By Heidi Fods College campuses strive to provide students with an environment where they can grow and freely express themselves; but at Concordia College, political representation on campus is in question. Some students say they feel the political diversity of the campus is not represented fairly. This especially appears to
Since its beginnings last year, The Office of Diversity has been dedicated to increasing and supporting the diversities of Concordia College. “Diversity is a priority for this college,” said Edward Antonio, Chief Diversity Officer. so he and his office continuously strive to support the college’s commitment to accepting all people.
Concordia recently welcomed Angela “Bay” Buchanan to its campus, a conservative political commentator who served as former Treasurer of the United States between 1981-1983. After her career in Washington, Buchanan became better recognized across the nation for her roles in the media, appearing regularly as a commentator for programs on
Since the first time “It’s okay to be white” posters were spread around campus, students have wanted some way to prevent these incidents from happening. When the posters were posted for a second time, students demanded a response from college faculty and staff. Luckily, by that point, a team of
The long awaited midterms are finally over, and with it’s end, Tim Walz is governor of Minnesota, Tina Smith keeps her seat and the U.S. House now maintains a democratic majority in the Senate. There is much change going on in the political atmosphere with the renewed democratic majority but
By: Heidi Fods Politics are not limited to a particular space, but have a knack for permeating all aspects of life. The growth of student political organizations on Concordia College’s campus demonstrates this situation, but it also raises questions about the importance of being politically engaged as a college student.
On Oct. 5, North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum awarded Concordia College alum and former U.S. secret service agent Clint Hill with the Theodore Roosevelt Rough Rider Award, the state’s highest accolade for its citizens. The award honors present and former North Dakotans who have made great achievements in their fields,
Olivia Hamilton graduated from Concordia College in May 2018. Now, she is spending her first year of post-graduation life working for the betterment of our earth and our lives with the Nevada Conservation Corp. She’s enjoyed the many challenges at her new job, which is not without struggle. A Moorhead