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  • Concordia’s State Fair Debut

    The Minnesota State Fair gives visitors a chance to connect with state residents over fried food, energizing entertainment, and a friendly atmosphere. Each year, visitors look forward to trying new […]

     
  • What’s going around

    H1N1 influenza A virus, commonly referred to as swine flu, emerged in April and spread so quickly it was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization in June. It […]

     
  • ELCA welcomes clergy in same-sex relationships

    The time has come for individuals in same-sex, monogamous, lifelong relationships to get recognition in congregations across the country – and possibly get elected as members of clergy. This decision […]

     
  • Saving the world, one tray at a time

    Concordia students will notice something missing in Anderson Commons this fall. The plates, utensils, and glasses are all there, but there is no longer anything to rest them on as […]

     
  • Nature over nurture in flood fight

    During the flood of 2009, I’ve heard over and over again that the flood was an opportunity for Cobbers to “become responsibly engaged in the world” or “influencing the affairs […]

     
  • Dear Flood Fighter

    Dear Flood Fighter, I just wanted to write you and tell you how proud of you I am. No one told you that you’d spend a week filling, passing, and […]

     
  • Cobber selected to dig in Athenian Agora

    Many Cobbers will be working as interns this summer. Junior Michele Hockett is one of those Cobbers, but there’s one catch. Her internship is over 5,000 miles away and she’s […]

     
  • Striving for peace

    St. Olaf College hosted the 21st annual Nobel Peace Prize Forum March 6-7. The Forum was entitled “Striving for Peace: A Climate for Change” and honored the work of the […]

     
  • Beloved theater professor, mentor retires

    Director of Theater Jim Cermak heard news in April 2006 of his wife Helen’s cancer coming back. Helen was a part of the theater department at Concordia for almost 30 […]

     
  • All is quiet at Concordia

    Concordia students will no longer be able to download free music from Ruckus, an online music service geared toward college students as a legal alternative to piracy. The site has […]