The Concordia Chapel choir, composed of over 80 men and women, began its annual tour on Wednesday. This tour marks the final trip with the choir for director Michael Smith, who is retiring at the end of the year. “We’re really excited to go on tour with Mr. Smith and
This week’s headlines seem to show the worst in everyone. Political campaigns tend to divide more than unite. As the results from Super Tuesday, the 100-meter dash of the Republican primaries, roll in, we are bombarded by the divisive language of campaign season. Word about Rush Limbaugh and his comments
The campus voted for Student Government Association leadership Tuesday night. The new administration will take over April 5, and they will be responsible to stay true to their campaign promises. What these goals will look like in practice will remain a mystery until they take office. Platform goals can be
Three off-campus students experienced their worst nightmare when an intoxicated man wandered into their home early Feb. 9. Senior Rachel Brock woke up when the light in her bedroom turned on around 3:30 a.m. She turned over to find a man standing in her doorway. The light turned off. “Oh,
An unknown male entered an off-campus residence across the street from Concordia College early Thursday morning. The intruder has not been identified, but an investigation is still underway, said Lt. Tory Jacobson, public information officer for the Moorhead Police Department. Bill MacDonald, public safety officer for Concordia, said the police
Concordia is known for its bubble, an invisible shield that guards the campus from Dragons and bad news. I would like to propose a different definition for the bubble – community. After hours of conversation with reporters and editors from small-town publications at a recent newspaper conference, I am convinced
Memorial Auditorium is filled with college musicians as they rehearse for the 2011 Concordia College Christmas Concerts. The opening song begins with four choirs surrounding the crowd. On the second song, their cue comes, and they rush to the risers on stage. Gordon Moe runs to Männerchor and snaps his
The Concordia College campus is full of more new faces than last year. Scott Ellingson, director of enrollment, said enrollment numbers have improved in two major areas. The number of first-year students increased from 675 to 722 students. Additionally, the number of transfer students increased from 56 to 69 students.
Student Government Association President Tyler Dugger said he and Vice President Greg Clark are off to a smooth start with their official duties.
The Fishbowl may undergo an overhaul in 2012.