Photo by Riah Roe. Years of "The Cobber" line the bookshelves in the yearbook office. Despite efforts to bring the yearbook back to campus, the Concordia community will go another year without one.

Yearbook Revival Effort Falls Short

Searle Swedlund, associate director of alumni relations, sits in his office amongst a history of nearly 100 years of student life. Dozens of Concordia College yearbooks sit in memory of […]


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  • Photo by Rachel Webster. Steve Schuetz, vice president for Enrollment, began his term at Concordia in July.

    Schuetz Takes Reins As New VP

    Steve Schuetz, hired last July as Concordia’s vice president of Enrollment, first came to campus with no intention to stay for long. After a friend who worked at a search […]

  • Photo by Riah Roe. Juniors Alex Loveland and Charlie Tirey use the computers in the Fishbowl. Library Director Sharon Hoverson said there may be plans to turn the Fishbowl into an additional library classroom.

    Fishbowl Gets a Facelift

    This article was written by Kayla Culver, a contributing author for The Concordian. The Carl B. Ylvisaker Library got a facelift over the summer.  New furniture was added to Serendipity, […]

  • Photo by Riah Roe. The apartment staff for Residence Life used condom bingo to inform students about the sexual misconduct policy as well as responsible sexual behavior.

    Condom Bingo Raises Awareness

    The residence life staff got creative to raise awareness about Concordia College’s new sexual conduct policy. Students living in the on-campus apartments were invited to attend condom bingo, which took […]

  • Bobby’s Sports Banter

    Bobby’s Sports Banter

    With a surplus of freshman students on campus this year, sports have benefited with increased membership. Now the benches are completely full, instead of maybe half full or so. In […]

  • Photo taken from Concordia Athletics website. Senior golfer Patrick Dietz competes at the MIAC Championship.

    Trying to Deliver on Potential

    A successful season is usually, and sometimes unfortunately, defined by the way it ends. The men’s golf team is looking to finish the season strong after a disappointing finish in […]

  • Freshman Shocking The Golf

    Freshman Shocking The Golf

    Concordia’s freshmen are shaking up MIAC golf. The women’s golf team has finished up a very strong 2011 season; finishing fourth out of eleven schools competing in the MIAC conference […]

  • Photo by Kyle Thiele. Artist and NDSU painting professor Kimble A. Bromley stands in front of his 72" by 144" oil painting on canvas, entitled "In the Beginning." This work is part of Bromley's series based on his favorite book "Moby Dick."

    F-M 2011 Studio Crawl Worth The Trek

    Even if art isn’t your favorite thing, there still would have been something for you to love about the 8th annual FM Studio Crawl that was held Oct. 1 and […]

  • Photo by Rachel Torgerson. The analog clocks that were in various academic buildings around campus have been switched out for digital clocks like this one.

    Clocks in the Classrooms

    It is one minute until class ends; everyone’s notes are put away and yet the professor’s lecture continues. If you are like most students, your eyes are probably glued to […]

  • Photo by Olivia Gear. Junior Marty Peterson, senior Christopher Damlo, and junior Anna Sell act out their parts during practice of the first play of the year on campus: The Foreigner. This is Director Jim Cermak's last year directing and teaching at Concordia, so all of the shows this season are shows he has done before to pay homage to his theatrical career here.

    “The Foreigner” Opens Season of Tribute

    Immigration and the status of foreigners have long been issues of importance in the nation. Given the significance of this topic for many on campus, perhaps it should come as […]