The Concordia Women’s Tennis team served a strong season opener against St. Scholastica on Feb. 4. Last year the Saints defeated the Cobbers, but this wasn’t the case this year. The Cobbers won four singles matches to bring home a 6-3 win. Seniors Andrea Rognlien and Kelly Kalvoda, junior ChelsieContinue Reading

The Super Bowl. It is one of biggest American sporting events of the year. It comes complete with middle-aged men lathered with body paint in the colors of their team of choice, more deep-fried and fatty foods than a Southern potluck, mind-numbingly entertaining commercials and those foam hands that sayContinue Reading

Nine hundred ninety-eight… nine hundred ninety-nine… one thousand! One thousand sit-ups! That’s the sound of a healthy Cobber, a ripped Cobber. Hey, no need to be jealous. Now that Old Man Winter has settled in, and activity is at an all-year low, everyone is feeling a little pudgy ‘round theContinue Reading

Kernel Cobb represented Concordia at the 4th Annual Salvation Army Mascot Challenge on Saturday Dec. 3. The battle for the highest amount of donations took place in Scheels-Fargo between the Kernel, Thundar from North Dakota State University and Scorch from Minnesota State University Moorhead. According to gocobbers.com, “The mascots fromContinue Reading

Disclaimer: Any and all opinions suggested in this column are the complete responsibility of the publication; the writer is but a pawn in media propaganda. Unless the column isn’t offensive and is well-liked, then feel free to blame the writer… Who says sports are a man’s world? They would realizeContinue Reading

Feeling frazzled? Forgotten what it’s like to smile? Ever ask yourself, as did the once-great pop artist Britney Spears, “Why do these tears come at night?” If so, then I have a prognosis: you be suffering from Finals-Weekitis! Chill, Freshmen, it’s not terminal, but it is serious—just take a lookContinue Reading

The Concordia women’s hockey team has been tearing up the ice this season with their fierce sportsmanship and stellar athletic skills. The women’s results are 6-2 this season so far. One of those games was a tie, making the Cobber women experience defeat only once. The Cobbers will be travelingContinue Reading