Megan Thrasher, a graduating senior, made early plans for family to come to Concordia for the May 1 commencement ceremony.
Student artists enter juried art show
Wayne Besen was walking through a store with his parents when they saw a stand selling tapes with the sign “Gay and Unhappy?” “That’s you!” his parents said. “But I’m happy,” Besen replied. “No you’re not—take it,” they said. Besen took the tape and listened to it. He described it
As Cobbers line up outside Anderson Commons in the morning for waffles and muffins, a few Dining Services employees are busy packaging both hot lunches and extra frozen meals to be carted off before noon. About 200 additional meals are prepared by Concordia’s Dining Services each day to be delivered
With the ringing of the 11:30 a.m. alarm on Nov. 6, the annual ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest was underway. Eight teams at the North Dakota State University site ripped open their problem packets and the two- or three-member teams distributed problems among themselves. Then they sat; they read; they
A new ordinance in Moorhead has the city abuzz with interest; it has appeared in the local newspaper and been talked about on the radio, Sgt. Mike Detloff said. The Social Host ordinance, which went into effect Sept. 1, states that it is now a misdemeanor offense for hosts to
You might have noticed the hand sanitizers around campus. The nurses in the Kjos Health Center sure hope you have. In an effort to combat the flu this year, Concordia has purchased over $6,900 worth of sanitizer, said Mark Dixon, delivery/stockroom supervisor. With worries of H1N1 in place well before