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  • Brown ice mystery solved

    Brown ice mystery solved

    What is that smell? Around campus, students have noticed a nose-wrinkling smell wafting in the air. It has been most commonly noticed in the entrances of the buildings, according to […]

     
  • Dean Cant leaving

    Dean Cant leaving

    Faculty Senate announces other initiatives Greg Cant, Dean of the Offutt School of Business, has accepted a new position in New Jersey, and he and his wife Angela, associate director […]

     
  • Keeping the tradition

    Keeping the tradition

    Football fans across campus begin to organize pre-game Super Bowl parties With a few days left before Super Bowl XLIX, Americans across the country are awaiting the match up between […]

     
  • A senior reflects on post-grad uncertainty

    A senior reflects on post-grad uncertainty

    As the routine of spring semester sets in and the days grow longer, the panic starts to spew in many seniors about their post-graduation plans. We’ve become accustomed to answering […]

     
  • Minimum wage increases, Concordia’s budget does not

    Minimum wage increases, Concordia’s budget does not

    Initial fears that student worker’s hours could have been reduced largely did not pan out While Concordia work-study wages increased last August with the state’s minimum wage increase to $8 […]

     
  • President’s audacious community college plan misses the mark

    President’s audacious community college plan misses the mark

    Welcome back to campus. With a new semester and a new year come new aspirations. I think I got a bit too insular with my column before. I want to […]

     
  • Concordia to be prime sponsor of AWP Conference

    Concordia to be prime sponsor of AWP Conference

    Concordia College is the premier sponsor of this year’s Association of Writers and Writing Programs Conference on April 8-11. More than 13,000 writers will fill the Minneapolis Convention Center accompanied […]

     
  • Concordia cliques

    Concordia cliques

    Helping or hurting our community? Around campus, you can hear whispers of certain organizations being represented more than others. Within the Concordia community, college organizations have created various cliques, defined […]

     
  • New column delves into eye contact

    New column delves into eye contact

    The walk to 8 a.m. class is the worst one of the day, for any number of reasons. It’s early, of course, and it’s cold – every year I’ve forgotten […]

     
  • ‘Kissing in the Chapel, Praying in the Frat House’

    ‘Kissing in the Chapel, Praying in the Frat House’

    Concordia’s Reverend Copeland compiles a book of 21 student essays Though Zandbroz Variety in downtown Fargo might not be exactly the center of the world, its location makes it a […]