Students plan to bring National organization to campus Concordia students may soon see a new student organization on campus–but this one will have a familiar name. Seniors Liam Nuhring and Ian Lane are working to start a Concordia chapter of the National Rifle Association this year. The organization is inContinue Reading

The practice is outdated When applying for college scholarships, there are inherent disadvantages to being inherently advantaged — and many who are inherently advantaged cry injustice. Minorities in need of financial assistance have access to funds that are otherwise inaccessible to non-minorities, and many non-minorities find it unfair. While somethingContinue Reading

On the morning of January 21, while the first family of the United States was hurried from place to place in preparation for their second inaugural address, Kjersten Bratvold sat in the orange seats of Jones 212 listening to an anatomy lecture about metabolism and energetics. Bratvold, a sophomore atContinue Reading

This Letter to the Editors was submitted by Mark Besonen, a sophomore at Concordia College. Seventy-four years ago, a deal was struck between the leader of Great Britain and the leader of Germany that became one of the most famous examples of cowardice. In that deal, western Europe exchanged landContinue Reading