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  • Remaining committed to their passions

    Remaining committed to their passions

    Concordia professors still involved in activities they were a part of in college The Concordia community has numerous athletic groups. Aside from the student body, which makes up more than […]

     
  • Gray, Lillehaugen to Lillehammer

    Gray, Lillehaugen to Lillehammer

    2015 Peace Scholars will represent Concordia in Norway; first time overseas for both Peace Scholars will learn logistics of peace across the globe. President Craft declared Alex Gray and Matthew […]

     
  • Do we objectify even when we try not to?

    Do we objectify even when we try not to?

    I’ve got a couple friends who idolize a classmate’s chin. These girls share secret glances, make jokes, have entire conversations in mutual admiration of this man’s strong jawline. The guy […]

     
  • Plate waste observations elicits strong reactions

    Plate waste observations elicits strong reactions

    The upstairs dish room in Anderson Commons hums with the sound of running water and machinery. Three student workers stand in front of two clear plastic bins that are filling […]

     
  • The death of a college

    The death of a college

    The most important news in higher education this week comes out of rural Virginia. Sweet Briar College, a historic women’s college, announced it would close over the summer. Liberal arts […]

     
  • Farms and forums

    Farms and forums

    HILT visits California, D.C. This year, two High Impact Leadership trips set off to their destinations over spring break. One trip went to Washington D.C. to learn about environmental policy, […]

     
  • Pastor Tim Megorden to retire

    Pastor Tim Megorden to retire

    Concordia pastor Timothy Megorden recently announced his plans to retire by September 2015. When Megorden accepted the position of campus pastor in 2007, he vowed that he would retire in […]

     
  • Tennis team makes mark in California

    Tennis team makes mark in California

    While I-94 became crowded with students drifting back home or to locations for various mission centered trip during Spring break, members of both the men and women’s tennis teams traveled […]

     
  • Fishing for feminism on the internet

    Fishing for feminism on the internet

    As a Music Education Major, I’ve gotten to do clinicals in order to gain classroom experience. In my personal experience, this can mean anything from personal errands for the teachers […]

     
  • Cobber alum composes for Fargo theatre production

    Cobber alum composes for Fargo theatre production

    Following the Tin Roof Theatre Company’s performance of “The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail” on Saturday, March 21, there will be a Folk Jam Fest featuring original compositions by Jared […]