Students were frustrated, parents called in and Bruce Vieweg, chief information officer at Concordia, tried to keep it all under control. Registration for Spring 2013 became a mess when Banner, the program used for registration, became overloaded and students were locked out. Errors with the system occurred on both ThursdayContinue Reading

This year, under the Christmas tree, donations will be collected for the Gladys Ray Shelter of Fargo. At the Student Government Association forum meeting on Nov. 16, the shelter was announced as the recipient of this year’s donations. Donations will be collected under the Christmas tree, which will be locatedContinue Reading

In times of change, members of the Concordia community–from students to the Board of Regents–stick together in support of the college. This has been true in the past, as when former President Pamela Jolicoeur passed away, and remains true today, like when the recent “sin-is-sin” T-shirt debate canvassed campus. IncreasingContinue Reading

The search is on for a new provost for Concordia College as Mark Krejci steps down from this position. According to Judith Ward, one of two consultants hired for the search, the college hopes to have several finalists selected by March. However, the new administrator may be welcomed to theContinue Reading

Funding for student organizations has decreased this school year due to the drop in enrollment and an increase in budgets for larger organizations. Some of the organizations that requested more money were Concordia Entertainment Commission, the Student Government Association, Homecoming and Orientation. According to Nathalie Rinehardt, assistant director of studentContinue Reading

Carl Bailey, former professor of physics, dean of the college and author of Concordia’s mission statement passed away last Saturday at age 94 from terminal cancer. Baily served as faculty at Concordia for 41 years. When he first arrived, the physics department had only one other professor. Bailey hired staffContinue Reading