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?”
The recent earthquake and subsequent tsunami have left much of Japan devastated. It’s been two weeks since the first earthquake hit the country, and coping with the unthinkable disaster is a daily struggle.
Recently the House Homeland Security Committee held a hearing on radicalization in the US Muslim Community. Nine and a half years have passed since the terrorist attacks that have come to define our generation.
The Wisconsin debacle, with recalls quickly looming for Republican senators, showed us a lot about how we’ve started thinking about teachers.