Graphic by Emilie Bowman.

Secular students propose club

The Concordia Secular Student Community submitted its intent to be an official student organization September 26th, starting the one- to two-month process for recognition. Controversy looms large over the group […]


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  • Photo by Mary Henning. Joel Leeman and Stephanie Barnhart were crowned this years’s homecoming king and queen.

    Coronation kicks off homecoming week

    This week Concordia remembers its roots. Concordia welcomed in the 2012 homecoming week with the annual coronation ceremony on Tuesday evening. Joel Leeman and Stephanie Barnhart were crowned king and […]

  • Graphic by Emilie Bowman.

    A plane talk

    Well hello teeny-tiny Cobber babies! It is homecoming, and this week is crazy! We have alumni of all types coming to our Cobberland home. Students who just graduated and people […]

  • Photo by Jamie Telander. Soren Poffenberger, Concordia 2013, aims at his target in the archery wellness course.

    Archery wellness class hits the mark

    Piles of homework and jam-packed schedules can make for stressful days. Concordia offers a variety of physical education classes throughout the year to “allow students to let loose during their […]

  • Graphic by Emilie Bowman.

    A simple message

    During an election year, one can’t help but be bombarded by politics. Whether you’re watching the news, surfing the web, reading the paper or listening to the radio, politics will […]

  • Graphic by Emilie Bowman.

    Alumni trouble

    It’s homecoming at Concordia. This week, the college welcomes alumni, parents, and friends to campus to celebrate our past. As a college best known for the Cobber ring—a staple on […]

  • Get up, Get out; biking trails in Fargo – Moorhead

    Get up, Get out; biking trails in Fargo – Moorhead

    Siri Manning, a junior, knows all the hot spots in the Fargo-Moorhead area to give you whatever outdoor biking, rollerblading or running experience you need. She’s a bit of an […]

  • Graphic by Emilie Bowman.

    Sermons in Stones

    “Who knows where the time goes?” Studying in London, I first heard Judy Collins sing that ballad when I was 19 and Collins was in her early thirties.  I heard […]

  • Photo by Melisa Barish. President William Craft, Amy Tran and artist J. Paul Nesse surrounding the new bust and plaque of Martin Luther King Jr.

    King Intercultural Center rededicated

    Martin Luther King Jr. moved outside last Friday. His bust, which had long been displayed inside the King Intercultural Center, was moved outside at last week’s rededication of the center. […]

  • Photo by Jamie Telander. John Reimringer poses with his novel at the Writer’s Festival.

    Embrace Wierdness

    Students and faculty waited eagerly, grazing on a spread of snacks and soda, for the Concordia College Writer’s Festival event to begin. As the room settled, English professor and event […]