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The Sword, April 2020 Apr 2020

The Sword, April 2020

The Sword

Contents:

Front Matter:

  • Letter from the Editor;

News:

  • Creating a COVID-19 Vaccine;
  • Distance Learning in Minnesota;
  • Gun Sales Surge in MInnesota and Across the Country;
  • The Financial Outcome of the COVID-19 Crisis;

Opinion:

  • Staying Sane During Quarantine;
  • Businesses Benefiting from Corona;
  • Coronavirus Stimulus Checks;
  • Do Introverts Have an Advantage in Quarantine;
  • Exotic for President;
  • Foosers;
  • My Experience as a Collegiate Esports Player;
  • Stay Home or Get Lost;

Sports:

  • NBA and NHL Mull Plans for Finishing Seasons;
  • The NCAA and COVID-19;

Arts and Variety:

  • Spring Into Dance VIII: A Moment of Magic and Heartache;
  • Music During the Pandemic;
  • Book Review: Little ...


The Sword, March 2020 Mar 2020

The Sword, March 2020

The Sword

Contents:

News:

  • Coronavirus Cancels Italy Travel Seminar;
  • Ghost Ship Appears;
  • Club Spotlight: Resource Room;
  • Red Lake Rosie's Rescue Saves Mom and Puppies from Snow Dens;
  • What Sent the Boy Scouts of America into Bankruptcy?;
  • Record Number of RA Applicants;
  • Sexual Assault Survivors Push Bill to Eliminate Statute of Limitations for Sex Crimes;
  • Utah Fights to Decriminalize Polygamy;
  • Poisoned Ivy League;

Opinion:

  • Is the XFL Worth Watching?;
  • The Parasite Controversy;
  • Why is the Democratic Party so Divided?;

Sports:

  • Timberwolves Look Toward the Future After Roster Changes;
  • CSP Baseball Bounces Back at Tucson Invitational;
  • Golden Bear Women's Basketball Wraps Up ...


The Sword, February 2020 Feb 2020

The Sword, February 2020

The Sword

Contents:

News:

  • Panic Spreads Around the World with New Respiratory Illness Known as the Coronavirus;
  • Starving Lions in Sudan;
  • Microsoft Announces Carbon Pledge;
  • 376,000 Minnesotans Go Hungry: How President Trump's Food Stamp Cuts Will Affect Americans and Minnesotans;
  • St. Paul Firefighter, Sarah Reasoner, Named Fifth Strongest in the Nation;
  • US Navy Aircraft Carrier Named After African American Pearl Harbor Hero;
  • Virginia Gun Control Confusion;
  • The New York Times Endorses Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar;
  • LEGO Markets to Adults;

Opinion:

  • How Well Do University Campuses Treat Mental Illness?;
  • Hillary Clinton Looms Over 2020 Election Like a High School Has-Been;
  • Politics ...


The Sword, December 2019 Dec 2019

The Sword, December 2019

The Sword

Contents:

News:

  • A Non-Political Twitter;
  • Airbnb to Start Verifying Listings;
  • Amazon Unveils Alexa-Enabled Christmas Tree;
  • Minnesota Raises Fine for Drivers Not Stopping for School Buses;
  • Amidst Bolivia's Chaos;
  • ISIS Leader Dead but the Fight is Not Over;
  • Jeffrey Epstein Didn't Kill Himself;
  • Take a Number: Long Wait Times at Local DMVs;
  • Not Enough Space for a White Picket Fence: The Minneapolis 2040 Housing Plan;
  • Returned at Last: How the Wiyot Tribe Took Back Duluwat Island;
  • Studies Show Sleep Leads to Reduced Stress;

Opinion:

  • Why Snow is the Worst;
  • "Ok Boomer": Innocent Joke or Insult?;
  • 2020: The Year to ...


The Sword, October 2019 Oct 2019

The Sword, October 2019

The Sword

Contents:

News:

  • Elon Musk's SpaceX;
  • St. Paul Rolls Out New Basic Life Support Rigs;
  • Instagram Takes on Body Image Issues;
  • Mattel Introduces Gender-Neutral Doll;
  • Bankruptcy for Forever 21;
  • California Becomes First State to Pay College Athletes;
  • Investigators Identify the Deadly Chemical Found in Vapes;
  • Officer Who Shot Her Neighbor Found Guilty of Murder;
  • Update on the Hong Kong Protests;

Opinion:

  • Another Day in Trump's America;
  • Ethnic Studies are Missing the Mark Left and Right;
  • Gen Z is Turning Out to be One of the Best Generations;
  • Police in Schools: For Better or Worse?;
  • Impeachment is in the Air ...


