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  • A graceful glide

    A graceful glide

    This year, the Concordia women’s hockey team is currently holding a record of two wins and six losses. The season, which started on Nov. 7, is nearing the halfway point, […]

     
  • Study abroad numbers up

    Study abroad numbers up

    Australia, Ireland programs maintain strong student numbers A surprising 66 students signed up to study abroad in the fall 2015 semester and acceptance letters have begun to appear in P.O. […]

     
  • Lifetime Moorhead resident takes pride in maintaining ice

    Lifetime Moorhead resident takes pride in maintaining ice

    Outdoor ice is synonymous with the state of Minnesota, and for Moorhead Park Forestry Department Manager Larry Anderson, it always has and always will be a part of his life. […]

     
  • Just keep swimming

    Just keep swimming

    Concordia swimming and diving team experienced large changes this season after their former coach, Ronnie Hehn, resigned from his position. The team was forced to keep preparing without the guidance […]

     
  • Sports editor argues for required internships

    Sports editor argues for required internships

    This past summer I took part in an internship program at The Stars and Stripes, which is a newspaper for active duty members and their families. Throughout my time at […]

     
  • Lost and found hopes to lose neglected items

    Lost and found hopes to lose neglected items

    Before you blame your roommate for a missing hat, mitten, or water bottle, you may want to check the lost and found to claim it – before someone else does. […]

     
  • Dorm stereotypes

    Dorm stereotypes

    An Erickson RA speaks out About a month ago, Kaley Sievert from The Concordian stopped by my room in Erickson Hall and asked if I could answer some questions regarding […]

     
  • Black Friday employees beg for decorum amongst shoppers

    Black Friday employees beg for decorum amongst shoppers

    Black Friday came and went in a flash. People camped out, stood in line for hours on end, and scrambled for the best buys.  Yet, in a privately owned boutique, […]

     
  • BREWing at its finest

    BREWing at its finest

    Charity is something that Concordia College believes strongly in, but three Cobber athletes have taken charity to a whole new level in the creation of the InSports Foundation. InSports Foundation […]

     
  • AfterWork submissions now accepted for publication in April

    AfterWork submissions now accepted for publication in April

    AfterWork, an annually published art and literary journal run by Concordia students, is now accepting submissions. The editors at AfterWork are looking for student submissions in poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and […]