Students across campus have many different opinions when it comes to impeachment. Some are for it, some are against it, and some aren’t really sure what impeachment even means. But many students agree that there should be some sort of formal charge against the president. On July 25, 2019, President
Having to buy a new laptop or smartphone can get really expensive, especially on a college student’s budget. One Cobber grad may have the business that is the solution to those problems. Rylan Drake, a 2019 Concordia graduate with a degree in International Business, recently opened his own business Red
With the 2020 election less than a year away, Concordia Student Government Association is encouraging students to learn more about being civically engaged. Last week, students across campus learned how they can best become more civically engaged in their communities. Five events were held throughout the week: a student activist
Many students chose to exercise as a way to relieve stress and to help keep off the infamous “freshman fifteen.” Finding time to work out while juggling class, work and extracurricular activities can be challenging, but when students do have the opportunity to work out, many find the options that
With the 2020 election quickly approaching, young people are starting to make decisions about how they’re going to be voting. While deciding who our next president will be is what many voters are focused on, the Minnesota Democratic-Farmer-Labor (DFL) party is reaching out to young voters on a local scale.