Photo by Lexi Robinson. Dr. Robert Lang demonstrated the art of origami to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Mathematics department at Concordia Oct. 19.

The Beauty of Math

This article was written by Lexi Robinson, a PULSE contributer for The Concordian. Origami, the art of Japanese paper folding, dates back to 1680. The first reference to origami is […]


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    Getting to Know Our Neighbors: The Prairie Home Cemetery

    A quick poll of students in the Atrium revealed that many Concordia students grew up listening to Garrison Keillor’s weekly radio show, “A Prairie Home Companion.” The quirky Midwestern feel […]

  • Photo by Rachel Torgerson. 2010 Concordia graduates Brandon Huether and Anna Hagen show off some of the t-shirts they have helped design due to their work with Old Lutheran, a company in Moorhead that creates unique products that help customers express their Lutheran identity.

    Concordia Grads Produce Fresh Designs

    Brandon Huether and Anna Hagen, the masterminds behind this year’s homecoming t-shirt designs and many other graphic designs on campus, are 2010 Concordia graduates still at work behind the scenes […]

  • Photo by Kyle Thiele. Juniors Nikita Welder, Stephanie Wetter, Lauren Monteforte, and Danne Verghis show off their group costume as the band Kiss at the Concordia Halloween Bash Oct. 29.

    Halloween Costume Savings

    Halloween costumes are known to shock, frighten and titillate celebrators everywhere. But so do the prices. This year, some people sought to cut down the horrific costs in favor of […]

  • Photo by Rachel Torgerson. Foster Beyers, director of orchestras at Concordia, conducts during a concert in Memorial Auditorium. The Orchestra is currently on tour around Minnesota. They will return on Sunday for a home concert in Memorial at 4 pm.

    A Chance to Bond with Communities, Each Other

    The Concordia Orchestra left last Sunday for their tour of Minnesota, which includes performances in Marshall, Rochester, Mahtomedi, Niswa, Bemidji and Crookston.  The home concert will be Sunday at 4 […]

  • Photo from Go Cobber Blog. Goalies were key members to the Cobbers' wins this last weekend against Gustavus and St. John's.

    It’s That Time of the Year Again

    As the end of the semester looms near, the air starts turning colder and we have to dig out the winter coats that Mom packed before we left for school. […]

  • Photo from Go Cobber Blog. Sophomore Kristian Reiersgord assists the team in a play against St. Mary's.

    Thoughts on Soccer

    The sun had just dipped down under the horizon, still with enough light where colors were starting to blend to gray.  The evening cool was settling in, and the wind […]

  • Photos by Evan Balko. Politically polarized couple Mary Matalin and James Carville debate current events in front of a full house on Oct. 31. The pair pride themselves in disagreeing about politics yet maintaining a healthy marriage.

    Halloween Debate Treats Campus

    People were lining up outside Concordia College’s atrium doors Halloween night, but it wasn’t for the candy. James Carville and Mary Matalin werebmediated by radio talk show host and author […]

  • Photo by Riah Roe. The registrar's office team is one short now that Registrar Nancy Penna left for a job at the National Student Clearinghouse. Erika Haug, lower left, will take over in the interim.

    Registrar Resigns

    This article was written by Jamie Offerdahl, a contributing author for The Concordian. After more than two years of working as the assistant dean of the registrar, Nancy Penna is […]

  • Submitted Photo. Members of the forensics team show off their awards after their competition at Minnesota State University - Mankato and Gustavus Adolphus College on Oct. 16. The speech team took first place.

    Speech Team Places First

    The Concordia College speech and debate team is dominating competition this year.  Both teams have had impressive performances in recent tournaments, and on Oct. 15 and 16 at Minnesota State […]