Concordia freshman and senior students are, in general, significantly more satisfied than the other private and public schools and universities who participated in the National Survey of Student Engagement, according to the 2010 survey. When it came to the aspect of the survey dealing with student-faculty interaction, however, Concordia studentsContinue Reading

The alarm buzzes. The clock reads 5 a.m. Jerry Raguse gets up for a long day of work. He takes his time getting ready, pulls his blue Concordia College Facilities Management hooded sweatshirt over his clothes, dons his blue stocking cap, and is ready to go. Day one of eight.Continue Reading

Lent started this Wednesday. As senior Leah Ryan kindly explained to me, “the whole purpose of Lent is to become closer to God and to contemplate Jesus.” A Catholic, Leah eats limited meals on Fridays during Lent and picks something personal to give up each year. This year she isContinue Reading

If you are a Concordia student earning at least one credit, you pay a student activity fee. This year and last year, the fee was $210. Concordia has approximately 2,800 students enrolled. An average of 2,650 students pay the fee each year after discounting students who do not pay theContinue Reading

During the second semester of every year, senior education majors are required to student teach for 10 weeks. This semester, Concordia will have 50 education majors learning to be teachers in area schools. Part of this teaching process is a $200 fee, which has recently come under question. Debra Grosz,Continue Reading

On this weeks show Meg gives us the results of the SGA election, Toni and Andrew show us how to make quick and delicious snacks, and in sports Andrew and Adam give us an update on the Olympics. Plus Emily tells us about the launching about the new virt…

It is no secret around Concordia’s campus that junior Erik George is an involved student. Behind his shy smile is the modesty to prove he does not want undue attention. With him, George carries a royal blue, stainless steel water bottle and “The Star Tribune” folded under his arm. ThisContinue Reading

Junior Natalie Barnes will be running for Miss Minnesota International in March, and in doing so she aims to dismantle the stereotypes and fallacies about pageants. Barnes currently has the title of Miss Litchfield (her hometown) and Miss Meeker County International, which is part of the reason she was eligibleContinue Reading

In this weeks show we get a review of the Super Bowl in sports as well a look at how Cobbers celebrated the Super Bowl. In addition we have Valentine’s Day ideas from our Hosts, Andrew and Toni. One of the ideas is to see Eurydice, and we have an…