Cooper Mattern What’s a perfect day look like for you?“Being able to wake up and play a game. And then hang out with the guys after and just see my family and friends after the game.” “If I could play a game every day I would.” What’s your favorite fast food restaurant?“Subway.
MOORHEAD – On a hot Saturday afternoon with less than a minute on the clock, the Carleton Knights silenced the Concordia fans at Jake Christiansen stadium as they finished off the Cobbers with a play-action two-point conversion, putting them up 35-34, sending Carleton home with a 4-0 nonconference record.
Editor’s note: Anyone struggling with grief or hardship should contact the Center for Holistic Health at firstname.lastname@example.org or Campus Ministry at email@example.com. MOORHEAD — On the corner outside of Academy and Grose Halls, Concordia dedicated a young bur oak tree to the late Johnathan Steinwand on a crisp Tuesday autumn morning. “I
MOORHEAD — The Faith, Reason and World Affairs Symposium was held on Sept. 19 and 20 and featured three plenary sessions as well as fourteen concurrent sessions addressing the importance and impact of photojournalism. Former Director of Visuals and Immersive Experiences at National Geographic and currently the CEO of Catalina
MOORHEAD – The Cobber cross country men’s and women’s teams kicked off their season with the eighth annual Dragon Twilight Invitational on Friday, Sept. 8. Twilight meets are unique because the runners race as the sun sets instead of in the afternoon. The women’s team started the meet with the
MOORHEAD — Although Concordia College is known for its history and excellence in musical extracurriculars, Cobber athletics are on the rise of interest for this coming fall, especially Cobber Football. There is a long-standing history of support for Cobber Football. In 2005, Jake Christiansen Stadium held 24,550 total fans, an