Rigid policies are in place, but how do professors actually deal with it? A survey of over 63,700 college students conducted by Rutgers University found that 38 percent of college students admit to “copying a few sentences from a writ- ten source without citing it,” and 7 percent admit toContinue Reading

The gallery buzzes with warm conversations as students, faculty and families meander through the room. The walls pop with color from watercolor, acrylic and digital paintings. Framed art takes its audience to another dimension through charcoal, pencil and ink drawings while photographs feature captured bits of memories and places. AContinue Reading

After a record vot- ing turnout, nearly dou- ble of last year’s, Rachael Schauer and Molly Aga were named Concordia’s Student Body President and Vice President. According to Grace Hoffa, the 2016 Spring Elections Marshal, Schau- er and Aga won in a land- slide 574 votes, while Jus- tin OdneyContinue Reading

In 2010, the United Nations General Assembly voted unanimously to make World Interfaith Harmony Week the first week of February. This year, Concordia will be observing the week with events and dialogue hosted by Better Together and the Student Secular Community. Julia Brucklacher, community lead for Better Together took onContinue Reading