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  • Slapstick comedy, sex and granny panties

    The first play in the 2010-11 Concordia theater season, “What the Butler Saw,” is a farce written by English playwright Joe Orton. The play begins with a mistake, said director […]

  • Stand up to the Republican Party

    It is easy to jump on a bandwagon that is already going full speed, but right now the Democratic Party is struggling through a mud patch. It needs people out […]

  • Extreme Makeover: Home Edition

    Fargo-Moorhead residents have volunteered to save the community from floods, but this week volunteers will build a house. A Moorhead family, the Grommeshes, will hear the excited, well-recognized “Move that […]

  • 40 days for life

    The 40 Days for Life campaign, which started Sept. 22 and extends until Oct. 31, aims to pray and fast to end abortion. However, people in the community have varying […]

  • Another extreme makeover

    Students who have spent time in either of Concordia’s science buildings, Ivers or Jones, know they’ve been around for the while–since 1967 and 1980, respectively. Their age shows when you […]

  • Concordia On-Air, October 6, 2010

    This week, Yaw and Kari tell us about the Annual Writers Festival, Madeline tells us what we should expect this weekend for weather, Kaia and Tessa tell us which former Vikings player is coming back to play for the purple and gold, and in A & E, Le…

  • Coming Out

    Editor’s note: This story is part of The Concordian’s series on sexuality at Concordia. A name in this story has been changed to respect the wishes of one of the […]

  • Classroom 2.0

    It seems to me that education is having a pretty rough time grappling with technology. As I write this article, Moodle is down, and this morning my school e-mail didn’t […]

  • Professors, students debate laptop use

    The laptop debate: Are they needed in class? The Communication Studies and Theatre Art department has discussed whether or not to ban laptops in the classroom, according to Aileen Buslig, […]

  • Politics is not entertainment

    Over the past few years, we have all heard claims that the lines between politics, news and entertainment are blurring. Commentators have speculated that people can no longer tell the […]