Concordia College’s Offut School of Business is laying the groundwork for an investment club, planned to kick off next fall, that will allow students to invest an initial $100,000 donation in financial securities. “Any time you have a real world experience, it’s so much better than book learning,” said SteveContinue Reading

Concordia is known for its bubble, an invisible shield that guards the campus from Dragons and bad news. I would like to propose a different definition for the bubble – community. After hours of conversation with reporters and editors from small-town publications at a recent newspaper conference, I am convincedContinue Reading

When you think of sports, you probably think some of the following: body paint on a middle-aged man’s beer belly; chest-bumps; foam fingers that read “#1”; a 300-plus-pound behemoth of an athlete nicknamed Tiny; and religion. Whoa, wait; double-take. Religion? That’s exactly right. After the 2011-2012 National Football League season,Continue Reading

Hey Cobbers! Let me ask you a simple question: what building do you spend the most time in? Now, like most Cobbers, you have your major (or majors), and they require that you stick to a few specific buildings. Humanities reside in Old Main and the appendages of Knutson; ScienceContinue Reading

I’ve been wondering lately where the best spot for the 51st state would be. If I were Newt Gingrich, I’d say it was the moon. If you’ve been following the Republican campaigns, or Saturday Night Live, you’d be aware that Gingrich has plans for a permanent moon colony by theContinue Reading

In the last two years the reality show “Extreme Couponing” has shown how people save hundreds of dollars on groceries and other items. While this show may be fun to watch, for most people, using that many coupons isn’t practical. “I think people are unaware or lazy,” sophomore Emilie BowmanContinue Reading

The Concordia Women’s Tennis team served a strong season opener against St. Scholastica on Feb. 4. Last year the Saints defeated the Cobbers, but this wasn’t the case this year. The Cobbers won four singles matches to bring home a 6-3 win. Seniors Andrea Rognlien and Kelly Kalvoda, junior ChelsieContinue Reading

In which we ask the intrepid Concordian staff what they think of Concordia’s current parking situation:   “Concordia’s parking is silly. There really is no other word for it. We do not have enough spots, and then over night hours end at 2 am? I do not understand. I thinkContinue Reading