The Sword, September 2019 Sep 2019

The Sword, September 2019

The Sword

Contents:

News:

  • Allegations of YouTube Illegally Tracking Children's Data Results in New Platform Restrictions;
  • Boy Thrown from MOA Balcony is Home;
  • Hong Kong Protests;
  • Nature's Outcry;
  • New Disease Affecting the Minnesota Deer Population;
  • Brains Without Brawn;
  • Phone Companies and the FCC Fight Robocalls;
  • The State Fair Shooting Affair;
  • American Dairy Farmers Hit by Trade War with China;

Arts and Variety:

  • A Cross Over Between Life, Death, and Bugs;
  • Art in the Cities Preview;
  • Arts Preview;
  • CSP Music Preview;
  • CSP Theatre Preview;
  • Movie Review: Blinded by the Light;
  • Music Review: Inexedra - Retrohack;
  • Book Review: All These Wonders;
  • Scream It ...


The Sword, April 2019 Apr 2019

The Sword, April 2019

The Sword

Contents

News

  • Possible Border Closure Could Prove Costly
  • CSP's New Frontier is Across the Freeway
  • Facebook Bans White Nationalism as Social Media Platforms Face Increasing Pressure
  • Governor Walz's Snow Day Bill
  • Nipsy Hussle is Murdered in Los Angeles
  • Minnesota Unveils New Plan to Handle Sexual Assualt Cases
  • MN Passes New Bill: Pharmaceutical Companies to Pay $20 Million to Combat Opioid Abuse
  • New Zealand Increases Restrictive Gun Laws
  • Supreme Court and the Death Penalty
  • The Mueller Report

Opinion

  • Trump Executive Order for College Campus Free Speech
  • The Rise of Dismissed Political Scandals
  • It Took 50 Lives for NZ, How ...


The Sword, March 2019 Mar 2019

The Sword, March 2019

The Sword

Contents

News

  • 2020 Presidential Candidates: Educate Yourself!
  • Hospitals Facing the Challenges of Mental Health Disorders
  • The Privacy Promise
  • Hoax or Not, Innocent Until Proven Guilty
  • Jussie Smollett Update
  • Liberian Refugees
  • Measles Outbreaks and Minnesota Vaccine Bill
  • Rise in Young Minnesota Voters
  • Second Man Free of HIV Leads Scientists One Step Closer to Finding Cure
  • Where's the Snow Going to Go?
  • What the CSP Library Can Do For You! New Additions and Radical Changes Explained
  • Drug Maker to Sell Insulin Half Price

Opinion

  • Are We Sure We Want Veterans Guarding Our Schools?
  • Bernie Sanders: Round Two
  • Spring Cleaning: Tips and ...


The Sword, February 2019 Feb 2019

The Sword, February 2019

The Sword

Contents

News

  • Amazon Delivery Robots are Coming!
  • A Brief History of Black History Month
  • Crisis in Venezuela
  • Looming Shutdown
  • Jayme Closs Abducted and Found
  • An Attack on Jussie Smollett, An Attack on Many
  • Minnesota DHS Reports Major Data Breach
  • Puerto Rico Service Trip
  • Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez Moved Forward with Climate Change Deal

Opinion

  • Social Media: A Politician's Double-Edged Sword
  • Covington Catholic: A Reminder of our Role in Media-Consumption
  • The 2020 Presidential Candidates So Far
  • Winter Car Survival Guide
  • February's Sunshine: Redefining Valentine's Day
  • How to Stay Organized in the Chaos of a New Year
  • The Opioid Epidemic: The ...


The Sword, December 2018 Dec 2018

The Sword, December 2018

The Sword

Contents

News

  • The Ongoing Situation on our Southern Border
  • Christmas Around the World: Comparing Celebrations Across Cultures
  • Climate Change is Affecting You
  • The Boring Company Cancels Plans to Open Its Sepulveda Test Tunnel
  • Thanks to Science, You Can Eat an Apple a Day
  • SpongeBob Creator Stephen Hillenburg Passes Away
  • Russians and Ukrainians Clash at Sea as Tensions Run High
  • Perfectionism: A Source of Suffering in Young Adults
  • NASA Lands New Space Probe on Mars
  • MPLS One Step Closer to Municipal ID's
  • Minnesota Scientist Leads Investigation on Soil Microbes
  • CRISPR Babies: Chinese Scientist Claims First Genetically-Modified Humans
  • Midterm Election Results ...


