Clausen Composition Performed At Inauguration

A composition by Dr. René Clausen, professor of music and conductor of The Concordia Choir, was performed at the 57th Presidential Inauguration Jan. 21. The Lee University Festival Choir, Cleveland, Tenn., sang Clausen’s “All That Hath Life and Breath, Praise Ye the Lord” before the official swearing-in ceremonies at the U.S. Capitol. The composition is…
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Early Edition Editor

When Regan Whitney ’14, Breckenridge, Minn., applied to write for Concordia’s student newspaper at the end of her freshman year, she didn’t know the first thing about journalism. Just more than a year later, she increased her writing experience by interning (twice) at a local newspaper, writing for the arts and entertainment section of The…
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A Year In Review

It was a great year to be a Cobber. Watch some of the top 2012 Cobber memories through #cordmn on Instagram.

Cobber Gives Back For Birthday

Chantell Sampson ’10 wanted to do something special for her 25th birthday. “I wanted to do something different besides the typical, ‘Let’s get together and have dinner and buy gifts that I don’t need,’” she says. “I love making people smile and I knew that helping others would be a great way to spend a…
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Innovating For Good

Concordia students spent 21 hours developing an idea that could help nonprofits raise more money. They did it during an event called Innovation Weekend, which brought together eight ambitious thinkers for a mental marathon. The students organized the event when a local foundation called for ideas that would benefit community health. The event, held in…
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