Students, faculty, and community members gathered at Concordia College on Monday, Jan. 15 to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day. A first for the college, classes reconvened at events held throughout the day. Last April, Student Government Association brought a motion to Faculty Senate to reconvene classes on MLK DayContinue Reading

Nine students in Dr. John Reber’s forecasting class are working to predict Concordia’s future enrollment numbers, which could greatly benefit the college’s budget planning. According to Eric Addington, associate vice president for Enrollment and Financial Aid, the projection will benefit the school because the college’s budget will be built onContinue Reading

“Cleaning out the community fridge was the grossest thing I had to clean. I’m not exag- gerating — 3-month-old milk is something else. I didn’t dump it, I just threw it away. It wasn’t even white anymore and it was really lumpy.”

“I have dreams that don’t make sense. There was a dream where I was at basketball practice and then after practice, for some reason, my shorts were stuck on me. I couldn’t take my shorts off. Or my shoes. Practice ended so I went to the locker room and IContinue Reading

Though many Cobbers imagine vast distances between themselves and their futures, Handshake, Concordia’s replacement for Career Link, hopes to bring them within arm’s reach of careers. Since the Jan. 4 launch of the Career Center’s new job seeking web service, Sara Johnson, Concordia’s employer and alumni relations manager, said the siteContinue Reading

I am approaching my impending graduation with the sort of aloofness that is probably more appropriate for an impending visit to the DMV. Because I am slated to begin law school this fall, my mind is already wrapped up in basic practical issues related to this important transition in myContinue Reading

The Faculty Art Exhibition, currently running in Concordia’s Cyrus M. Running Gallery, combines the talents of nine distinctive artists with styles that embrace the dramatic and the demure, the whimsical and the dark, the bold and the reserved. The pieces range from intaglio, watercolor, and graphite prints to graphic designContinue Reading