10) Don’t lock yourself out of your room. Now, I was a freshman once, and I understand the fact that you’re not used to having keys every time you leave. However I also remember a girl getting locked out of her room in December of freshman year, which is enough
I can’t believe it’s already the middle of September. Time has blazed by. Campus has undergone the transition from the euphoria and optimistic overload of Orientation Week to a more somber academic reality. The clubs and icebreakers have come and gone, replaced with classes and homework. Yesterday while unpacking my
As I sit down to write my last opinions piece for The Concordian, reality is finally sinking in. This is it. I feel a mixture of jubilation and panic. I won’t be coming back to campus to start a new year in August. I won’t be taking any more classes
I have a total of four piercings. That means four extra holes in my head that, according to my mother, “just should not be there.” But I love my piercings – even if some people think I am not hardcore enough, too hardcore, or somewhere in between. They all have
The end of the school year is always a time that mixes reflection with a look ahead. For a lot of Cobbers, that future planning involves even more school, which means even more applications. While Concordia is a great school, and the name carries some weight in the Fargo-Moorhead area,
Look around you, I bet you could spot at least five people chewing gum.
This far into 2011, nothing dominates the headlines quite like the happenings in the Middle East.
“I like pink. I like boys. I get excited over lipstick names – but I’m still a feminist”, says Laura Wadsworth
Last week I wrote about how Concordia would be giving an iPad to every Concordia student next fall.
“Why do some people say that there is just one way?”