The Sword, November 2018 Nov 2018

The Sword, November 2018

The Sword

Contents

News

  • CSP Adopts New Building
  • An Allergy Shot that Costs More than a Year's Salary
  • #MeToo Anniversary, #HimToo Beginnings
  • Live Him: Beautiful Feet 2018
  • New Social Credit System in China
  • Birds Got Their Colorful Eggs From Dinosaurs
  • Canada Becomes Second Country to Legalize Marijuana
  • Minnesota's Gubernatorial Election: The Run-Down on Who's Running
  • It's a Marvelous Life: A Tribute to Stan Lee
  • Fact-Checking Trump's Birthright Dilemma
  • Harry Potter and the Night at the Library
  • First Avenue Takes Over Ownership of St Paul's Fitzgerald Theatre
  • Discover Nature Near You: Afton State Park
  • Controversial Giant Telescope ...


The Sword, October 2018 Oct 2018

The Sword, October 2018

The Sword

Contents

Front Matter

  • 1937: Looking Back at the Concordia Comet

News

  • No Jail Time Given for Vicious Alaskan Assault, Sparks Call for Change
  • Elon Musk steps down as Tesla Chairman and agrees to pay $20 million in deal with SEC
  • Nominated Brett Kavanaugh Officially Joins the Supreme Court
  • Banksy Shreds Expectations; Legendary street artist "self-destructs" a million-dollar piece
  • Gubernatorial Candidates' Differing Opinions on Opiates
  • A Brief History of Concordia University, A 125 Year-Old History in the Making
  • Where and How to Vote as a College Student: A Brief Summary of the Where and How
  • Research says Junk Food is Alarmingly ...


The Sword, September 2018 Sep 2018

The Sword, September 2018

The Sword

Contents

Front Matter

  • Letter From the Editor

News

  • Metro Transit Struggles with Shortage of Drivers
  • Revolutionary Library Renovations
  • CSP Staph Study takes on State Fair
  • Bill Passes Allowing Mining to Enter Minnesota Landmark
  • Club Spotlight: CHAMPS
  • Stolen Ruby Red Slippers Found
  • The World's First Omnivorous Shark, The Bonnethead
  • Minnesota's Gubernatorial Election: The Run-Down on Who's Running
  • Donald Trump's Proposed Ireland Trip in Doubt
  • The Nike/Kaepernick Controversy

Sports

  • Cross Country Season Preview/Update
  • Golden Bear Soccer Off to a Hot Start
  • Volleyball Preview
  • Men's and Women's Golf Both Off to Stellar Starts
  • Football Team ...


The Sword, April 2018 Apr 2018

The Sword, April 2018

The Sword

Contents

Front Matter

  • Letter From the Editor

News

  • Club Spotlight: 3D Printing Club
  • How E-commerce Impacts Brick and Mortar Stores
  • Omnibus Spending Plan
  • Deadly Frat Pledge
  • Vaping Epidemic in America's Youth
  • Miami Bridge Collapse

Opinion

  • Close-Minded Readers Won't Believe This: A Liberal Solicites the Importance of Free Speech
  • My Last Wish: Love and Unity
  • Betsy DeVos Represents the Worst of American Politics
  • Parkland, the NRA, and Preventative Measures: When Will it All End?
  • What Defines Significance?

Sports

  • Female Athlete of the Month: Sheala Osborne
  • Softball Looks to End Season Hot
  • Minnesota Timberwolves Update
  • Pitching Staff Leading the CSP ...


The Sword, March 2018 Mar 2018

The Sword, March 2018

The Sword

Contents

Front Matter

  • Letter From the Editor

News

  • CSP Research Students Present at the State Capitol
  • Faculty Spotlight: President Tom Ries - A Pastor, President, and Packers Fan
  • CSP Study Abroad Takes Schooling to a New Level
  • Florida School Shooting Follows Disturbing Trend
  • Intramural Sports Making a Comeback at CSP
  • The 2018 Minnesota Private College's Job and Internship Fair
  • Let's Talk About Diversity
  • Teachers of Tomorrow Join Forces with Kappa Delta Pi
  • Flu Shot Facts: Scientific Evidence that Vaccines are a Good Thing

Opinion

  • Creativity in Modern Media
  • Will it to Existence: Taking Control Over Your Own Happiness
  • Congressional ...


