Being over-involved prevents Cobbers from truly BREW-ing

Being over-involved prevents Cobbers from truly BREW-ing

Becoming Responsibly Engaged in the World. We hear or read these words at least a few times every week while here at Concordia College. But is saying them really doing […]

 

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