Cobbers practice unique rituals to succeed in games Countless hours of preparation go into competing in athletics. What the crowd sees, warm-ups and pregame team huddles, are only a small fraction of the time spent physically and mentally focusing for game day. Because every sport is different and requires differentContinue Reading

Four flights of stairs below the stage in the Frances Comstock Memorial Theatre are boxes filled with vampire teeth, prosthetic monster masks, beaded fabrics, and a powder that mimics blood when mixed with water. The Concordia College theatre department is preparing for William McNulty’s adaptation of Bram Stoker’s “Dracula,” openingContinue Reading

Only two meets into the season, three new faces from three different backgrounds have already made their mark on the men’s cross-country team. Freshman Luke Lillehaugen has placed fourth amongst Cobbers in both meets. “I was expecting to place pretty well, but I didn’t know I’d be placing as wellContinue Reading