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  • As midterms approach, Anti-Obama sentiment increases

    As midterms approach, Anti-Obama sentiment increases

    Weeks away from the midterm elections, campaigns are working overtime trying to convince voters; and republicans are trying simultaneously to pin and denounce Obama. Most notably, Kentucky Democratic Candidate Alison […]

     
  • No one rides for free

    No one rides for free

    Regents’ scholarship is no more Full-ride scholarships have become extinct at Concordia. This year, students applying to Concordia will not have the opportunity to compete for the Regents’ Scholarship due […]

     
  • After Bearson’s death, campus safety steps up

    After Bearson’s death, campus safety steps up

    In response to the passing of NDSU freshman Thomas Bearson, Concordia’s Public Safety means to step up their game. After his disappearance on Sept. 20 and the subsequent discovery of […]

     
  • In defense of bad horror movies

    In defense of bad horror movies

    October is a fantastic month. There’s costumes, colorful leaves, and candy; what’s not to love? But by far the best thing about this month are all the horror movies that […]

     
  • Pictures at a revolution

    Pictures at a revolution

     A Cobber’s photo album from the Hong Kong protests (Editor’s Note: The following article was previously published, on October 4th, under the title “Umbrella reVolution” as a post to its […]

     
  • Music, Theater Departments collaborate to produce musical

    Music, Theater Departments collaborate to produce musical

    Concordia College – As Concordia’s theater program kicks off November with the popular musical “Les Misérables,” cooperation between the theater and music departments becomes the key to putting on the […]

     
  • Not all of us are ‘Happy Cobbers’

    Not all of us are ‘Happy Cobbers’

    In a deeply personal submitted column, a recent alumnus gives an account of his depression Concordia is a great place. It is filled with happy cobbers of all ages, shapes, […]

     
  • Dissecting the dress code debate

    Dissecting the dress code debate

    I’m going to be talking about the school dress code controversies that seem to be coming up more and more frequently. Before I begin, I just want to point out […]

     
  • Regents’ scholar Lipp rejects the Regents’ Scholarship

    Regents’ scholar Lipp rejects the Regents’ Scholarship

    Concordia College will no longer offer its Regents’ Scholarship – that is, its full-tuition, merit based scholarship – to applying high school students. As a Regents’ Scholar, I suppose now […]

     
  • Is Ukraine’s ceasefire a sham?

    Is Ukraine’s ceasefire a sham?

    Less than a month after agreeing to a cease-fire; Ukraine is once again a hotbed of violence. In recent days separatist insurgents have killed aid workers, civilians, and Ukrainian service […]