Cobbers go against young voter trend and attend caucuses The millennial vote was on the tips of political spectators’ tongues going into Super Tuesday. Concordia’s class of 2016 had only voted in one presidential election thus far but recognized the importance of the millennial vote this time around, and CobbersContinue Reading

President Barack Obama addressed students at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor Jan. 27, following up on a demand for decreased higher education costs during his State of the Union address on Jan. 24. “We…have, by far, the best network of colleges and universities in the world.  Nobody elseContinue Reading

“SOPA…the Spanish word for soup” read sophomore Paula Haeder’s Facebook status Jan. 18. Before this date, this is all the word “SOPA” meant to most Americans. However, two pieces of legislation became a national hot topic as thousands of websites like Wikipedia, Tumblr and Pinterest protested the Stop Online PiracyContinue 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

Theatre B and Minnesota State University-Moorhead’s Rainbow Dragon Center presented “Standing on Ceremony: The Gay Marriage Plays” on Nov. 7. The play featured nine short works centered around gay marriage as a theme. Some of the works were satirical, some comedic or even dramatic. “They’re all in the playwright’s voice,”Continue Reading

You’ve seen them on the news: thousands of fed-up Americans gathering, first at Wall Street, and now all across the nation, united against corporate greed and corruption. A few weeks ago it was a mere hundred or so people, barely being covered in the news. Now the protests have takenContinue Reading

While watching The Today Show this past week after an especially intense early elliptical workout, I was shocked at one of their breaking stories. No, it wasn’t about Madonna rejecting flowers or Ashton taking over on Two and a Half Men. Rather, they reported that in the most recent GallupContinue Reading

This Letter to the Editors was submitted by Will Merickel, a Sophomore at Concordia College. Recently, President Obama has brought forth a $3 trillion deficit reduction plan that would take around a decade to go into full effect. The deficit reduction proposal would cut benefits toward Medicare beneficiaries and militaryContinue Reading