Tips to snagging your temporary dream home As if you were not already stressed out enough with finals and holiday shopping looming, if you are a sophomore or junior it is also time to figure out if you are going to live on or off campus next year. Luckily forContinue Reading

A list of Concordia campus mainstays — the bell tower, the Concordia Choir, Kernel Cobb — is not complete without the inclusion of Maize fries. According to junior Katie Ahlstrom, a Maize student manager, Maize fries are the most popular item at the Maize. Below are the results of someContinue Reading

Students inform peers about smart financial practices Last week was Money Week, a time when Concordia students were introduced to financial education efforts led by sophomores Kjerstin Engebretson and Kirsten Henagin, who are interns for Money Revolution: a program developed by the financial services company Thrivent Financial for Lutherans. TheContinue Reading

Concordia’s sole Greek society differs from typical sororities A couple weeks into the school year, freshman Tori Benders had completed orientation, started classes, but still hadn’t found her Concordia niche. One tri-fold display board at Cobber Expo changed all that. In addition to being “really pink,” the booth’s board featuredContinue Reading

Sun Mart hosts weekly sale of 20-cent chocolate chip cookies Every Tuesday, the Moorhead grocery store Sun Mart offers a sale that has been cherished by locals young and old for decades. This local phenomenon is known as Cookie Tuesdays. On this day, generously-portioned chocolate chip cookies are sold forContinue Reading

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Long before the new Offutt School of Business building was conceptualized, a different business-related idea was a-brewing at Concordia. According to Greg Cant, dean of OSB, the concept of a student-run business at Concordia was first suggested about four years ago by Scheels CEO Steve D. Scheel during a meetingContinue Reading