After more than a year of student efforts, Concordia College’s own eco-house is set to open next fall as a way to enable students to test out sustainability efforts to help find ways for them to live more eco-friendly lifestyles. “This whole project is to help students lead projects thatContinue Reading

Jingle bells, tinsel and holly light up the Concordia campus, but it’s what Cobbers are doing behind the scenes that set their holiday traditions apart. Whether it’s reading Wuthering Heights every Christmas or watching Lethal Weapon until Santa comes to town, Concordia’s students are celebrating the holidays in their ownContinue Reading

Kernel Cobb represented Concordia at the 4th Annual Salvation Army Mascot Challenge on Saturday Dec. 3. The battle for the highest amount of donations took place in Scheels-Fargo between the Kernel, Thundar from North Dakota State University and Scorch from Minnesota State University Moorhead. According to gocobbers.com, “The mascots fromContinue Reading

Disclaimer: Any and all opinions suggested in this column are the complete responsibility of the publication; the writer is but a pawn in media propaganda. Unless the column isn’t offensive and is well-liked, then feel free to blame the writer… Who says sports are a man’s world? They would realizeContinue Reading

Concordia College had a record-breaking number of finalists at the National Association of Teachers of Singing competition on the weekend of Nov. 2 this year, with 20 out of 38 competitors going to semi-finals and 12 winners. NATS is an opportunity for singers who are serious about their art toContinue Reading

Science Academy took a large leap near the end of last year when it became an official student organization. The academy has been going to local elementary schools to teach children about science since the 2005-2006 academic year, but before now the group functioned mostly under the Chemistry Club, theContinue Reading