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  • Concordia students traveled to St. Paul on March 14 to meet with state senators and representatives. Photo by Sarah Herlihy.

    Concordia students take part in Day at the Capitol event

    While the rest of campus slept, 10 Concordia students boarded a coach bus at 5 a.m. on March 14, departing for the Minnesota State Capitol. For the past several years, […]

     
  • National Book Awards highlight female authors, relevant topics

    National Book Awards highlight female authors, relevant topics

    Students, faculty, and community members filled the Centrum on Thursday, March 15, to hear from two National Book Awards finalists. This year marked the 13th annual National Book Awards at […]

     
  • Maddie Malat won the Charles and Vicki Hartz Award for her untitled piece. Photo by Anna Knutson.

    Juried art show sees increase in submissions, attendance

    Students gathered in the Cyrus M. Running gallery on March 13, waiting in anticipation for Andrew Maus, director of the Plains Art Museum, to announce the winners of the annual […]

     
  • Rick Santorum to visit Concordia

    Rick Santorum to visit Concordia

    Colleges and universities across the United States have received criticism in recent years due to their refusal to sponsor or allow conservative speakers to speak on campus. Concordia College became […]

     
  • Cornstock 2018 lineup announced

    Cornstock 2018 lineup announced

    High energy and deafening cheers filled the Centrum at Battle of the Bands on Saturday, March 18. Each of the four student bands—Cobber Nation, Everybody’s Favorite Band, F.R.E.N.D.Z., and North […]

     
  • Letter to the Editor: Jason Askvig

    Letter to the Editor: Jason Askvig

    During mid-semester week, the women’s hockey team played in a home playoff game against Bethel. Before the game, I saw several social media posts stating that the first 100 students […]

     
  • Go green by donating used items

    Go green by donating used items

    During my recent spring cleaning extravaganza, while digging through my closet for things to throw away I accumulated quite the pile of clothing, used notebooks, and what I felt was […]

     
  • Abandon extremism in political discourse

    Abandon extremism in political discourse

    Extreme political statements are plastered across social and news media outlets 24/7, including sloppy Facebook arguments, aggressive Twitter fights, and newscasters bickering on live television. When extreme language is used […]

     
  • Death penalty goes against Catholic values

    Death penalty goes against Catholic values

    “An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth.” This is a common statement that comes up when discussing the subject of the death penalty. Capital punishment is […]

     
  • Letter to the Editor: Afton Eisch

    Letter to the Editor: Afton Eisch

    On Feb. 13, all Concordia students received an email reminding them of the application deadline for four positions: three pertaining to the Concordian and one for the editor-in-chief of AfterWork. […]