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  • Budget plans, students absent

    Budget plans, students absent

    As administrators give details to faculty and staff, students left in the dark Faculty and staff streamed into the Centrum Wednesday afternoon with only one goal in mind: Find out […]

     
  • Senior profiles: Now what?

    Senior profiles: Now what?

    Several members of the class of 2015 reflect on their college experiences Name: Lexi Robinson Major(s) & Minor(s): Double Majoring in Global Studies with a concentration in Worlds and Dialogue, […]

     
  • Student films to premiere at Fargo Theater

    Student films to premiere at Fargo Theater

    Press Release This semester a group of Concordia students became filmmakers. For the Film & Literature Core Capstone taught by English professor Dawn Duncan, juniors and seniors were tasked with […]

     
  • Editorial: Why we print the paper

    Editorial: Why we print the paper

    Over the past few weeks, I heard a few people mention that The Concordian should become digital, much like SGA’s choice to let all students have digital access to the […]

     
  • Letter to the Editor: Justin Marquette

    Letter to the Editor: Justin Marquette

    In the March 12 article “Reading the Readers” it is reported that a switch to online newspaper subscriptions of The New York Times and The Washington Post are changes that […]

     
  • Jack Hinz: A transgender journey

    Jack Hinz: A transgender journey

    Cobber explains his decision to transition during college Like most students, sophomore Jack Hinz has to deal with the typical college student anxieties: tests, projects, speeches, assignments. But on top […]

     
  • Why I gave up eating meat

    Why I gave up eating meat

    I took Religion 100 with Dr. Mocko, and I loved it. Go out of your way to take a class of hers, if you can. The woman is a hippie […]

     
  • Discomfort and safe space

    Discomfort and safe space

    Wrestling with incongruous ideas is a part of the liberal arts tradition and one of my favorite parts of college. Extraordinary learning comes from dialogue – evaluating competing claims and […]

     
  • Herr Clark featured on TV with Josh Groban

    Herr Clark featured on TV with Josh Groban

    Standing behind a lectern in a church more than 300 hundred years old, Jonathan Clark reaches down to retrieve a book dating back to the late 17 century. He is […]

     
  • Concordia experiences AWP in Minneapolis

    Concordia experiences AWP in Minneapolis

    Over 50 Concordia students and faculty attended the AWP conference in Minneapolis last weekend along with numerous English alum, as Concordia was the premier sponsor. Editor, author and Concordia Professor […]