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  • Global slavery week

    “Our conservative estimate is that there are 27 million people in slavery today. This means that there are more people in slavery today than at any other time in human […]

     
  • Alternative giving

    Many of us have learned to expect things from our friends and families as a demonstration of their love and appreciation for us, but why? How often are the material […]

     
  • December 1, 2010

    On this week’s episode, Brittany and Yaw tell us about global slavery awareness.  Adrianne and Kaia make sure we know all about Cobber wrestling. In A&E Katie and Leah tell us the top 5 Black Friday deals.  Also we have a performance and in…

     
  • Heightened terror threat in Europe

    Spring and summer destinations for the Concordia College Global Education program recently received attention when the U.S. State Department issued a travel alert for Europe. The State Department issued the […]

     
  • Warm and fuzzy

    Kate Gantz felt inspired to help the homeless when a stranger gave her $100. Gantz attended a retreat for Catholic confirmation as a high school sophomore. Every year, the speaker […]

     
  • Kupper attends national conference

    The Concordia Education Club had an apple party earlier this year, and it was one reason senior Molly Kupper was selected to attend a national education conference. Kupper was one […]

     
  • I am thankful

    I am thankful for Thanksgiving. Once every year, I get this chance to reflect on all that is good in my life. This year, my list is long. I am […]

     
  • Say Good-bye to the Web Browser

    The alarm on my iPod Touch rings me awake just about every morning, so it has become a natural transition to check my e-mail and Facebook messages before I even […]

     
  • Concordia grad’s free range turkeys come to DS Thanksgiving

    Responsibility and Thanksgiving don’t always go together, but an entrepreneurial Concordia graduate put local, vegetarian-fed, free range turkeys on plates in Dining Services at the annual Thanksgiving dinner last Thursday, […]

     
  • SGA’s plans for 2010-11

    After winning the election by 13 votes with a campaign promise to reconnect your connection, Student Government Association President Erik George and Vice-President Whitney Derks entered the academic year with […]