When Title IX, an amendment outlawing gender discrimination in any educational program receiving federal funding and assistance, was passed, it opened a whole world of opportunity for women. This included the option to participate in school athletic programs previously reserved only for men. Recently, the amendment celebrated its 40th anniversary.Continue Reading

Concordia is evaluating the equipment located in the balcony of Olson Forum in order to make appropriate repairs, replacements and additions sometime this school year. The college started evaluations earlier this fall and will look to order the necessary equipment by this December, according to Chelle Hanson, Director of StudentContinue Reading

Family Weekend brought crowds of Cobber moms, dads and siblings to Concordia’s campus last weekend. While the Family Weekend Committee strove to make this year’s event a memorable one, it was the football team that really put the icing on the cake, beating St. John’s in Saturday’s game—a feat theyContinue Reading

Four thousand miles—give or take a few hundred.  That’s how far away from home junior Ben Wagner travelled to become a student at Concordia.  Wagner, a native of France, had been to the United States twice before enrolling at Concordia—once as a camper at a language camp in Los Angeles,Continue Reading

Photo by Jamie Telander. Concordia's men's soccer team kickstarted the year with a new coach.

This past summer, Concordia’s athletic department welcomed Benjamin Schneweis as the new head coach of men’s soccer. Schneweis brings ample experience on the field, both as a player and a coach. In addition to playing in high school, Schneweis played soccer for Brescia University, a small liberal arts college inContinue Reading