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  • Sound Opinions

    As a writer for the opinion section of The Concordian, I would like to start out the year with an idea that is somewhat unconventional. I would submit to you, […]

     
  • Clubs: Friends forever, or just a semester?

    Hope Krusemark and Lydia Griffin, both sophomores, remember feeling awkward the first time they met their Orientation club, a group of people they had seen only moments before. That feeling […]

     
  • The Great Bling Debate

    You hear the stories all the time. Joe was in the grocery store in Chicago. He was just about to pay the cashier when a woman came up to him […]

     
  • Thoughts from our nation’s capital

    I arrived in Washington, D.C., last Saturday to begin my experience this fall with the Lutheran College Washington Semester program. In just the three days I have been here, I […]

     
  • The Prius Problem

    This past July an acquaintance of mine, Scot Reuter, was riding his bike down the streets of Minneapolis, as he often does. He doesn’t even own a car. After quite […]

     
  • Cross Country brings the heat—and the fans—to Bison Open

    It’s not usually one of the most-watched collegiate sports at Concordia, but the cross-country team surely deserves some attention this yer for performing well in their first meet of the […]

     
  • In Loving Memory

    President Pamela Jolicoeur, Concordia’s 10th president, suffered a stroke in her home on June 9, 2010. She was sent to the Sanford Palliative Care Unit in Fargo, N.D, where she […]

     
  • Beyond BREW

    “Becoming Responsibly Engaged in the World.” If you haven’t heard that phrase yet, you may have slept through your time at Concordia. BREW-ing is the often mentioned theme and goal […]

     
  • Junior Chelsea Spanier to release novel

    Editor’s Note: This article has been altered from its original publication to correct an error. We apologize to anyone who received incorrect information. For many college writers, the thought of […]

     
  • Prioritization process ranks programs

    Concordia recently launched a prioritization process that requires all academic and administrative programs to be thoroughly reviewed and then ranked highest to lowest priority by their respective department or office. […]