The Concordia College football team was able to get back on track this past Saturday, taking down Presentation College by a final score of 55-14. Senior receiver Andy Gravdahl led the way for the Cobbers on offense, racking up 128 yards and two receiving scores on nine catches, adding an
As the medical field continues to be championed for their aid through the pandemic, Concordia unveils a plan to enhance their nursing program. Students will have access to a newly renovated building in coming years, President William Craft announced at a press conference on June 10. Although delayed because of
“Peace be with you!” The words fill the air, yet a hesitant silence emerges. There is no response, at least not one that can be heard by campus ministers Rev. Dave and Kim Adams. For the majority of this academic year, the campus ministry elected to host online chapel services
Whether it is used for tuition money, food, housing, or to accommodate any of students’ needs, government relief funds to university students during the pandemic have been very crucial. The aid assists with navigating through job loss, combating the rising costs of tuition, helping other family members and so forth.
On January 20, 2021, Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. was inaugurated as the 46th president of the U.S. When that happened, many of our foreign policy war hawks and the so-called European allies were happy, as America’s role as the world’s police was on the verge of being restored, after four
We are seeing the beginning of the race for Governor Tim Walz’s seat, with many prominent Republicans entering the race. Paul Gazelka, Michelle Benson and Scott Jenson have all entered the race for the Republican nomination. These high-profile names show how hard Republicans are trying to beat Walz, the incumbent.
Desire Atugonza and her only coworker for the night were sitting behind the desk at Concordia College’s Information Technology Service office. The two were answering emails and catching up on their lives. Suddenly, one of the three phones at the office started to ring. As Atugonza reached for it, the
I have never fully committed to a Drake album. This being my first true look at a “Champagne Papi” record, I wanted to come in nearly blind, do my best to listen without my previous knowledge of the artist. Fortunately for me, this album is incredibly well done and a
Hundreds of people gather at the Scheels Arena in Fargo but this time, it isn’t for a Fargo Force game. The gathering is for the 16th annual Out of the Darkness Walk. It is a fundraising event that brings awareness to suicide and suicide prevention. Registration is free and if
Although the pandemic restrictions seem to be lifting, athletes at Concordia College aren’t moving away from proactive measures just yet. Concordia is mandating vaccination for all students participating in college-sponsored travel, such as travel for athletic competitions. With the new vaccination mandate, athletics are following updated guidelines from last year.
Ludwig van Beethoven, one of the world’s most renowned composers, went deaf and kept composing. Grant Achatz, a chef at a restaurant with three Michelin stars, has no sense of smell or taste. Greg Epstein, an atheist, was elected to be Harvard University’s newest chief chaplain on Aug. 26. However,