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  • Photo by Rachel Torgerson. The King Intercultural Center is home to the Tea House, an initiative available because of the Concordia Intercultural Affairs group, every Monday at 4 p.m.

    Tea House experiments with a new way to BREW

    On Mondays at 4 p.m., the King Intercultural Center comes to life with chatter, and the aroma of brewing tea. Senior Jordan Lyseng and Karis Thompson, assistant director of Intercultural […]

     
  • Photo by Katharine Spencer. A new publication will be released to feature the BREW theme at Concordia titled "Eighth Street Forum." It will focus on student perspectives on a variety of topics, including interfaith and equity.

    New publication to feature multiple viewpoints

    This year, senior Greg Clark has set in motion his idea for a campus publication that will present student perspectives on the topics of interfaith, being responsibly engaged in the […]

     
  • Photo by Kyle Thiele. Senior Emily Swedberg poses in front of her oil painting, "Emerging Tones." This piece won the Department Purchase award, meaning it was chosen by the art faculty and purchased to be displayed on campus.

    Student art exhibition a winner

    Many art fans were mingling outside the Concordia Cyrus M. Running Gallery on Nov. 8 and nibbling on the spread of cheeses, cookies and punch provided for the special occasion. […]

     
  • Photo by Katharine Spencer. George Watsky returned to campus Nov. 11 to perform his spoken word routine in the Centrum.

    Watsky returns to campus

    Spoken word artist George Watsky returned to Concordia on Nov. 11 for a performance of his original poetry and rap. This was Watsky’s second appearance at Concordia, an achievement he […]

     
  • Women’s cross country ends season strong

    The Concordia Women’s Cross Country team ended their season last Saturday, Nov. 12th at the NCAA Central Region Championships hosted at Wartburg College.  The team finished in 11th place, their […]

     
  • Bobby’s Sports Banter

    Bobby’s Sports Banter

    A great pioneer of American sports is at risk of leaving us forever. This is a man who single-handedly changed the landscape of professional athletics in the United States. He […]

     
  • Photo by Zachary Forstrom. Chloe Hinton researches in the Carl B. Ylvisaker Library. For the second year, the Student Government Association will grant two students a $3,000 stipend for summer undergraduate research in any field of study.

    SGA offers research stipend

    This article was written by Jamie Offerdahl, a contributing writer at The Concordian. Opportunities to earn money while doing something that you love don’t come around often, but the Student […]

     
  • Photo submitted by Doug Anderson. High rises and skyscrapers line the coast of Zhuhai, China, the city that hosts the United International College. UIC partners with Minnesota private colleges to allow students to study in both countries.

    New agreement with Chinese university

    Concordia increased its ties to China through an educational agreement with a university in Chongquing, China. On Nov. 2, Provost Mark Krejci and Vice President of Enrollment Steve Schuetz met […]

     
  • Photo by Marisa Jackels. Leah Hoblit, the commissioner for BREW week, sits at her booth in the Atrium. Hoblit said this year's theme focuses on campus issues.

    BREW week filled to the brim

    It doesn’t take long for Cobbers to become acquainted with the term BREW. Becoming Responsibly Engaged in the World is one of the most prominent callings that Concordia instills into […]

     
  • Campus hosts 100-mile farmers’ market

    Campus hosts 100-mile farmers’ market

    Concordia College hosted a wide array of local goods and produce on Thursday, Nov. 17 as thethird annual 100 Mile Farmers’ Market took place in the Centrum from 3:30 to […]