Green boxes to go

Green boxes to go

The sustainability efforts of Dining Services and The Maize are becoming more prevalent, but many students may not be entirely mindful of one relatively new program: Green To-Go. In the […]

 

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    Pictures at a revolution

     A Cobber’s photo album from the Hong Kong protests (Editor’s Note: The following article was previously published, on October 4th, under the title “Umbrella reVolution” as a post to its […]

     
  • Music, Theater Departments collaborate to produce musical

    Music, Theater Departments collaborate to produce musical

    Concordia College – As Concordia’s theater program kicks off November with the popular musical “Les Misérables,” cooperation between the theater and music departments becomes the key to putting on the […]

     
  • Not all of us are ‘Happy Cobbers’

    Not all of us are ‘Happy Cobbers’

    In a deeply personal submitted column, a recent alumnus gives an account of his depression Concordia is a great place. It is filled with happy cobbers of all ages, shapes, […]

     
  • A shot in the right direction for the women’s soccer team

    A shot in the right direction for the women’s soccer team

    The ball is rolling in the right direction for the Cobber women’s soccer team this season. With a polished record of nine wins, one loss and a draw, the Cobbers […]

     
  • Int. Business Club back in action

    Int. Business Club back in action

    After a 10-year hiatus, Concordia’s International Business Club is underway, pushing for a greater presence on campus through new features and technology. “We hope to create a community of people […]

     
  • Letter to the editor

    Letter to the editor

    Task force chair takes us to task Dear Editor, Thank you for the article on Sept. 25 regarding the work of the ad hoc committee on the status of women […]

     
  • A word from the Student Government Association about the new year

    A word from the Student Government Association about the new year

    Welcome to campus, Cobbers! And welcome to Concordia Student Government Association 2014-2015. The Executive Team and all SGA members have remained hard at work over the summer. Aside from ensuring […]

     
  • Good night, and good luck

    Good night, and good luck

    Nearly every year, as spring break approaches, an article appears in The Concordian bemoaning Student Government as visible only during election season. These laments continue describing the nonexistent authority of […]

     
  • Freshman Ariel Johnson plays the role of Antonia. Photo by Liv Ulring.

    Much Ado About Nothing

    Seniors to experience last main stage performance with Concordia Theatre It is the Elizabethan era and the governor Leonata throws a masked ball. Noblemen, soldiers and friends of Lenoata mingle, […]