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  • A taste of the “real thing”

    Student artists enter juried art show

  • Report leads to new policy

    Concordia College is undergoing changes: the phasing out of majors, a new school of business, soon a new president. However, there is a change that has not been widely discussed: […]

  • Why diversity matters

    A response to “In defense of white males” on 3/11

  • Saving money the sassy way

    It’s almost the end of the year and I’m trying to stretch my funds to the max. I have a pretty good feeling that I’m not the only one running […]

  • America, taxes, and you

    This past week, the Wisconsin state senate and Governor Scott Walker signed into existence a bill which essentially functions as a union buster.

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    Small steps make big change

    If you are like many Concordia students, you are unphased by the start of Lent this Wednesday. But this year, whether you are a Christian, Muslim, Jew, Hindu, Buddhist, atheist […]

  • March 9, 2011

    This week on Concordia On-Air, Renee and Suzanne give us a tuition update.  Toni tells us about some upcoming rain showers.  In sports, Katie and Yaw help you fill out your March Madness brackets.  And we get Constructed in Arts & Entertainment …

  • Darrell’s Law

    Darrell’s Law

    The Concordia mission statement has been embedded into the minds of Cobbers since their arrival on campus: becoming responsibly engaged in the world. Some Cobbers take this mission statement to […]

  • Oscar Buzz: Worth it?

    Oscar Buzz: Worth it?

    They’ve been talking about it for months. And by they, I mean the media, your hairdresser and that kid who never shuts up in your 8 a.m. class. CNN’s “Headline […]

  • Winners, losers, and snubs

    Love it or hate it, the Oscars continue to be the single most defining cinematic awards show to date. The 83rd annual presentation was no different, with Anne Hathaway and […]