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    Dance team competes in Florida

    As Concordia’s dance team, the Zea Mays, flew home from Orlando, Fla., after placing eighth in the semifinals at the Universal Dance Association National Championship, team captains Amanda Bertrand and […]

     
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    Where is the education gap?

    This month, Chief Justice John Roberts swore in President Barack Obama for a second time. In a speech rife with progressive rhetoric, the newly rechristened president equated the fight for […]

     
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    How to start off 2013 healthy

    Coughs, sneezes and sniffles are not uncommon sounds in the classroom during winter at Concordia. Although the influenza scare may be almost over, maintaining good health is still a constant […]

     
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    The bedroom debate continues

    In her response to my previous article in support of changes to intervisitation, Ms. Bowman suggests that she agrees on the conclusion—that amendments should be made—but not the reasoning leading […]

     
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    Let’s get social: Is God tweeting now?

    In 2013, more businesses, nonprofits, schools, clubs, organizations and churches will employ a social media coordinator and will consciously strategize about building a reputable social presence. This trend is a […]

     
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    The harassment double standard

    As someone who has every plan of going into the field of education, I would like to point out a recent discouraging bit of news. A thirteen-year-old student in Missouri […]

     
  • Submitted photo. Britt Aasmundstad, president of Concordia’s speech team, interacts with teammate Christina Hennings at a tournament in Lincoln, Neb. Aasmundstad has qualified in two events this month for the national tournament.

    Success speaks: Aamundstad wins big after semester in D.C.

    Sitting in the passenger’s seat of an Impala, Britt Aasmundstad is the designated DJ, choosing songs to play from an iPod Classic to keep the driver from falling asleep at […]

     
  • Photo by Beth Meemken. Probst brings her talents to Carl B. library. Although she will be working with a smaller staff, Probst is excited for the experience.

    Carl B. welcomes a new face

    Carl B. Ylvisaker Library is welcoming a new director, Laure Probst, this month. Probst has joined Concordia’s community after about 30 years of library work in larger universities around the […]

     
  • Photo by Ali Everts. Fans and players swarm the court after the men’s basketball team defeated Division III No. 1-ranked St. Thomas. This week was full of successes for basketball, with the women’s team asending to the No. 1 spot in the MIAC.

    Season successes for basketball teams

    The Concordia women’s basketball team ascended to the No. 1 spot in the MIAC after a five-game winning streak that left the rest of the conference in the dust.  Even […]

     
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    SGA Elections approach

    Students interested in becoming presidential and vice presidential candidates for next year’s Student Government Association got started early this year—four months early, in fact. At least two groups of potential […]