The importance of the public intellectual

Not too many people knew about global warming before Former Vice President Al Gore premiered “An Inconvenient Truth.” Climate change research was something that was reserved for elites in the […]

 

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    Black reigns supreme

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  • Photo by Rachel Torgerson. Professor Scott Jones after conducting the Concordia College Band at the 2011 Homecoming Concert. He announced his resignation Jan. 18 after Ohio State University, his alma mater, offered him a job.

    Music department faces high faculty turnover

    Professor Scott Jones announced his resignation on Jan. 18, ending seven years of teaching, conducting and leading hundreds of Concordia students. His resignation adds to the significant transition within the […]

     
  • Our commander in chief

    While many Americans watched last week’s State of the Union address, its possible President Obama’s mind was somewhere else. Specifically, halfway across the globe in Somalia, where concurrent to his […]

     
  • Hair today, gone tomorrow

    I am a scissorholic. I am a curling iron user, a flat iron lover, a hairspray buyer and a pomade/mousse/wax aficionado. I have had every hair cut imaginable. I remember […]

     
  • Photo by Rachel Torgerson. Senior Nathaniel Cook recruits students for his sustainability trip to the Appalachians scheduled over mid-semester break. The focus of the trip will be mountain top removal.

    Sustainability trip to Appalachians planned

    On the morning of Feb. 24 two vans will depart from campus, beginning a spring break trip to the Appalachian Mountains of eastern Kentucky. The trip will focus on the […]

     
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    Intervisitation proposal complete

    The Student Government Association delivered their completed proposal to change the intervisitation policy to  Interum Dean of Students Bruce Vieweg on Jan. 24. SGA’s intervisitation committee has been working on […]

     
  • Teach me how to possum

    This Letter to the Editors was submitted by Sarah Fritz, a sophomore at Concordia College. I discovered the great art of possuming at a young age. I have never been […]

     
  • Photo Submitted. Joe Halverson volunteers at the Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd by setting up bedding.

    More than a Band-Aid

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    Innovation, creativity in tribute to Bach

    Last weekend the Concordia College community paid a respectful homage to one of the greatest composers and organists of all time, Johann Sebastian Bach. The event, “A Family Affair: Music […]