Should I stay or should I go?

Should I stay or should I go?

Liberal arts colleges are dealing with decreased enrollment across the country as high schools see smaller graduate pools. Newspapers everywhere are reporting on the shrinking pool of applicants for college […]

 

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    Memorial Auditorium update

    What exactly has been going on in Memorial Auditorium this year? In the Fall, Concordia announced that Memorial Auditorium, which serves multiple purposes on campus, would be the subject of […]

     
  • Q&A with author Melanie Hoffert

    Q&A with author Melanie Hoffert

    Melanie Hoffert, a Concordia graduate, released her memoir “Prairie Silence” last year. On April 5, her book received the Minnesota Book Award for the Memoir and Creative Nonfiction category. Hoffert […]

     
  • Concordia math students pose with Fastenal ex- ecutives after winning the MUDAC competiton. The team beat out various other teams in the midwest to win the competition. Each student received a small cash prize for winning the competition. Submitted photo.

    Cobbers win statistics competition

    Moorhead, MN – Four Concordia math majors recently entered into the Midwest Undergraduate Data Analytics Competition, taking home the gold. Sophomore Tom Dukatz and Seniors Bryce Frentz, Megan Menth and […]

     
  • Weight room gets $43,000 facelift

    Weight room gets $43,000 facelift

    Even though the academic year is coming to a close, Concordia’s athletic department is continuing to revamp its weight room. For the past two years, athletes have brought up the […]

     
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    Cobbers day at Minn. capital

    Cobbers to thank lawmakers for grants; will lobby for more state funds Concordia students will travel to the Minnesota state capitol Thursday to thank legislators for Minnesota grants. In the […]

     
  • Showcase of scholarship

    Showcase of scholarship

    Students are celebrating student scholarship all day on April 9. This is the first year the Celebration of Student Scholarship is being hosted in a symposium-style format, with concurrent and […]

     
  • Calendar talk: New proposal considered

    Calendar talk: New proposal considered

    Though Concordia opted against the supposed “1-3-3-1” schedule, talk of the academic calendar has only increased. Concordia’s Student Government Association recently held a voting/poll system in the Atrium to gauge […]

     
  • Career Center: A resource for life

    Career Center: A resource for life

    As many Concordia students already know, the Concordia College Career Center is a useful resource for current students seeking assistance when it comes to finding on-campus and off-campus employment. The […]

     
  • Alumnus’s social justice play comes to Concordia

    Alumnus’s social justice play comes to Concordia

    Sudhir Selvaraj wrote play about Bhopal’s gas disaster     Spreading awareness of social justice issues, alumnus Sudhir Selvaraj will present his play on Bhopal’s gas disaster in the beginning […]