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  • Sage Larson

    NoDAPL brings National Day of Protest to local community

    On the National Day of Protest, the protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline continued in Fargo. On Tuesday, Concordia students and community members marched on Veterans Memorial Bridge to spread […]

     
  • Shrill voices shatter glass ceiling

    Shrill voices shatter glass ceiling

    Raise your hand if you’ve ever been called a bitch. Raise your hand if you’ve ever been called bossy. Women, you can put your hands down. I say “women” because […]

     
  • Review: Echo Band Concert

    Review: Echo Band Concert

    On the evening of Sunday, Nov. 13, Concordia’s Echo Band kicked off its fall concert season in Buxton Choral Rehearsal Hall. The ensemble is one of three major bands on […]

     
  • Complacency is not an answer

    Complacency is not an answer

    For over a week now, we’ve known that the President-elect is none other than Donald J. Trump, and suddenly all of my previous articles seem so horribly petty. Some of […]

     
  • Concordia reels in a big catch

    Concordia reels in a big catch

    Concordia Theatre’s annual fall musical, “Big Fish,” swims to the stage this Friday – and the fictitious fish is not all that promises to be larger-than-life. Based on Daniel Wallace’s […]

     
  • Drinking and driving devastates

    Drinking and driving devastates

    Every 53 minutes someone in the U.S. dies in an accident involving a drunk driver, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. That’s 28 deaths each day and […]

     
  • Courtesy of Sports Information Office

    Women’s cross country season comes to an end

    The trees are changing colors meaning the ending of one season and the beginning of another. That is no different in the world of sports. The end is here for […]

     
  • Performances suffer in Memorial

    Performances suffer in Memorial

    Over one-third of Cobbers are involved in a music ensemble on campus. That means that over one- third of Cobbers aren’t getting the experience they deserve at Concor-dia College. If […]

     
  • ‘The Passion of Jesus Christ’

    ‘The Passion of Jesus Christ’

    In light of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, Dr. Rene Clausen and Dr. Roy Hammerling collaborated to honor the passionate stories of this section of the Bible. According to […]

     
  • Courtesy of Sports Information Office

    Winter sports are coming

    The trees are bare, the air is brisk and daylight is fleeting. To quote Eddard Stark and Randy Marsh, “Winter is coming.” For Concordia’s wrestlers, swimmers, divers, ballers, and hockey […]