What’s Your Cobber Love Story?

Cobbers are notorious for marrying other Cobbers. Alumni Dustin Weege ’08 and Heidi Tysver ’08 went all out on their big day. The groom’s dinner was a mock corn feed, and their wedding cake was made in the likeness of a famous Concordia landmark — the bell tower. Do you have a Cobber love story?…
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Hear The Band’s Final Tour Performance

The Concordia Band, directed by Dr. Scott A. Jones, concludes its domestic tour with its home concert at 4 p.m. this Sunday, Feb. 13, in Memorial Auditorium. The concert features well-known classics, such as “Hands Across the Sea” by John Philip Sousa and “The King of Love My Shepherd Is” by Alfred Reed, in addition…
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Game Play On Prexy’s Pond

Sowing Seeds Of Sustainability

Something green is sprouting on Concordia’s campus. Green Week, sponsored by the Student Environmental Alliance, kicks off today with a seed sale to benefit Concordia’s organic garden. The seeds are sold in themed packets of four from 10 a.m.-6:30 p.m., today through Wednesday, Feb. 9 in Knutson Campus Center. Each day of Green Week will…
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Students Create Snow Fortress

When these students came back from break, they weren’t searching for the perfect parking spot. They were looking for the perfect snow fort spot. They found their location in the Hallett-Erickson parking lot near the football field at Concordia. Construction began at the beginning of the new semester for students Eliza Hartmann ’14, Eagan, Minn.,…
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