May leadership internship leads to C3 Bash

Most Concordia students dream of vacations and summer fun when the month of May rolls around. However, a small group of students return to Concordia College each year after only […]


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    Q&A with the new president and VP

    How does it feel to be elected President and Vice-President? Meg: Humbling, to say the least. I think that it’s been a crazy week but we are so blessed for […]

  • Transparency and the 30K excuse

    In this week’s Student Government elections, two candidates listed SGA transparency as a platform goal. It’s easy to see why. Transparency is the new buzzword. We want to feel connected […]

  • Graphic by Ryan Bloom.

    SGA campaign platforms promise change

    The campus voted for Student Government Association leadership Tuesday night. The new administration will take over April 5, and they will be responsible to stay true to their campaign promises. […]

  • Can SGA candidates really deliver?

    The Student Government Association elections are next week. Since Monday, when campaigning officially commenced, students have been bombarded with Facebook page “like” requests, campus mail flyers (that will very quickly […]

  • SGA plans new journal, other initiatives

    SGA plans new journal, other initiatives

    Three new Student Government Association projects are scheduled to hit campus this month. These include a new campus publication, a new award and a campaign to save energy. The largest […]

  • Photo by Rachel Torgerson. Caulking material and window insulation kits were given away as door prizes at the Student Environmental Association's winterizing demonstration.

    SEA demo helps students stay warm

    Their thermostat reads 64 degrees. As outside temperatures drop, and the dead cold days of winter quickly approach, Concordia students Jen Buchanan and Lauren Tjaden set the thermostat in their […]

  • Photo by Zachary Forstrom. Chloe Hinton researches in the Carl B. Ylvisaker Library. For the second year, the Student Government Association will grant two students a $3,000 stipend for summer undergraduate research in any field of study.

    SGA offers research stipend

    This article was written by Jamie Offerdahl, a contributing writer at The Concordian. Opportunities to earn money while doing something that you love don’t come around often, but the Student […]

  • SGA proposal near completion

    The Student Government Association’s proposal to change intervisitation is nearing its completion. The Intervisitation Committee has been meeting weekly since September to work on their proposal. SGA held a town […]