The Sword, February 2018 Feb 2018

The Sword, February 2018

The Sword

Contents

Front Matter

  • Letter From the Editor

News

  • AI Writers and the Future of Journalism
  • Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Michele Pickel - Stable-izing Literacy Skills with the Help of Horses
  • Club Spotlight: Solus Christus
  • Overcoming the Winter Blues
  • The Effects of Allianz Field on St. Paul's Midway
  • Emotional Support Animals Fight for their Rights
  • Minnesota: Sex Trafficking Hub

Opinion

  • American Bridges are Falling Down: Why Over 50,000 American Bridges are Falling Apart
  • From the Classroom to the Grocery Store
  • A Need for Required World Religions and Cultures Courses
  • Mindfulness in the Workplace
  • I'm This and You're That Identity ...


The Sword, January 2018 Jan 2018

The Sword, January 2018

The Sword

Contents

Front Matter

  • Letter From the Editor

News

  • CSP Celebrates MLK Through Service
  • Faculty Spotlight: Operations and Janitorial Staff
  • McDouble, McChicken, McNuggets...McVegan?
  • Net Neutrality and You: How it Will Affect Your Netflix
  • Club Spotlight: Psychology Club Revamps Events and Involvement
  • U.S. Cold War Mentality
  • Only Super Bowl Goers Allowed on Light Rail: Game Day Creates a Game Changer for Commuters
  • Watch Out! You May Be Breaking Laws! Absurd and Downright Silly Minnesota Laws and Rules

Opinion

  • Single and Striving: How to Escape the Valentine's Day Blues While Single
  • Republican Tax Bill: What you Need to Know
  • The ...


The Sword, November 2017 Nov 2017

The Sword, November 2017

The Sword

Contents

Front Matter

  • Letter From the Editor

News

  • #MeToo Campaign: How One Tweet Started a Revolution
  • Concordia Blood Drive: Doing a Bit of Good for Someone
  • Club Spotlight: Student Organization for Latinos/as
  • Land That Job! How to be a Fantastic Interviewee
  • Is Lack of Sleep Dangerous to your Health?
  • Beautiful Feet in Your Shoes
  • Honolulu Says "Aloha" to Texting While Walking
  • Uber and Lyft Causing Traffic Problems

Sports

  • Cross Country Teams Sprints to Best Season in Recent Memory
  • Female Athlete of the Month: Brooklyn Lewis
  • Volleyball Set for Another National Title Run
  • Football team Sees Improvement in 2017 Season ...


The Sword, October 2017 Oct 2017

The Sword, October 2017

The Sword

Contents

Front Matter

  • Letter From the Editor

News

  • New CSP Computer Science Program Seeing Major Growth
  • The Las Vegas Tragedy: Deadliest Mass Shooting in Modern U.S. History
  • CSP Believes in Believing: Newest Effort to End Sexual Assault and Violence on Campus
  • NFL Players Taking a Stand by Kneeling
  • New Club on the Block: The League of Legends Club
  • "Life is Grey": Prenatal Genetic Testing Around the World
  • CSP's Memorandum of Understanding with Huiahua University
  • The Right to Drive: Royal Decree Gives Suadi Arabian Women Freedom to Take the Wheel
  • Staff Spotlight: Colleen Arendt

Sports

  • CSP Cross Country Pushes ...


The Sword, September 2017 Sep 2017

The Sword, September 2017

The Sword

Contents

Front Matter

  • Letter From the Editor

News

  • Club Spotlight: Ignite Leadership Program
  • Expanding Concordia: The Brand New Nursing Program
  • Faculty Spotlight: Kendra Saal
  • The Smartwatch Craze: Do Fitness Monitors Increase Fitness?
  • Are America's Recent Natural Disasters Normal? Why This Year's Natural Disasters May Seem So Catastrophic
  • North Korean Missile Crisis Continues to Heat Up
  • Reformation Heritage Lecture: After 500 Years, Does Lutheranism Still Matter?
  • Service Learning Opportunities: Experience College Like a Road Trip

Sports

  • September Male Athlete of the Month: Darnell Rolle
  • Female Athlete of the Month: Sara Macek
  • Tips and Tricks to Winning Fantasy Football
  • Year ...


