Cobbers can, and should, voice concerns to SGA

Cobbers can, and should, voice concerns to SGA

As Cobbers we will spew our political efficacy left and right during national elections, but what we fail to realize is that our civic duty doesn’t stop at the ballot […]

 

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  • Submitted. From left to right: Dawn Duncan, Micaela Gerhardt and Colum Mc- Cann at the Narrative 4 summit this past summer in Ireland.

    Post-election story exchange to be held next semester

    Concordia’s Narrative 4 Corps is seeking to bring people together through storytelling, and will be arranging a post-election story exchange in January. According to Dr. Dawn Duncan, professor of English […]

     
  • The new board rack provides a convenient space for longboarders and skateboarders to store their boards instead of lugging them to class. Photo by Maddie Malat

    SGA hypes up longboard rack

    Students walk to hunched over with backpacks and dreams too big to shoulder. Bicyclists whisk by, then someone on a longboard. At Knutson, the cyclists lock up their bikes. The […]

     
  • Schauer and Aga celebrate moments after winning the election. Photo by Maddie Malat.

    Schauer, Aga win by large margin

    After a record vot- ing turnout, nearly dou- ble of last year’s, Rachael Schauer and Molly Aga were named Concordia’s Student Body President and Vice President. According to Grace Hoffa, […]

     
  • Let’s talk about the SGA election turnout

    Let’s talk about the SGA election turnout

    I am reminded this week of the February 11, 2005 issue of The Concordian: the top headline is “STUDENT APATHY” (capitalized, I assume, for journalistic panache). The subject of the […]

     
  • A word from the Student Government Association about the new year

    A word from the Student Government Association about the new year

    Welcome to campus, Cobbers! And welcome to Concordia Student Government Association 2014-2015. The Executive Team and all SGA members have remained hard at work over the summer. Aside from ensuring […]

     
  • Good night, and good luck

    Good night, and good luck

    Nearly every year, as spring break approaches, an article appears in The Concordian bemoaning Student Government as visible only during election season. These laments continue describing the nonexistent authority of […]

     
  • Official SGA report: Students need more answers

    Official SGA report: Students need more answers

    Proposed academic calendar change draws criticism from student survey, forum In response to Concordia students’ feedback regarding the proposal to move the school to a 1-3-3-1 academic calendar, Student Government […]

     
  • Alyssa Coop and Dan Remes defend their platform agenda at a debate before the election. Coop and Remes were elected SGA President and Vice President. Photo by Liv Ulring.

    The winning platform: SGA President and Vice President elected

    Alyssa Coop and Dan Remes have been elected SGA President and Vice President for the 2014-2015 school year. On Tuesday students cast their votes for the next representatives of the […]

     
  • Students react to change in visitation policy

    Students react to change in visitation policy

    Elimination of ‘intervis’ garners positive response from Cobbers   Student Government Association announced last week that Concordia will not have visitation restrictions, commonly referred to as intervis, in its dorms […]