Cobber Nation gets the crowd revved up at a Cobber football game spelling out, "Let's Go Cobbs!" on their chests and waving Concordia flags. Submitted photo.

A spirited brotherhood

Cobber Nation more than guys getting together to paint themselves and do push-ups What started out as a floor-bonding experience has turned into a Concordia tradition. This year Cobber Nation […]

 

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  • Students Jaci Jeziorski and Kari Nelson paint positive words at the President's Seminar last Friday. The seminar focused on what it means to be a "Happy Cobber." Photo by Jordan Elton.

    The Happy Cobber

    President’s seminar discusses “Happy Cobber” phenomenon The President’s Seminar last Friday did not mark the end of the happiness discussion on Concordia’s campus. Although President Craft’s suggestion of renaming the […]

     
  • Photo by Jacob Amos.

    Technology: Dividing humanity from nature?

    Disconnection from our roots can lead individuals to become ecologically illiterate. We occupy, consume and ruin the soil beneath our feet. Concrete and technology have become our niche, and human […]

     
  • SPIF committee members Jacob Amos and Carly Grandner review a SPIF request at their meeting on Sept. 12. Photo by Chase Body.

    New SPIF guidelines spark debate

    Members of Student Government Association got into a heated discussion at their first Forum meeting Sept. 5. The source of the debate was the Special Projects and Initiatives Fund, called […]

     
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    Cobbers look to nature for sport

    Half an hour before sunrise this Saturday the waterfowl season will open. Although hunting may not be the most followed sport on campus, there are Concordia students and faculty who […]

     
  • Cru members pray together at their first meeting of the year. Cru members say the organization will not seek official recognition this year. Photo by Morgan Schlief.

    Cru will not seek official recognition

    With the recent approval of the Student Secular Community as an official organization, Concordia students have speculated as to whether the Christian group Campus Crusade for Christ will apply to […]

     
  • Roy Hammerling, professor of religion, is a regular customer at Cookie Tuesdays. Photo by Austin Gerth.

    Cookie Tuesdays: a community favorite

    Sun Mart hosts weekly sale of 20-cent chocolate chip cookies Every Tuesday, the Moorhead grocery store Sun Mart offers a sale that has been cherished by locals young and old […]

     
  • Scarf Boy vs. the Thief of Joy

    Scarf Boy vs. the Thief of Joy

    How body image shapes perception and why it shouldn’t As a freshman, Scarf Boy felt immense amounts of love and support on a day-to-day basis. He made a lot of […]

     
  • Abby Berglund, Shannon Flanery and Amy Crane practice their firebird technique during a Tuesday night practice in Olson Forum. Photo by Morgan Schleif.

    Cobber dance team rebuilding

    Losing senior members leaves Cobbers to look for new talent in the 2013-2014 season As last year came to a close, Concordia’s dance team lost several of their members due […]

     
  • 2013 Family Weekend Committee. Submitted photo.

    Family Weekend debuts Family Expo

    Family Weekend is a time of introduction between two families. Students arrive on campus and either create, revive or maintain friendships. One month into school, Family Weekend welcomes students’ families […]