The end of classes, exams, and (hopefully) cold weather is coming. Summer is near. For many of us, this means days filled with work, internships, and if we’re lucky, a lake day here and there. Many Cobbers stay in the area for those fleeting months, enjoying the area’s activities andContinue Reading

Track and Field This year’s Cobber track and field team is the largest the program has ever seen according to the men’s head coach Garrick Larson. “The size of the program is a good sign for success,” he said. “It’s a healthy program.” Larson credits the program’s competitiveness to theirContinue Reading

As Concordia’s dance team, the Zea Mays, flew home from Orlando, Fla., after placing eighth in the semifinals at the Universal Dance Association National Championship, team captains Amanda Bertrand and Vanessa Yamry only had feelings of pride. “I’m proud of our team,” Bertrand, a senior, said. “We’ve come really far-—especiallyContinue Reading

Students, athletes, alumni and community members gathered in Memorial Auditorium on Dec. 2 to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Title IX, an amendment enacted in 1972 giving women equal rights in educational programs and activities receiving federal funding. This amendment opened up school sports for participation by women. Senior women’sContinue Reading