Graphic by Emilie Bowman.

SGA Elections approach

Students interested in becoming presidential and vice presidential candidates for next year’s Student Government Association got started early this year—four months early, in fact. At least two groups of potential […]


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    Cobbers recently received news of Concordia College’s Student Government Association (SGA) stating their opposition to the MN Marriage Amendment. If passed, the MN Marriage Amendment would define marriage as between […]

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    SIC trims the tree

    This year, under the Christmas tree, donations will be collected for the Gladys Ray Shelter of Fargo. At the Student Government Association forum meeting on Nov. 16, the shelter was […]

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    SGA meetings now open

    Student Government Association forum meetings are now open for all students to attend. Meagan McDougall, SGA’s director of communications, said the focus of forum meetings includes updating SGA initiatives.  The […]

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    Provost title may change

    The search is on for a new provost for Concordia College as Mark Krejci steps down from this position. According to Judith Ward, one of two consultants hired for the […]

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    The folly of opinions

    Call it a paradox, call it an oxymoron, call it nonsensical or downright stupid—the words contained herein will opine on the folly of opinions, particularly those vehemently guarded. As almost-adults […]

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    SGA president explains proposal

    On Sept. 17, members of student government gathered to vote on a proposal that would take a stance on the Minnesota marriage amendment to be voted on Nov. 6. After […]

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    Class representatives elected

    Student Government Association welcomed three new members after freshman and sophomore class representative elections Tuesday. Freshman representative elects Aashik Olety and Ben Cousins received 155 votes and 125 votes, respectively. […]

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    SGA takes stance on marriage amendment

    The Student Government Association decided at a forum meeting Monday to encourage vote “no” by students on the upcoming Minnesota marriage amendment. After watching other Minnesota colleges such as St. […]

  • SGA decision

    Monday night, Concordia Student Government Association (SGA) passed an official position regarding the upcoming marriage amendment vote.  Part of the position reads SGA “encourages a vote ‘no’ on the proposed […]