On Sunday, March 26, students and community members alike gathered in the Sanford overflow parking lot for the first campus-run car meet in Concordia’s history.  Exhaust fumes filled the air as cars of all makes and models idled in the lot, mirrored by the frozen breath of the participants. TheContinue Reading

For the second time this academic year, an international student has reached out to the Concordia community for financial assistance. In Jan 2022, Theodore Yumba-Mutumba started a GoFundMe to raise funds for his tuition debt after his financial and identification papers were stolen from his car, hindering his ability toContinue Reading

A violent wind sweeps across Concordia College’s campus on February 24, causing students to shiver and slip as they rushed indoors. The wind pelts the panes of Old Main, where a classroom has been converted into a temporary meditation retreat.   Most of the tables and chairs in the room haveContinue Reading

Students can start the spring season warm with the reservable fire pit that is now open for use. The fire pit was supposed to be ready for students Oct. 2021, but due to supply chain delays, the opening was set back.  Although the fire pit is now functioning, the benchesContinue Reading

Concordia alumni and broadcast journalist Cory Hepola announced his run for Minnesota governor in early March. Hepola, a Perham native, worked for KARE 11 as a news anchor before joining WCCO Radio in 2019.  Hepola is running as an independent candidate under the Forward Party, a new third party createdContinue Reading

Save the date: Cornstock is set for Apr. 23, 2022. Cornstock is a Campus Events Commission-sponsored event that brings in a musical artist to perform for the Concordia community. There has not been a Cornstock since the start of the pandemic, so for the first time in two years, CECContinue Reading