As the school year enters September, the Red River Market season is nearing a close. The Red River Market is not simply a farmer’s market, but a summertime street fair advertised as a place for community in the greater Fargo-Moorhead area.   Intersected between Broadway and Second Avenue North, operation ofContinue Reading

Concordia College had their first “normal” orientation after two years of having COVID restrictions. This year’s orientation was the closest it could get to normal while still following rules and safety to combat COVID-19.  The orientation committee worked many hours training and preparing for this year’s eventful week. Eh LarContinue Reading

International students make up approximately 11 percent of the student population on the Concordia campus. Representing more than 20 countries, this population brings culture, experiences and stories from all across the globe.   Though a small group on campus, their backgrounds help create a diverse community. However, the enrolled international studentsContinue Reading

On Tuesday, President Biden announced his plan to forgive student loans for most borrowers making less than $125,000 a year, a total of $250,000 for a household. This plan was one of Biden’s key promises of his 2020 Presidential campaign, providing up to $20,000 in debt cancellation to Pell grantContinue Reading

On September 1, at 9:17 pm, the Concordia football team scored a touchdown, ending the first game of the year with a total of 14-12 and starting the Cobbers off with a win.    Junior Dawson Shaeffer, who scored a touchdown, explains how it happened.  “Marshall King made a niceContinue Reading