Recently junior Max Smith, a business  major and a member of the Concordia men’s hockey team, has been nominated for a BNY Mellon Wealth Management Hockey Humanitarian Award for his work with the InSports Foundation. This is the second year in the row Smith has been nominated for the award,Continue Reading

This year, the Concordia women’s hockey team is currently holding a record of two wins and six losses. The season, which started on Nov. 7, is nearing the halfway point, and wraps up in the last week of February. Although the women still have part of the season left, theyContinue Reading

While being one of the more overlooked sports at Concordia, the men’s and women’s cross country teams are both substantially large group that work just as hard as every other team at to achieve their goals. Even though this has been more of a difficult season for both teams dueContinue Reading

Despite losing two of their games, Concordia’s football teams dedication and passion continuously shined throughout the seaon This year Concordia’s football team has continued to mirror the success of their previous seasons. The team has won eight games and had only two losses this year, a record that the teamContinue Reading

One thing that many college students struggle with is maintaining a healthy diet and finding ways to stay active during the colder seasons. While it can prove to be difficult, it is definitely do-able. One of the most manageable ways to staying healthy in winter is having a positive mindset.Continue Reading

Despite losing some games, Concordia’s volleyball team is continuing to reach for this year’s MIAC championship Over the past decade, one word to describe Concordia’s volleyball team would be strong. They have gone to the NCAA national tournament almost every year since 2003, ranking in the top 25 in theContinue Reading

Looking for something to do this weekend? Head on over to Fargo-Moorhead’s very own family fun park, Thunder Road. Aside from providing visitors with a 1,000-foot go kart track, this unique attraction is the perfect place to take a break from studying. Since its opening in 2001, Thunder Road hasContinue Reading

With the help of their fellow teammates, athletes are successfully integrating into the Cobber community Over the years, Concordia has been lucky enough to have had many talented freshmen athletes attend the school and play for the Cobbers. This year is no exception. According to Concordia’s athletic director, Richard GlasContinue Reading

A panel of faculty members at the “Chasing Ice” viewing urged students to take action on campus. Students and faculty members gathered in the Centrum Oct. 3 for a viewing of “Chasing Ice,” a documentary about the effects of climate change. After the viewing, a panel of faculty members fromContinue Reading