The Fargo Film Festival is celebrating its twelve anniversary this week, and it is shaping up to be the most star-studded year yet. The festival, which runs Tuesday through Saturday, takes place at the Fargo Theater and it features a wide variety of films, speakers, parties and opportunities to mingle
Lisbeth Salander kicks ass. That’s essentially how “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” trilogy by Steig Larsson can be summed up. The same holds true for the Swedish films and the newly released American version directed by David Fincher. The film details the life of a journalist who tries to
Interim President Paul Dovre will make way for William Craft, who was recently elected as the new president of the college, at the beginning of July.
The American Dietetic Association released the 2010 Dietary Guidelines in January.
Drinking trends in the F-M community, nationally
The Black Student Union, a group three months in the making, was started by sophomore Robin Wisner because he believes it is something that was missing on Concordia’s campus. “There are similar organizations across the nation,” Wisner said. “It’s time for Concordia to catch up.” An interest meeting was held
As of June 2011, 2010 graduate Sean Volk will become second-in-command at the Fargo Theater, as the operations and administrative manager. Volk has worked at the Fargo Theater since he was a junior at Concordia because he was interested in getting a job off-campus and he’s loved movies as long
Dining Services will implement seven new meal plans for students starting in the fall of 2011. “We hadn’t changed the meal plans for fourteen years,” Sabrina Zimara, marketing supervisor in DS, said. “Before that, the only meal plan was 21 meals a week or nothing.” After hiring a consulting firm