The Sword

Authors

Publication Date

11-2016

Editor in Chief

Katrina Bell

Description

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 Backing Down
  • Dylan Yang Trial & Sentence

Sports

  • Chicago Cubs Win the World Series
  • Female Athlete Spotlight: Jade Weller
  • Male Athlete Spotlight: Bryndan Matthews
  • Women’s Basketball: Looking Ahead
  • Women’s Soccer: Awarded NSCAA Nationals
  • Football Update: Staying Optimistic
  • CSP Volleyball to Play in NSIC Tournament Quarter Finals
  • A New Home for the MN United FC Soccer Team
  • US Bank Stadium Review

Arts and Variety

  • Book of the Year: Reclaiming Conversation
  • Movie Review: The Girl on the Train, A Mystery Thriller
  • R. Roger Remington Highlights the Artwork and Creativity of Lester Beall
  • Revolution Radio: Green Day
  • St. Paul Art Crawl 2016
  • Crazy for You Review
  • Leaders of Design: Concordia Features the Work of Lester Beall
  • Food Review: Snuffy’s
  • Artist Spotlight: Erica Pritchett

Opinion

  • Education Reform: How the System Needs to Improve
  • Mother-Daughter Day Disappointment
  • Should I Have Voted?

Document Type

Newspaper

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