Keeping Out The Cold

With subzero temperatures and harsh winds, Cobbers have learned how to beat the winter chill. Everywhere you look you see students bundling up in coats, hats, mittens, scarves and boots, even for the shortest of dashes between classes. A quick run to the Coffee Stop is a popular activity for students coming in or heading…
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Demanding To Be Seen

David Boggs can hardly keep up with the demand for his paintings. Boggs’ skyscapes, which depict the “open spaces and dominant skies” of the Great Plains, are showcased at his one-person show at the Circa Gallery in Minneapolis. Over four years have passed since Boggs’ last one-person exhibition in 2006. This is due, in part,…
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Dr. King’s Dream: ‘Let’s Keep That Dream Alive’

Actor Marvin Grays of Mixed Blood Theatre, Minneapolis, recited the words of Martin Luther King Jr. to remind all to keep King’s dream alive. The presentation of “Dr. King’s Dream” was one of many events that took place as a part of Concordia’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration. King’s words, as he fought for…
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Concordia Celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day

The Concordia College Student Government Association announces the schedule of activities celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Monday, Jan. 17. The Concordia community will address societal issues and cultural awareness by examining King’s legacy and its effect on the world today. All events at this annual celebration are free and open to the public. Most…
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