Photo by Marisa Jackels. Sophomore Sam Odegard places a sticker on his paper passport at the Burundi table at this year's Pangea festival. Passports helped the visitors remember each booth they visited.

Pangea festival draws 1400 visitors

Record numbers were drawn to the mouthwatering aromas of multiethnic cuisine, traditional music of various cultures and booths representing different countries that filled the Hjemkomst Heritage Center on Nov. 12 […]

 

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  • Photo submitted by Kathy Faeth. The Comstock House, located just north of Concordia's campus on Eighth Street, is full of beautiful decorations and interesting history about Moorhead. "There's so much history here," said Betty Priewe, Friends of the Comstock House member.

    Getting to know our neighbors: The Comstock House

    The ornate woodwork and Victorian wallpaper of Moorhead’s Comstock Historic House stand frozen in time, a reminder of the family that once occupied its rooms and corridors. The residence of […]

     
  • Photo by Rachel Torgerson. A group of people meet in Olson Forum to practice Zumba, a fun, dance-filled workout routine. Classes are held Tuesdays at 7:15pm and Wednesdays at 9:15 each week.

    Zumba invades campus

    Zumba, a Latin inspired form of exercise, has many students around campus setting down their books and homework to dance. Sophomore Alexa Bateman began instructing classes last year for eight […]

     
  • Photo submitted by Stephanie Sailer. An America flag sways in front of a gutted house in Minot after the flood of 2011. The Pay-It-Forward event hopes to raise money for the flood's victims.

    ‘Pay-It-Forward’ comes back around

    Artwork crowding the center of the Carl B. Ylvisaker Library at Concordia can only signal one thing: Cobbers are paying it forward. This marks the fourth year of the Pay-It-Forward […]

     
  • Photo by Breanna Lees. These are some of the items that were prepared through the Operation Christmas Child project, kicked off by Lambda Delta Sigma. LDS ran a booth in the Atrium last week to raise awareness for this cause and accept donations. LDS was able to assemble 26 show boxes with donations, and they raised over $240.24 for the cause.

    Operation Christmas Child a success

    Lambda Delta Sigma kicked off the Christmas season by asking the Concordia community to help them in supporting Operation Christmas Child. Operation Christmas Child is a ministry of Samaritan’s Purse, […]

     
  • Faculty return from China

    Zhuhai, China, is situated on the Pearl River delta, which runs through the Asian mainland. But its waterside tourist value isn’t what makes Zhuhai important to Concordia College. Zhuhai is […]

     
  • Charity drive begins

    It’s the season of giving and thanks, and the Student Involvement Committee is encouraging students to remember those in the community who are less fortunate. From Nov. 30 through Dec. […]

     
  • Bobby’s sports banter

    Bobby’s sports banter

    Feeling frazzled? Forgotten what it’s like to smile? Ever ask yourself, as did the once-great pop artist Britney Spears, “Why do these tears come at night?” If so, then I […]

     
  • Photo by GoCobbers,com. Junior Ali Nelson defends against Forest Lake (III.) at the women's latest game.

    Women skate to victory

    The Concordia women’s hockey team has been tearing up the ice this season with their fierce sportsmanship and stellar athletic skills. The women’s results are 6-2 this season so far. […]

     
  • Photo by GoCobbers.com. Concordia's Women's Soccer team huddle during the Sweet 16 at the Division III National tournament.

    Women’s soccer sweet 16

    The Cobber Women’s soccer team continued their reign as one of the top programs in the country by making another visit to the Sweet 16 at the Division III national […]