Students, faculty, and community members gathered at Concordia College on Monday, Jan. 15 to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day. A first for the college, classes reconvened at events held throughout the day. Last April, Student Government Association brought a motion to Faculty Senate to reconvene classes on MLK DayContinue Reading

I am a member of the rather large sector of the Concordia College community that believes Symposium, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and Celebration of Student Scholarship are the best days of the academic year. While this may sound noble and intellectual —“Wow, look at Emma appreciating people’s hard workContinue Reading

How we have the chance to make our own history everyday, and why we could still try harder The year is 1957. Elvis Presley’s “All Shook Up” is the number one song of the year, causing girls to swoon and men to be envious (because everyone was straight in theContinue Reading

On the day dedicated to a man whose words changed history, it seemed appropriate that it end on a stage with dimmed lights and a microphone. Members of the Concordia Forensics team and the Cobber Poet’s Society teamed together to conclude Concordia’s celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. with spokenContinue Reading