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 […]

 

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