Graphic by Emilie Bowman.

Reflecting on Cobber moments

Graduation is just around the corner, and those of us who are getting ready to leave Concordia are most likely feeling quite nostalgic. I found it hard to express the […]

 

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    Students brave weather at Andes Tower Hills

    The weather forecast was incorrect about the temperatures on Saturday, Feb. 2. TheWeatherChannel.com had predicted temperatures to be in the twenties, a hopeful prospect for the twenty- one snowboarders and […]

     
  • Graphic by Emilie Bowman.

    How to start off 2013 healthy

    Coughs, sneezes and sniffles are not uncommon sounds in the classroom during winter at Concordia. Although the influenza scare may be almost over, maintaining good health is still a constant […]

     
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    When you wish upon a Death Star

    Images of Justin Beiber’s face on Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader wearing Mickey Mouse ears are just a few of the hundreds of internet responses  to the purchase of Lucasfilm […]

     
  • Photo by Sheldon Green, Concordia College. Pastory Elly hopes to spend her first year on campus learning and listening.

    Pastor Elly finds her calling at Concordia

    Reverend Elizabeth “Elly” McHan never wanted to be a pastor. She is, however, now the latest addition to Concordia’s ministry. Her father was a pastor, and she remembers how hard […]

     
  • Photo by Marisa Jackels. Heidi Thom poses next to the plane she flew at the Fargo Jet Center.

    Students take to the skies

    It was a lovely weekend to fly. Temperatures were in the high 80s, the sky was sunny and cloudless, and 20 Cobber freshmen became pilots on the weekend of Sept. […]

     
  • Graphic by Ryan Bloom.

    The hero is in you

    Superheroes  save lives. They come to the rescue. They’re heroic. According to Tonya Simenson, the donor recruitment representative for United Blood Services, donating blood is an act of heroism. “You’re […]

     
  • Photo by Marisa Jackels. Students crowded into the Centrum on Feb. 17 for "The Drop," an electronic dance party that played house, electronica and dubstep. Dubstep has become more prominent recently due to the success of artists like Skrillex and Deadmau5 (pronounced Deadmouse).

    Not so underground anymore

    Crowds pulse, hands in the air, a giant mass of sweat and glowsticks. This is the rave, a familiar dance scene that began in Europe. What is not as familiar […]

     
  • Photo Submitted. Joe Halverson volunteers at the Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd by setting up bedding.

    More than a Band-Aid

    Less than three months ago the Fargo-Moorhead community faced the daunting fact that the number of homeless in the area exceeded the amount of space at local shelters. It was […]

     
  • Singers excel at NATS

    Concordia College had a record-breaking number of finalists at the National Association of Teachers of Singing competition on the weekend of Nov. 2 this year, with 20 out of 38 […]