Nearly 100 students, faculty, and community members filled the Centrum on Tuesday evening, Nov. 7, to take part in an open forum regarding the posters stating, “It’s ok to be white,” that were hung around campus on Halloween night. Student Government Association, in concert with President Craft and the OfficeContinue Reading

On Halloween night, posters stating “It’s ok to be white,” appeared around Concordia’s campus. Although they have since been removed, students and the community are still trying to make sense of the incident. The signs, cited as racist and bigoted by multiple students, were spotted on lamp posts, residence halls,Continue Reading

Attention all bookworms: grab your snacks, throw on something comfortable, and get ready for some novel discussions. Beginning spring semester, Concordia will be offering one-credit literature courses in the form of books clubs. Amy Watkin, chair of the English department, said four one-credit book club classes will be offered back-to-backContinue Reading

As the majority of seniors prepare for full-time careers or graduate school, three are packing their bags for ten months abroad after receiving Fulbright fellowships. The Fulbright U.S. Student Program provides grants for individually designed study or research projects for English Teaching Assistant Programs. Jenna Scarborough, Oliver Reitan and RuthContinue Reading

Rigid policies are in place, but how do professors actually deal with it? A survey of over 63,700 college students conducted by Rutgers University found that 38 percent of college students admit to “copying a few sentences from a writ- ten source without citing it,” and 7 percent admit toContinue Reading