MOORHEAD — International students make up a small but crucial part of Concordia’s undergraduate population. Over the last two years, the percentage of international first year students in the fall cohort has dropped from an all time high of 9% in 2021 down to only 3% this year.   International students areContinue Reading

MOORHEAD — One of the many benefits of Concordia is that the campus is open to students, faculty and the general public. Individuals may enter and leave the grounds as they wish. However, this freedom can sometimes result in unwanted interactions between Fargo-Moorhead community members and the Concordia community, asContinue Reading

MOORHEAD — A new photography and film exhibition by Jonathan Johnson titled Mixtape: Landscape opened in the Cyrus M. Running Gallery on Concordia’s Campus on Tuesday, Aug. 29.   Johnson is an associate professor at Otterbein University in Ohio, who uses photography and film to express ideas surrounding place, identity andContinue Reading

As the Midwest shifts away from winter and into the later stages of March, there is more that Concordia students can be expecting besides warmer weather and potential floods – potholes.  Throughout the winter season, teams of snowplow drivers worked continuously to clear the roads and parking lots of iceContinue Reading