Although it is not quite December and the extra pounds from Thanksgiving dinner are not yet lost, people are already thinking about Christmas.  Christmas on campus entails a lot of things, from the Christmas concert to the beautiful lights on campus. This year, however, the campus is not as brightlyContinue Reading

Jingle bells, tinsel and holly light up the Concordia campus, but it’s what Cobbers are doing behind the scenes that set their holiday traditions apart. Whether it’s reading Wuthering Heights every Christmas or watching Lethal Weapon until Santa comes to town, Concordia’s students are celebrating the holidays in their ownContinue Reading

Whether it’s Christmas carols, well-known advertisements, or time-honored grumblings about losing the “reason for the season,” December is a time of refrains. Here’s just one to think about: “It’s a busy time of year.” In almost every corner of Western society, December tends to wind up as the time whenContinue Reading

For as long as I can remember, I’ve always looked forward to the winter holiday season. It seems like each year as the calendar rolls around to December, the atmosphere just becomes electric. People’s moods change, the number of random acts of kindness exponentially increases and there’s an overall senseContinue Reading

Lambda Delta Sigma kicked off the Christmas season by asking the Concordia community to help them in supporting Operation Christmas Child. Operation Christmas Child is a ministry of Samaritan’s Purse, a nondenominational, evangelical Christian organization that works to provide spiritual and physical aid to people around the word. Operation ChristmasContinue Reading

This Letter to the Editor was submitted by Mark Besonen, a Sophomore at Concordia College. It’s that time of year again. Snow is on the horizon, people are beginning to break out their shopping lists and festiveness and cheer are starting to permeate the air. That’s right folks: its ChristmasContinue Reading