Alas, we’ve reached the end of another year. For those of us at The Concordian, that means a few different things. For one, time for an awesome banquet. Two, time for me to make a teary-eyed speech about how great a year it’s been and how much I love the
Going through the exit loan counseling process this week really put things into perspective for me: I’m a senior, and in a month I’ll be an independent career person.
The New York Times made an announcement last week that may change the face of journalism forever, with the potential to be the first step on the road to recovery… or perhaps ruin.
The Concordia College Board of Regents has unanimously approved Dr. William J. Craft as the 11th president of Concordia College. The vote came today, about a week after the Presidential Search Committee recommended Craft for the position. Craft is expected to begin his official duties July 11, and will visit
A lot has been said this week about the issue of the Computer Science program being phased out. Some claim this is an absolutely unforgivable act by the Concordia administration, completely ignoring the direction society is taking in general, while others argue that the major simply was not viable any
The Computer Science Program has been eliminated at Concordia. The following email was sent to students majoring in computer science on Feb. 7. Dear Students majoring or minoring in Computer Science, I am writing to you today to inform you about a decision regarding the Computer Science program at Concordia.
It’s very rare that I get to write an editorial addressed to one person. In fact, I never do it. This week, though, things happened that made it nigh irresponsible to not write such an editorial. I won’t go into details as to what this is about, but the person
Hey, You. Log off your Facebook, cease the tweeting, and power down your texting machine for about five minutes; I’ve got something I want you to hear (or read…I guess). If you are somewhere between 0 and 27 years old, or thereabout, you just may be part of what I’ve
Editor’s note: This story is part of The Concordian’s series on sexuality at Concordia. A name in this story has been changed to respect the wishes of one of the people identified. Brandon and Chris sat on the couch in Brandon’s room. Brandon had invited Chris, his new friend, to
You hear the stories all the time. Joe was in the grocery store in Chicago. He was just about to pay the cashier when a woman came up to him and said, “I saw the ring on your finger! You’re a Cobber?!?! Me too!” The two, both graduates of the