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    Black Student Union formed

    The Black Student Union, a group three months in the making, was started by sophomore Robin Wisner because he believes it is something that was missing on Concordia’s campus. “There […]

     
  • Foreign languages reorganized

    Foreign languages reorganized

    Across campus, Cobbers have been discussing the elimination of the computer science major that came as a result of recent cuts and restructuring to Concordia’s budget. However, few students are […]

     
  • SGA creates SPIF account for big ideas

    Access to money, especially by college students, is rarely able to match the lofty ideas people may have. The Special Projects and Initiative Fund launched on Jan. 3 by SGA […]

     
  • Krejci responds to CS students

    Minutes before Provost Mark Krejci arrived, the room was buzzing with frustration and concern. Students were sitting at tables, in windowsills, on the floor, and bringing in extra chairs so […]

     
  • Taco Bell Lawsuit Doesn’t Deter Many Cobbers

    Taco Bell Lawsuit Doesn’t Deter Many Cobbers

    Taco Bell is a frequent stop for students on a budget, students looking for post-adult beverage nourishment, and students who have a passion for pseudo-Mexican food. However, Taco Bell has […]

     
  • And the ‘Beat’ Goes On

    And the ‘Beat’ Goes On

    A red-haired sophomore tapped his foot and nodded his head to grasp his rhythm. At a piano connected to recording equipment in a studio high above a band room in […]

     
  • Eyes on Egypt

    Eyes on Egypt

    Mona Ibrahim can’t sleep at night. Thousands of miles separate her from the conflict in her homeland, but it weighs heavily on her mind. Her family and her life in […]

     
  • New Multi-Media Journalism Program at Concordia

    New Multi-Media Journalism Program at Concordia

    People are setting down their newspapers and reaching for their smartphones to keep updated on the latest news and information. The media world is changing, and now Concordia’s journalism program […]

     
  • The Perspective of a Prospective

    The Perspective of a Prospective

    Education is an essential part of college, but students also learn about themselves and society. For most students, going to college is their first time growing roots away from the […]