The new Concordia Facebook phenomenon, Cobber Mingle, allows students to make anonymous posts about their romantic — and apparently even sexual — interests, hopes, dreams, and fantasies. From adorable little posts about some nameless cutie seen around campus to revealing sexual stories and downright forward propositions, it is definitely theContinue Reading

Christiana Hennings, a sophomore at Concordia, was sitting next to her friend as they submitted a statement about her to an anonymous source on Facebook. “Christiana Hennings is the hottest girl on campus. #noticeme,” they wrote on March 12. The statement was copied and pasted from the submission onto theContinue Reading

We’ve all done things we aren’t proud of in life. I internally argued with myself whether I should share this story or not, but I’ve come to terms with the fact that my confession needs to be heard. When I was a young lad in high school, I used FacebookContinue Reading

It’s 3:30 a.m. and Bruce Vieweg is intruding into your day. Judging by your C-port email inbox, this may look like an infrequent occurrence, but Vieweg voluntarily starts his day, everyday, at 3:30 a.m. “I like those early hours,” he said. Vieweg is chief information officer and associate provost atContinue Reading

As a generation, we live our lives online. We are always connected and always sharing, seemingly giving little thought to the enormity of the information we send out into the ether, but the numbers are staggering. Twenty-four hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every single minute, while approximately 250Continue Reading