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 […]

 

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  • 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, […]

     
  • Letter: Celebration of Student Scholarship

    Letter: Celebration of Student Scholarship

    When I came to Concordia, I thought I had everything figured out. I was convinced that as an independent adult, I already knew what career I wanted and what I […]

     
  • Letter: Celebration of Student Scholarship

    Letter: Celebration of Student Scholarship

    Dearest Cobbers, For those of you who have amazingly evaded any information about Celebration of Student Scholarship, CoSS, up until this point, I am here to tell you that it […]

     
  • Letter: A word on mints

    Letter: A word on mints

    In the ongoing battle between red and green DS mints, green is clearly the better choice. I am now in my third year of eating in DS an average of […]

     
  • Alumnus’s social justice play comes to Concordia

    Alumnus’s social justice play comes to Concordia

    Sudhir Selvaraj wrote play about Bhopal’s gas disaster     Spreading awareness of social justice issues, alumnus Sudhir Selvaraj will present his play on Bhopal’s gas disaster in the beginning […]

     
  • Concordia Theatre announces 2014-15 season

    Concordia Theatre announces 2014-15 season

    Symposium Staged Reading Sept 15 As a part of the 2014 Symposium on “Sustainability: Local Action | Global Impact,” Concordia Theatre will be sponsoring a staged reading of Cherrie Moraga’s […]

     
  • Speaking out: Giving a voice to the voiceless

    Speaking out: Giving a voice to the voiceless

    Speaker performs poetry and gives presentation for Women Appreciation Month Ekere Tallie, a poet, teacher and activist who speaks against racism, violence and silence, believes in the value of seeing […]

     
  • Refugees given new learning opportunities in FM area

    Refugees given new learning opportunities in FM area

    On June 9, adult and elderly refugees in Fargo-Moorhead will be offered an informal, conversational English program that caters to their specific needs, made possible by Concordia student Mackenzie Lindquist. […]

     
  • Mario Kart with a twist

    Mario Kart with a twist

    Livedalen residents competed in a Mario Kart tournament with a twist in Livedalen’s lounge on Sunday, March 9. The twist to this tournament was that in pairs, students were required […]