In my 16 years of being a student, and my fourth year at Concordia, I have never experienced a school year like this. Between online classes, a lack of face-to-face interaction, and uncertainty about the future, all aspects of normalcy seem to be gone. It is harder than ever toContinue Reading

Hello Cobbers!  It’s Anna, your editor-in-chief of  The Concordian. As the second semester begins, there are a few exciting changes that I wanted to share with all of you.  This fall, our website received a brand-new look. It became more mobile-friendly, allowed for a cleaner, more streamlined appearance, and pavedContinue Reading

Last week, Nike released the newest ad from its 30th Anniversary “Just Do It” campaign. The photo, which was followed by a two-minute ad, features a black and white photo of quarterback/activist/American hero Colin Kaepernick with the words “Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything.” emblazoned in plainContinue Reading

In two weeks, I will graduate from college. (I wrote that sentence not because it is particularly newsworthy or relevant to the remainder of this letter, but simply out of hope that the act of typing out its words would make them feel more real. It did not.) Earlier thisContinue Reading