Ashley Gilles understood the irony of her dinner choice on April 1, 2012. All she wanted was a burger and beer, and a reason to take her mind off of 6 p.m. So she and her roommates drove to Smash Burger. That’s healthy, Ashley thought; while waiting to hear aboutContinue Reading

Editor’s note: Technically, I’m supposed to steer clear of first person in these editorials because they are meant to represent the opinion of the Publication. But it’s almost the end of the year, and I’ve already broken that rule a few times, and it’s late, and I’m graduating in aContinue Reading

Well here it is, my last column of the year. Crazy, isn’t it? How fast time has come and gone. I still remember sitting down to draft my first column, staring at the blank screen and flashing cursor. Typical me, I immediately became really stressed out and worried about whatContinue Reading

It always seems fitting to write a “year in review” for the last issue of the school’s paper. It forces me to look back on what I’ve learned or places I’ve been met with success or failure. It also results in a lot of you reading through about seven orContinue Reading

Her Cobber ring sits in a glass dish, unworn. The golden “C” in a rectangular ruby surrounds “05,” the year Jade Rosenfeldt graduated from Concordia College. Now an attorney at Vogel Law Firm in Fargo, N.D., Rosenfeldt doesn’t wear her ring. Each year, hundreds of juniors and a handful ofContinue Reading

The end of any typical fall semester at Concordia is filled with many things, from the Christmas Concerts to the stress of final examinations. December can feel like a race to the finish, as students scramble to put final touches on papers and cram in last-minute study sessions. However, forContinue Reading

It is the time of year when students have to make decisions about studying abroad. With the usual thoughts of where to go and what is available in mind, the Office of Global Education hosted the Global Education Showcase Jan. 31 to answer those and other questions. This showcase isContinue Reading

In a week and a half, I’ll be a college graduate. Since this will be my last article for the Concordian, I thought I’d break from my usual format to voice a concern that I’ve been carrying with me for a while now: as a culture, it seems like we’veContinue Reading

This Letter to the Editor was submitted by Lisa Bertrand, a Junior at Concordia College. Tardiness is something we all can relate to, but it is almost always unacceptable.  Late students miss valuable information. And with ever-rising tuition costs, this habit of lateness becomes a costly one. This is anContinue Reading

Need help identifying work options at home and abroad? The Concordia College Career Center is proud to announce access to “Going Global,” a leading provider of career and employment resources for evaluating, selecting and transitioning into a successful career in a foreign country. Going Global’s 80,000 page database contains CountryContinue Reading