With the coronavirus pandemic causing colleges and schools to close, students of all ages are taking classes online, and it has impacted learning for all students. Students majoring in education have been affected not only as students, but teachers as well. Throughout college, education majors participate in multiple field experiencesContinue Reading

Since 1921, Concordia has been home to a renowned intercollegiate debate team. But nearly a century later, the college has announced that it will be cutting the debate team. Starting at the end of the 2020-2021 school year, the team will no longer receive funding. While it will continue competing,Continue Reading

Every year, students have the opportunity to create new student organizations through the Student Engagement Office and Student Government Association. During the 2019 fall semester, 7 new student organizations were created. One of those new organizations was a Concordia College chapter of Young Democratic Socialists of America (YDSA). The missionContinue Reading

On Tuesday, February 25, junior Sophie Newcomb and sophomore Quinn Wrigley clinched the race for SGA president and vice president, respectively, for the 2020-2021 academic year. Freshman Ian Scheele was elected as next year’s sophomore class representative, while sophomores Georgia Wachtler and Uyanga (Soka) Naranbaatar were chosen to represent theContinue Reading