Whenever gas prices skyrocket, Americans suddenly become interested in our country’s dependence on foreign fossil fuels. A dramatic price jump is enough to force families to reconsider their taking separate cars to work and school or an afternoon run to Starbucks. Elected officials also become aware of their dissatisfaction. ForContinue Reading

This article was written by Kaitlyn Gantz, a contributing author at The Concordian. I wanted to eat off campus, to wander around for a while, but I didn’t want to eat at the usual places: Pizza Patrol, Erb’s & Gerb’s, etc. One of my friends suggested Altony’s Italian Cafe, atContinue Reading

In case you were curious, choir tour was pretty great. Although at times it seemed daunting, when things seemed too intense I just asked myself “When else during my life will I be able to drop everything and travel across the country for two weeks, singing in a different placeContinue Reading

Finally! The snow is receding, the ice is melting, the birds are chirping… Typically, this means that baseball is just around the corner. But there is one event that commands our attention before we focus on America’s pastime, and that is the wonder and excitement of Men’s College Basketball. SelectionContinue Reading

The sun is out, the sky is blue, it is beautiful and so are you. To be honest, you probably are beautifully rocking a sweatshirt and shorts. That could be hashtagged as #thingsminnesotansget. When March rolls around, we Midwesterners think it is practically June. Flip-flops are out in full force,Continue Reading