Students find cheaper ways to purchase textbooks in low economy

A new semester means new classes, and every student knows that also means new books—books that don’t come cheap. College students spend an average of $702 on course materials per […]


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  • ROTCs dive outside of their comfort zone

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  • Click it or ticket

    Minnesota state police participated in a campaign to enforce the state’s new Primary Seat Belt Law on Oct. 9 to 22, according to a press release by the Minnesota Department […]

  • Capstone rumors dispelled

    Starting this year, all Concordia students graduating in 2011 and beyond will need to begin thinking about what they need to do for their senior capstone. The capstones will be […]

  • Alumni invited on Habitat trip

    Concordia’s chapter of Habitat for Humanity announced seven spring break destinations, including a new trip open for alumni participation at a meeting Nov. 1 in Jones Science Center 212. The […]

  • Sheldon Green

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  • Crossan voices controversial ideas

    Concordia welcomed world-renowned historical Jesus expert John Dominic Crossan on Nov. 5. Crossan presented his seminar “Jesus Christ, Son of God, Savior,” sponsored by the CHARIS Ecumenical Center during the […]