It’s Tuesday afternoon, and miraculously your chemistry class got out a few minutes early. You scoot across the ice to Knutson as quickly as you can because you know the 12:10-12:50 lunch rush is worse than Wal-Mart on Black Friday. As you enter Knutson, Anderson Commons in sight, your pathContinue Reading

“Our conservative estimate is that there are 27 million people in slavery today. This means that there are more people in slavery today than at any other time in human history,” according to the Web site of Free the Slaves, a not for profit organization dedicated to eradicating slavery aroundContinue Reading

Concordia’s tuition for the 2010-11 academic year is $26,950. Just a few blocks away, Minnesota State University-Moorhead’s tuition for 2010-11 is $6,140. Looking around at the bustling, active campus, it’s easy to see that something still draws students to Concordia. In fact, most seniors at Concordia are satisfied with theirContinue Reading

Students who have spent time in either of Concordia’s science buildings, Ivers or Jones, know they’ve been around for the while–since 1967 and 1980, respectively. Their age shows when you look at the cracks in the cement floor, or the outdated laboratories and research spaces. Faculty and students agree it’sContinue Reading

Concordia College held a press conference to release new information about the much anticipated naming of the School of Business and details about the plan for the new addition to the college. Students, faculty, administrators and Fargo-Moorhead area journalists filled the standing room-only Morrie Jones Conference Center on Sept. 23Continue Reading

It’s still the beginning of the school year, and as you look around campus it’s easy to tell who the freshmen are. They’re the ones wandering around the bell tower aimlessly, looking lost, forgetting that if they use the glass doors in Anderson Commons the alarm will go off, orContinue Reading

“Family Fun Since 1891” That’s the theme for this year’s Family Weekend, an annual tradition at Concordia College where families are invited to come visit their much-missed Cobbers and see what they’ve been up to for the past few weeks. This year, Family Weekend is being held September 17-19. ButContinue Reading

President Pamela Jolicoeur, Concordia’s 10th president, suffered a stroke in her home on June 9, 2010. She was sent to the Sanford Palliative Care Unit in Fargo, N.D, where she died. She was 65 years-old. Jolicoeur served Concordia as its president since 2004. During this time she not only definedContinue Reading