Going through the exit loan counseling process this week really put things into perspective for me: I’m a senior, and in a month I’ll be an independent career person.
The New York Times made an announcement last week that may change the face of journalism forever, with the potential to be the first step on the road to recovery… or perhaps ruin.
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.
Last Saturday the New York Times ran a story titled, “Give Up Familiar Light Bulb? Not Without Fight, Some Say.”
Well, here we are in the seventh week of RecycleMania, and I for one am getting frustrated. Concordia is currently in 259th place in the Per Capita Classic category- Gustavus, St. John’s, St. Ben’s, and St. Thomas are all way ahead of us.
The Wisconsin debacle, with recalls quickly looming for Republican senators, showed us a lot about how we’ve started thinking about teachers.
How to be a princess when he’s being a frog
This last week, the Fargo Baptist’s Church’s “Faith for Life” quarterly publication appeared in my campus PO box for the third or fourth time since I’ve been attending Concordia.
A response to “In defense of white males” on 3/11