[Editor’s note: This is a continuation of last week’s “Let’s talk about sex” article. Part 1 addressed Concordia’s approach sexual safety accessibility compared to area colleges.]   The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America issued a sexuality statement in August 2009 about what the church believes is right. Under the commitmentContinue Reading

Concordia College is undergoing changes: the phasing out of majors, a new school of business, soon a new president. However, there is a change that has not been widely discussed: the new sexual misconduct policy. The five-paragraph sexual violence policy posted on the school’s Web site will soon change intoContinue Reading

The Concordia mission statement has been embedded into the minds of Cobbers since their arrival on campus: becoming responsibly engaged in the world. Some Cobbers take this mission statement to heart. For Darrell Ehrlick, a 1998 graduate, becoming responsibly engaged in the world means pursuing something he has passion for:Continue Reading

Andrew Wiens, a senior, and Brie Petrich, a 2010 alumna, have been described as “The Parents,” “The Grandparents,” and “The Old Couple” by their friends and those the couple have hosted. Wiens and Petrich act older than they are: taking care of those who do not outwardly ask for help,Continue Reading