YAL joins campus political groups in time for election

YAL joins campus political groups in time for election

Concordia’s Young Americans for Liberty chapter is looking to start discussions and engagement among students, and are making themselves known on campus through their active presence. According to their webpage, […]


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  • Forward Jon Grebowsky gained experience playing in Lincoln Neb., Corpus Christi, Texas and Aberdeen, S.D. before coming to Concordia last year. Photo courtesy of the Concordia Sports Information Office.

    Men’s hockey players gain experience before Concordia

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  • The app provides a series of questions for conducting interviews, or allows the users to generate their own questions. StoryCorps uploads entries into the Library of Congress database, making the interviews accessible to the public. Photo by Maddie Malat.

    Risks and adventures revealed

    Students gather interviews on a relative’s past using a free app called StoryCorps What’s the greatest risk you’ve ever taken? Concordia students in Scott Olsen’s Adventure, Exploration, and Risk Inquiry […]

  • Clausen conducts the mass choir during a Tuesday night rehearsal. Photo by Maddie Malat.

    Clausen returns from sabbatical, conducts his 30th Christmas Concert

    Dr. René Clausen, fresh out his year-long sabbatical, will be premiering several compositions at this year’s Concordia Christmas Concert. One premiere will be performed by the Concordia Orchestra as a […]

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    Environment and basic human rights

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  • Op-Ed: Cobbers and entitlement

    Op-Ed: Cobbers and entitlement

    In the wake of the annual Cobber Ring Rollout, in which Concordia students celebrate spending money on jewelry, I have had several encounters where people told me they purchased their […]

  • OP-Ed: On the value of a ring

    OP-Ed: On the value of a ring

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  • Brent Johnson, assistant director of campus life for student engagement, decorates a mug for the Empty Mug campaign. Photo by Reilly Myklebust.

    Homelessness comes to campus

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