Cobbers reach out of the Concordia bubble to give a helping hand A string of orange garland lines the door to Churches United for the Homeless, while grinning Jack-o-Lanterns cling to the windows. Inside, plastic pumpkins and cardboard turkeys line up on coffee tables and bookshelves to greet visitors. TheContinue Reading

Winona LaDuke speaks on indigenous people, environment and the seventh generation On the morning of Monday, Oct. 17, Winona LaDuke stood alongside the hundreds who had gathered at the Standing Rock Sioux reservation to protest construction of the controversial 1,172-mile Dakota Access oil pipeline. That night, she stood before aContinue Reading

Concordia theatre launches season with “Proof” What do you get when you add a grieving daughter, an unforeseen love interest and a paradigm-shifting proof? This week, the cast and crew of Concordia College’s production of “Proof” are doing the math. David Auburn’s Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winning “Proof” tells the storyContinue Reading

When the Concordia Orchestra’s first notes ring out in Memorial Auditorium this Homecoming Saturday, there will be a new director behind the baton. This year’s Homecoming Concert will mark the directorial debut of Kevin Sütterlin, Concordia’s new director of orchestral activities and conductor of the school’s flagship orchestra. Sütterlin succeedsContinue Reading

Concordia deals and discounts encourage school spirit The line at the Coffee Stop is long, even for 9 a.m. on a Friday. A cluster of Cobbers, many of them dressed in maroon and gold, stand chatting and staring at cell phones as they wait for their morning caffeine boost. AtContinue Reading

Megan Shelden shares her study abroad experience When deciding on a college, most teenagers focus on factors like tuition, available majors, and graduation rates. When Megan Shelden selected Concordia, she had her eye on one thing: the school’s extensive study abroad program. “I just knew, ever since I was inContinue Reading