It’s been fun. We are glad to have known you and we wish you all the best. Somehow we know that no goodbye can say what needs to be said, how just a few words can tell what a heart feels. You’re unable to completely close one door and onlyContinue Reading

Well here it is, my last column of the year. Crazy, isn’t it? How fast time has come and gone. I still remember sitting down to draft my first column, staring at the blank screen and flashing cursor. Typical me, I immediately became really stressed out and worried about whatContinue Reading

We have a life of choice. Little girls in America might prefer a red dress over a pink one, or a Blow Pop over a Tootsie Pop, but Haitian children don’t understand the difference, according to Joanna Thiele, class of 1997 and the 2012 Sent Forth Award recipient. “They haveContinue Reading

This Letter to the Editors was submitted by Braden Carkhuff, a senior at Concordia College. It should come as no surprise to anyone that Concordia brought two National Book Award winners to campus about a month ago. During the authors’ visit, they discussed their writing as well as themes fromContinue Reading

It always seems fitting to write a “year in review” for the last issue of the school’s paper. It forces me to look back on what I’ve learned or places I’ve been met with success or failure. It also results in a lot of you reading through about seven orContinue Reading