Why do we need to have finals?

Why do we need to have finals?

December is here already. Our weather is Minnesota Mean, our campus exudes Christmas spirit, and our students prepare for break. Of course, a fog hangs over campus: finals. Researchers have […]


More in finals

  • A response to Katelyn’s 4/19 article

    A response to Katelyn’s 4/19 article

    I wanted to write a response to Katelyn’s article “The all-nighter” from last week. I, too, in my infinite wisdom as a senior, decided that getting a German minor my […]

  • Graphic by Emilie Bowman.

    Study spots: Foxholes of fortitude

    Dearest Cobber Beanie Students, this week has been a full week for most. With a lot of us fighting to schedule presentations, group projects, papers and final projects, it is […]

  • Submitted photo. Members of the speech team pose after winning fifteenth place at the American Forensic Association national speech competition. The competition took place in Kansas over the past weekend.

    Speech team places fifteenth at nationals

    Press Release Concordia College speech competitors placed fifteenth in the overall school competition at the American Forensic Association’s National Individual Events tournament hosted April 5-8 by Hutchinson Community College in […]

  • Graphic by Emilie Bowman.

    Bonding over break

    After a long fall semester, many Cobbers were eager to get home to enjoy a few weeks of well-deserved rest.  In the athletic department, however, Concordia’s athletic teams were still […]

  • Graphic by Emilie Bowman.

    The ghost of finals past

    I am writing this article for you in my townhouse, surrounded by seven books, a graphing calculator, and four cans of Coke. It is quite obvious that I have been […]

  • Graphic by Emilie Bowman.

    How to utilize the library during finals

    Christmas ornaments, clicking pens and a palpable level of anxiety fill the library as finals week descends upon Concordia’s campus. Going to the library during finals week can be daunting. […]

  • Graphic by Emilie Bowman.

    Finals periods made mandatory

    The semester just got a little longer. Concordia College faculty are now required to utilize the finals period as a part of new federal law that defines a credit hour […]