Every year Concordia Dining Services hosts a Thanksgiving dinner. It usually takes place on Thursday during the second to last full week of school before Thanksgiving break. This year’s Thanksgiving Dinner was on Nov 10 from 4:30-7:30 p.m., featuring several great foods: turkey, ham, mashed potatoes, gravy, dinner rolls, stuffing, lefse, pumpkin pie,Continue Reading

According to CAA News Today, across the country, 18 different colleges are making major cuts to their humanities programs.  With registration hanging in the air, students must be reminded to take selected humanities courses over their time at Concordia College.   Concordia College remains a liberal arts college that continues toContinue Reading

On Friday Oct 10 an email was sent to all Concordia students, faculty, and staff, informing the community about an act of vandalism that had taken place the night before. The email said that unauthorized stickers had been placed around Concordia’s campus with clear ties to white supremacy, hate, andContinue Reading

As we regain a sense of normalcy post-COVID, campus will resume where it left off. Though many things remain the same as before the pandemic, inevitably there will be some permanent changes within the school.  For the sake of accessibility, the Free Store, which had previously been located in theContinue Reading

Speaking in equal parts with her hands, face, and voice, Rohina Malik addressed a crowd of faculty and students gathered in Jones A/B this Monday evening.  She stood rooted and confident, never erring in her position at the front of the room. Her voice changed suddenly, adopting an accent andContinue Reading

If you’ve been keeping up with the world of professional sports at all, you may have heard rumblings about the newest up-and-coming contender in the arena: Esports. Professional video games.   Teams compete in a variety of game titles, practicing for hours on end to get their teamwork and levels ofContinue Reading

On November 8, Moorhead residents will have an important decision to make. This election day there will be a vote on a 0.5 cent local option sales tax used to fund a new Community Center/Regional Library in downtown Moorhead.   The current Moorhead public library is not meeting the needs ofContinue Reading