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  • 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 […]

     
  • Good-bye Blockbuster.

    When I was young, spending a Saturday night with my dad was all about routine. First, we’d go to Peter Piper Pizza, which is probably the best pizza place in […]

     
  • Concordia Celebrates Homecoming 2010

    Homecoming 2010 is not a typical homecoming. Concordia favorites, like the bonfire, concert, and football game, are still a part of the tradition, but the Homecoming Committee has added or […]

     
  • School of Business named for Offutt

    Concordia College held a press conference to release new information about the much anticipated naming of the School of Business and details about the plan for the new addition to […]

     
  • Concordia On-Air September 29, 2010

    Today in news we talk about the Extreme home Makeover team coming to the Fargo/Moorhead area. In sports we talk about a MIAC athlete that has made his dreams come true, and in A & E we will tell you all about this weekend’s homecoming events.

     
  • How to ace that job interview

    After years of working on impressive resumes, it is easy to overlook the importance of learning how to impress in person, and at the “Interviewing Skills that Lead to Offers” […]

     
  • Campus Entertainment Commission

    Most Cobbers on campus are familiar with Campus Entertainment Commission through events such as “Beach Blanket Movie,” which brought “Toy Story 3” to campus on the first day of class […]

     
  • Why I do not support the Tea Party

    Last Sunday, I, along with a few thousand other people, attended the second annual 9/12 Taxpayer’s March on Washington (aka a Tea Party rally). Up until that day, the Tea […]

     
  • Fresh Variety

    Hand-made breads, organic butternut squash and fresh-picked golden cherry tomatoes were a few of the items sold at the Farmer’s Market in the Knutson Center Atrium last Tuesday evening. The […]

     
  • A surprise beneath the soil

    While working on updating and expanding the parking lot by the Jake Christensen Stadium, contractors, engineers and college administrators had a startling discovery: a large but unknown number of preserved […]