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  • Editorial

    Editor’s note: Technically, I’m supposed to steer clear of first person in these editorials because they are meant to represent the opinion of the Publication. But it’s almost the end […]

     
  • Parting thoughts

    Well here it is, my last column of the year. Crazy, isn’t it? How fast time has come and gone. I still remember sitting down to draft my first column, […]

     
  • Adios, Amigos

    It’s been fun. We are glad to have known you and we wish you all the best. Somehow we know that no goodbye can say what needs to be said, […]

     
  • Graphic by Ryan Bloom.

    Thiele will speak to seniors

    We have a life of choice. Little girls in America might prefer a red dress over a pink one, or a Blow Pop over a Tootsie Pop, but Haitian children […]

     
  • Photo by Rachel Torgerson. The Higher Education Reauthorization Act is a federal law that impacts classroom hour and seat time requirements. Concordia is currently not meeting seat time requirements and changes will be made to correct this in the future.

    Seat time requirements subject to change

    It is 10:00 p.m. on a Monday, and a class of students files tiredly out of Bishop Whipple, completing their weekly class commitment. Though many leave the classroom sleepy, junior […]

     
  • Graphic by Ryan Bloom.

    The Twins’ hope

    The final Concordian sports column this year could only be about baseball because I am a die-hard Twins fan. All the doubters need to be aware that the Twins do […]

     
  • It gets better at Concordia

    This Letter to the Editors was submitted by Braden Carkhuff, a senior at Concordia College. It should come as no surprise to anyone that Concordia brought two National Book Award […]

     
  • Hail and Farwell

    It always seems fitting to write a “year in review” for the last issue of the school’s paper. It forces me to look back on what I’ve learned or places […]

     
  • BREWing Alone

    At first I didn’t notice what was different in the campus organizations I was involved in. Like many small, creeping changes in campus climate, it began slowly: a three-week dip […]

     
  • Photo by Zach Forstrom. The Fargo Theatre served as the red carpet for Concordia's English Film and Literature Capstone course, taught by professor Dr. Dawn Duncan, that showed four short films.

    Capstone students walk the red carpet at their Fargo Theatre premiere

    On Sunday April 15th, the lights go down in the Fargo Theatre; the audience, comprised of Concordia students, family and community members, excitedly waits to view the short films created […]