What exactly has been going on in Memorial Auditorium this year? In the Fall, Concordia announced that Memorial Auditorium, which serves multiple purposes on campus, would be the subject of extensive structural analyses and possible closures. Director of Facilities Management Wayne Flack explained what has been happening throughout the pastContinue Reading

Cobbers to thank lawmakers for grants; will lobby for more state funds Concordia students will travel to the Minnesota state capitol Thursday to thank legislators for Minnesota grants. In the past year, the state of Minnesota appropriated $50 million to Minnesota state grant funds. This money went to University ofContinue Reading

Proposed academic calendar change draws criticism from student survey, forum In response to Concordia students’ feedback regarding the proposal to move the school to a 1-3-3-1 academic calendar, Student Government Association has drafted a report for administrators to consider. SGA submitted a recommendation Wednesday that asked administrators of the collegeContinue Reading

International Justice Mission works to educate students on human, sex trafficking Filing through the streets of Amsterdam, potential customers peer into windows where half-naked women kneel on silk sheets and pillows. Glowing red lights outline the women’s bodies as they sway around, beckoning buyers. Amsterdam’s famed red light district whereContinue Reading

Elimination of ‘intervis’ garners positive response from Cobbers   Student Government Association announced last week that Concordia will not have visitation restrictions, commonly referred to as intervis, in its dorms on campus with the start of the 2014-2015 school year. Students, faculty and staff gathered in Jones C/D on JanuaryContinue Reading

  Concordia will no longer uphold visitation restrictions in dorms on campus effective the 2014-2015 academic year. On Tuesday, Jan. 21, Student Government Association announced in an open forum that the change was approved. “We are excited to announce that intervisitation policies will be changed completely,” SGA President Levi BachmeierContinue Reading