Fargo rallies against HB 1427 to support refugees and New Americans In light of recently proposed legislation, the majority of the Fargo-Moorhead community has been shocked and heartbroken. North Dakota’s bill, HB 1427, looks to regulate the settlement of immigrants and refugees in the state. In a community rich with
A collection of vintage, collectable, valuable and comparable items Phat Kat is not the usual boutique. Interspersed between antique collections of watches, cameras, collectable toys and posters and old books are taxidermied animals and broken dolls. The boutiques biggest attraction, however, is not its oddities but the largest vinyl selection
In light of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, Dr. Rene Clausen and Dr. Roy Hammerling collaborated to honor the passionate stories of this section of the Bible. According to Clausen, Concordia wanted to celebrate the 500th anniversary and they commissioned him to compose a major work for the anniversary.
In a recent faculty senate meeting, a decision was made to create consistency when determining transferring equivalent classes. According to Dr. Amy Watkin, chair and professor of IOC, adjusting the requirements for acceptable equivalent classes for first year experience programs; IOC, IWC, Inquiry and PE 111 was brought to the
The 125th Concordia exhibit hummed with conversation as family and friends of the college gathered to reflect on their memories of Concordia and to look forward to the future of the institution. The exhibit comprises of several sections, each one a purposeful combination of pieces to tell the story of
There has been a movement spreading through a number of colleges. It calls for social and sustainable responsibility, business ethics and change. This movement asks its institutions to rethink their investments and to partner with businesses that better match the institutions ideals and teachings. This movement has come to Concordia
Dipshikha Dahal, the refugee coordinator at Family HealthCare center, enters the birth date, Social Security number and address of the refugee sitting across from the desk from her, an Iraqi refugee dressed in a black hijab and a long dress that covers everything but her face. She came to Fargo
In one day, Chandra Acharya saw 75 people die and be cremated by the riverside at Beldangi II refugee camp, in Maidhar, Nepal, “Kids, older folks, all because of dysentery and diarrhea from the dirty river,” Acharya said. Several years later, Acharya is now living in Fargo, where he works