It’s that time of the year. School’s almost over, and its time to figure out what to do with all the books from this semester. Normally, options would include keeping them, lending them to a friend or selling them back for a measly sum. But this year, the African StudentContinue Reading

At first I didn’t notice what was different in the campus organizations I was involved in. Like many small, creeping changes in campus climate, it began slowly: a three-week dip in the number of people who came to meetings, then a general lack of responses when questions were asked. MyContinue Reading

This Letter to the Editors was submitted by Dan Loyas and Stef Clark, a first-year and senior student (respectively) at Concordia College. This year almost two dozen Cobbers participated in the 20th annual Midwest Bisexual Lesbian Gay Transgender Ally College Conference.  The theme of this event was “the Butterfly Effect,” whichContinue Reading

When the Kony video went viral on Facebook, I was one of the first people to watch it. Hours later when I opened Facebook, there was an outcry from most of my friends literally begging every living soul to watch the Kony video. The video was well produced and incrediblyContinue Reading

With ongoing catastrophes around the globe, the world needs more selfless men and women: people who are willing to go beyond their comfort zones to pursue justice and perpetuate a better life for others. One of these people is Nobel Laureate F.W. de Klerk, the key speaker at this year’sContinue Reading

This winter and spring the Concordia sponsored program F/M Communiversity plans to offer 29 college-like classes without homework or tests to community members. People of all ages and backgrounds can attend. F/M Communiversity, which combines the words community and university, started in 1965 when Rev. Loren Halvorson from the AmericanContinue Reading