If Macklemore didn’t persuade you to start thrift shopping in 2013, it’s not too late to start. From mom jeans to recycled flannels, thrift shopping has become one of the trendiest fads in recent years. The financial benefits are obvious, especially for us college kids, but this trend benefits far
Movie watchers asked common questions surrounding the release of “Logan,” the final Wolverine movie for Hugh Jackman, who has played the role for 17 years. They asked: why is “Logan” titled “Logan?” Superman movies are not titled “Clark,” and Iron Man movies are not titled “Tony.” What makes “Logan” so
For years, the Concordia Language Villages have been bringing a cultural immersion experience to students in both the Fargo-Moorhead area and across the world. This summer, five Concordia students will be traveling to Tanzania to bring a similar experience to students living on a reserve in Singita National Park through
Africa is the world’s second largest and most populous continent, with a population of over 1 billion people. From the North to the South and the East to the West, Africa showcases a lot of cultural diversity, beautiful landscapes and happy people. There are 54 countries in this beautiful continent
SATIRE FROM THE SCARBROUGH REPORT It’s not true what they say. Despite the rumors, President Donald Trump is actually pretty decent at sports, even with his tiny hands. But with his frequent trips to Maralago, Fla., Trump really doesn’t have time for playing basketball, or for creating logical security policies.
Spanish Professor Eduardo Gargurevich passed away on Sunday, March 12. A memorial service will be held Monday, March 23, at 7 p.m. at First Lutheran Church, 619 Broadway in Fargo. Gargurevich, originally from Peru, started working at Concordia in 1994 – 23 years ago–after teaching at Auburn University in Alabama.
Exploring through various topics rooted in different points in time, TEDxConcordia hopes to leave audience members with an energetic curiosity and joy. This unique experience has been creatively dreamt up and effectively planned out by Concordia’s own students. Josie Perhus and Skyler Stoner, co-presidents of the planning committee for TEDxConcordia,