The Sword, April 2017 Apr 2017

The Sword, April 2017

The Sword

Contents

News

  • Did You Do Your Taxes? The Truth Behind Tax Evasion
  • No Fines are Just Fine! CSP Librray Fine Policy Change
  • An Experience of Connections: Concordia Service Trip to Jamaica
  • Concordia Makes the Switch: Graduate with a 120 Credit Minimum
  • End the Semester on a Giving Note: Concordia Food Shelf and Good-Will Boxes
  • Club Spotlight: CHAMPS
  • The End is in Sight! How to Survive Finals Week
  • Saying Goodbye to Res Life's Sharon Schewe
  • Improving Lives One Beanie at a Time: A Love Your Melon Crew Starts Back Up At Concordia
  • The United States and International Relations: What You ...


The Sword, March 2017 Mar 2017

The Sword, March 2017

The Sword

Contents

News

  • “So, How are the Children?”: 16th Annual Poehler Lecture
  • Concordia's Christus Chorus: Finalist for the American Prize Award
  • Students Helping Students: A Look into Minnesota's Best-Kept Secret
  • What’s With The Weather? Climate change or a Gift?
  • UMOJA Celebrates African Culture Night
  • Funding the Future: Concordia Receives College Completion Grant
  • Earned Sick and Safe Time: Legislators Creating Bill to Remove this Mandate
  • Professor Spotlight: Nancy Harrower
  • Oscar's and Tony's and Emmy's, Oh My! What is the Difference
  • President Trump Moves Forward on Immigration Laws
  • Sunday Alcohol Sales: Sunday Night Football Just Got Slightly ...


The Sword, February 2017 Feb 2017

The Sword, February 2017

The Sword

Contents

News

  • Trump’s Travel Ban Denied
  • Club Spotlight: Tetra Delta
  • New Transit Projects: Light Rail Extensions and Rapid Bus Transits
  • Minnesota Senate Health Insurance Bill: Who Pays?
  • Professor Spotlight: Dr. Amanda Brosnahan
  • Reformation Heritage Lecture: Remaking the World With Law and Gospel
  • President Trump Keeping His Campaign Promises...So Far
  • Jenny Everett: CSP Graduate Gets Job in Sorrento, Italy
  • Making It Through the Winter: Driving Safety and Theft Protection
  • Super Bowl 51: Not-So-Super Commercials

Sports

  • CSP’s Track Team Continues Reaching New Heights
  • CSP Women's Basketball Heads to NSIC Conference Tournament
  • Mens Basketball Prepares for NSIC Conference Tournament ...


The Sword, January 2017 Jan 2017

The Sword, January 2017

The Sword

Contents

News

  • Women’s March on Washington and Sister Marches Everywhere
  • Club Spotlight: Saudi Club
  • Taking Action Against Crime: New MN Law on Sexual Assault on College Campuses
  • A Day On, Not a Day Off: CSP Honors Martin Luther King, Jr.
  • Professor Spotlight: Dr. Mary Ann Yang
  • Inauguration Day 2017
  • Strangers in a Foreign Land: CSP Students Witness Powerful Resilience in Syrian Refugees
  • New Year, New Aims: College New Year Resolutions
  • Confirmed: Russia Targets US Election in Support of Trump
  • Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. Known Vaccine Skeptic Appointed as Vaccine Safety Chair

Sports

  • Male Athlete of the Month: Diallo Powell ...


The Sword, December 2016 Dec 2016

The Sword, December 2016

The Sword

Contents

News

  • Beautiful Feet: Concordia Mission Conference 2016
  • Comet’s Connections: Never Miss Out Again
  • Committee Spotlight: C.A.R.E. Committee
  • Mastering Creative Writing: New Graduate Program Coming to CSP
  • Professor Spotlight: Kristin Bransfod
  • President Trump’s Plans
  • EpiPen Price Spike: Who Benefits?
  • Soccer Team from Brazil Killed in Plane Crash: Cinderella Story Turned Deadly
  • The Great Barrier Reef: Alive and in Need of Your Help
  • Holiday Sights & Shows in the Twin Cities: Brave the Cold for Winter Fun
  • Ua Ntsaug Night: Night of Thanks
  • PEACE on Campus: A Conversation with President Ries

Sports

  • Men’s Basketball Searches for ...


