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  • Editorial

    A lot has been said this week about the issue of the Computer Science program being phased out. Some claim this is an absolutely unforgivable act by the Concordia administration, […]

     
  • Speaker ‘unmasks Ex-Gay myth’

    Wayne Besen was walking through a store with his parents when they saw a stand selling tapes with the sign “Gay and Unhappy?” “That’s you!” his parents said. “But I’m […]

     
  • The Cost of Awareness

    So here’s what I’m thinking. America’s got too many czars now. Why in the world did we pick the term “czar?” Could you think of anything more ominous, scary, and […]

     
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    Egypt Goes Black

    On the afternoon of Jan 28th, almost all Internet traffic in Egypt stopped. Nothing was coming in or going out. Citizens were left with no access to vital communication sources, […]

     
  • Concordia’s oldest society makes a comeback

    Alpha Epsilon Sigma, one of Concordia’s oldest fraternities is making a comeback. After 15 years of being pushed aside, Concordia’s oldest society is being brought back to campus by sophomore […]

     
  • CS Program Eliminated

    The Computer Science Program has been eliminated at Concordia. The following email was sent to students majoring in computer science on Feb. 7. Dear Students majoring or minoring in Computer […]

     
  • Standing in solidarity with Egypt

    Millions of Egyptians have taken to the streets to protest their government after years of corruption and mismanagement. These protests, originally organized by young people on Facebook, aim to overthrow […]

     
  • February 2, 2011

    On this episode of Concordia On-Air, we find out more about a texting while driving campaign in news.  The storm the century is coming and Toni will tell us if we should be worried in weather.  Yaw tells us about Cobber Basketball in Sports.  And Bi…

     
  • International students face unique challenge in the classroom

    Pressures to cheat in college are great. According to a survey by the Center for Academic Integrity, 75 percent of college students admitted to some form of cheating. Other students […]

     
  • Back on Track

    For the five Lund brothers, it’s one of the few times a year when they can all get together and recall the good old days, eat a home-cooked meal with […]