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  • Cobber grad nominated for Teacher of the year

    Cobber grad nominated for Teacher of the year

    Matt Dymoke, a 2014 Concordia graduate, was recently nominated for Teacher of the Year in the White Bear Lake school district after only being in the classroom for six months. […]

     
  • Letter: Do we stare at screens too much?

    Letter: Do we stare at screens too much?

    What is the last thing most of us do right before falling asleep? Is it almost routine to check social media or text a friend right before you are ready […]

     
  • More than just a number

    More than just a number

    For some athletes, jersey number has meaning Athletes have long been identified in three ways: their name, the team they play for, and by the number they wear. Some could […]

     
  • Weather could not stop Cobber athletes

    Weather could not stop Cobber athletes

    Despite cold winter, numerous Cobbers continued to run One of the most popular forms of staying active and healthy during winter is keeping a regular running schedule. However, this can […]

     
  • Reading the readers

    Reading the readers

    Concordia changes news media outlets Newspapers in dorms? Gone. The New York Times in Knutson? Gone. USA Today? Gone. So where have Concordia’s print newspapers gone? The web. The Concordia […]

     
  • Exchange student commits to bilingual learning

    Exchange student commits to bilingual learning

    Alejandro Galván crosses his arms in front of his chest, scrunching his mouth into a pucker. He uncrosses his arms soon after, readjusts his glasses, opens his mouth to say […]

     
  • Off-season athletes find different ways to keep busy

    Off-season athletes find different ways to keep busy

    Cobber athletes commit a large majority of their time to their respective sports and even get involved in other extracurricular activities.  Luckily, Concordia’s scheduling allows these individuals a chance to […]

     
  • A conductor’s last season

    A conductor’s last season

    Michael Smith reflects on his career as he prepares for his last tour In D. Michael Smith’s last year of directing choir, he had the chance to direct The Concordia […]

     
  • Letter to the Editor: Mary Anderson

    Letter to the Editor: Mary Anderson

    Libraries and the media have one ideal in common:  the 1st amendment.  The pillar of a free and open society, one that responsibly engages in the affairs of the world, […]

     
  • Authentic BREWing

    Authentic BREWing

    Paulsen visits original Starbucks during band tour The scent of freshly brewed coffee wafts through the air, adding warmth to the walnut-colored tables, the brown leather chairs. The phrase “16 […]