The Sword, November 2016 Nov 2016

The Sword, November 2016

The Sword

Contents

News

  • Club Spotlight: PEACE Finally Established
  • Rigged Elections, True or False?
  • Uber Rides Around Campus. Is This Uber Safe?
  • Harry Potter Trivia Night: How Well Do You Know the Wizarding World?
  • Faculty Spotlight: Kate Larson, The 2016 New Professional of the Year
  • Bartling Lecture Series: They Played for the Love of the Game
  • New Counseling Services at Concordia: Welcome Nystrom & Associates
  • The 2016 Presidential Election: “We are Americans First"
  • Election Results Cause an Uproar: Protests Break Out Across the U.S.
  • Beware the Clowns: A Nation in Fear
  • Annual MN Senate Internship Opportunity
  • Dakota Access Pipeline Protestors Are Not ...


The Sword, October 2016 Oct 2016

The Sword, October 2016

The Sword

Contents

News

  • Minnesota Bloggers Conference
  • CSP Accounting Students Attend Local Conference
  • Spooktacular Activities in October
  • Stop and Drop the Cell Phone: Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Explosions
  • St. Cloud Stabbing and Shooting
  • Affordable College: The Value of the Price Tag
  • Canine Connections
  • Varsity Theater Under Scrutiny: Owner is Accused of Multiple Counts of Sex Abuse
  • Homecoming 2016 Re-cap You Betcha!

Sports

  • Female Athlete of the Month: Erin Spatenka
  • After Hot Start, Golden Bears Still Looking to Get Back on Track
  • Golf October Update
  • Male Athlete of the Month: Noah Rasinski
  • Ryder Cup Review
  • Concordia Women’s Soccer: Kicking Forward
  • Back in ...


The Sword, September 2016 Sep 2016

The Sword, September 2016

The Sword

Contents

News

  • History of the Renaissance Festival. That was Then, and This is Now
  • “The Great Minnesota Get-Together” State Fair 2016
  • Leading Up to the Election
  • The Zika Virus
  • ITT Tech Closing
  • Professor Spotlight: Dr. Kim Flottemesch
  • Concordia's Welcome Weekend
  • News Highlights from the Summer
  • A Once-in-a-Lifetime Opportunity: CSP Makes it to the Finals in Media Scholarship Competition
  • If it's Important to You, it's Important to Us
  • Jacob Wetterling’s Killer Caught
  • One Stop College Shop

Sports

  • Male Athlete of the Month: Alquawn Vickers
  • Female Athlete of the Month: Riley Hanson
  • Concordia Football Team Opens Season on ...


The Sword, April 2016 Apr 2016

The Sword, April 2016

The Sword

Contents

News

  • Dr. Chatman Speaks at 2016 Poehler Lecture
  • April 6th Convocation: Women and Education
  • Business Club Networking Dinner
  • A Network of Executive Women: Power for the Present and Advice for the Future
  • Barb: The Story Behind the Deli Counter
  • Around Concordia’s Community: A Restaurant with a View of the Past, W.A. Frost
  • Club Spotlight: The Communications Club
  • Professor Spotlight: Jason Neel
  • Betty McColumn Visits Campus
  • In Memory of Tabatha Lee
  • March 16th Science Convocation
  • March 9th Disability Awareness Convocation
  • UMOJA Hosts Multicultural Night

Sports

  • Men’s Basketball Season Review
  • Concordia Golf: Swinging into the End of the ...


The Sword, March 2016 Mar 2016

The Sword, March 2016

The Sword

Contents

Front Page

  • CSP Partners with Concordia School of Law: Introducing a 3+3 Law Degree

News

  • Professor Spotlight: Eric Dregni
  • Taize: CSP Weekly Prayer Service
  • March 2nd Convocation: Lessons from the Second Wave of Feminism
  • February 17th Convocation
  • University of St. Thomas Students Clean Their Schedules
  • Heidi’s Holst Housing Tips!
  • Love Your Melon: Hats Off to a Good Cause
  • CSP Discusses Diversity: UMOJA Black History Month Event
  • Student Work Study at Concordia

Sports

  • Women’s Basketball Update
  • Team Looks to Take Momentum from Inside to Outside
  • Concordia St. Paul Training Staff
  • National Signing Day Update
  • Golden Bears Season ...