The Concordia College Board of Regents has unanimously approved Dr. William J. Craft as the 11th president of Concordia College. The vote came today, about a week after the Presidential Search Committee recommended Craft for the position. Craft is expected to begin his official duties July 11, and will visit
The quiet, polite demeanor of junior Andrea Rognlien covers up her difficult past. Simply looking at or talking to the stand-out Concordia tennis player would not reveal that she is barely a year removed from a life-threatening medical situation.
The Office of Communications and Marketing is undergoing a new branding project for the college.
Event intended to help accepted students with their college decision process
Cobber communicates with Japanese girlfriend during earthquake, tsunami
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 are similar organizations across the nation,” Wisner said. “It’s time for Concordia to catch up.” An interest meeting was held
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 aware of some of the other implications of the cuts, one being the elimination of several faculty positions. Among the
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 attempts to bring access of funding to students across campus. The SPIF seeks to provide funding for student ideas that
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 everyone had a place to sit. As the room grew humid, bits of laughter came from some students, while others