The room is filled with the constant clicking of keyboards, frequent shuffling of papers and an occasional ringtone from outside. The volunteer tax preparers chat back and forth with assistant professor of accounting Ron Twedt and each other as they fill out the tax returns.  “You ready?” Twedt says. “IContinue Reading

Alexander Smith didn’t realize he was responding to a hacker until he had given them his Cobbernet username and password.  Smith is a Concordia student and he was working on his computer at home when he received an email notifying him that his Concordia password needed updating. The email cameContinue Reading

The first weeks of 2021 have been almost as turbulent as the first weeks of 2020, and it just keeps getting worse. As part of a massive system that affected much of the country, the winter storm that struck Texas created a disaster that no one saw coming. With temperaturesContinue Reading

Despite the pandemic, the Concordia Swim and Dive team have had a great season. The season ended with meets against St. Kate’s and Augsburg on Feb. 26 and Morris on Feb. 27.  Due to the uncertainty of the season and the ever changing information that would at times change onContinue Reading

While this past year has been entirely unusual, there are still several things that remain the same. Poverty continues to be a problem in the United States and has only gotten worse during COVID-19. Concordia’s Diversity Equity Inclusion Commission (DEIC) sought to understand poverty and its impact.  In previous years,Continue Reading