Concordia's Campus Newspaper, The Sword
Students interested in writing for publication, serving as an editor, or working as a team to create a finished project for the entire campus may apply to work for the Sword, Concordia's campus newspaper.
Photos (above, left to right): Students having fun during a Sword staff meeting. Editor-in-Chief Lindsey Hartleban leading a staff meeting. Front page of the Sword.
Working on the Sword has been such a great experience. I have learned a lot about the production of a newspaper, from writing to editing, paginating to publishing. Through my experiences, I have decided that journalism is where I belong, and I am thankful for the opportunity to work on the newspaper at Concordia. -- Eric Cannedy, Concordia graduate, 2004-2005 Editor-in-Chief of the Sword
Photo: (above, left to right) Sword writer discussing her article at a staff meeting. Faculty advisor to the Sword Professor Matt Mauch listens as students contributes article ideas.
Photo (above): Matt Mauch, faculty advisor to the Sword.
Photo (below): Sword writers at a staff meeting. Sword writer reviewing articles.