Students in the dorms will not hear the fanfare of caroling Christmas horns preparing them to march into finals this year. The regular tradition of Concordia’s horn players going Christmas caroling will take this year off, according to horn instructor Karin Wakefield, who usually leads the horns. “Horn caroling isn’tContinue Reading

Knowledge gained from experience and beyond the classroom is more important now than ever. This message was prevalent at last week’s experiential learning opportunities meeting for students in the humanities and social sciences. At an internship-focused panel discussion, four social science and humanities students who have had internships spoke aboutContinue Reading

Three suspects are being searched for in conjunction with thefts at Concordia College last week. According to Moorhead police, Steven James Larson, Kristofer Briggs and Jessica Briggs may be responsible for stealing backpacks, wallets and coats from Concordia’s campus last week. The college is simultaneously searching for ways to preventContinue Reading

Prism, Concordia’s annual winter concert featuring wind and percussion instruments, will have a theme for the first time in its history. The Nov. 17 concert’s theme is America. Peter Haberman, who started directing The Concordia Band last year, said he had been reflecting on his first year and deciding howContinue Reading

Proposals to create more productive landscaping are underway This time next year, Concordia students could be celebrating fall with fresh produce from campus bushes. Landscaping on Concordia’s campus could become edible if a Concordia garden intern’s proposals are accepted. John Stelter, a garden intern from this past summer, believes theContinue Reading