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 battle for college students, who are surrounded by germs. With New Year’s Resolutions struggling to be upheld, many people areContinue Reading

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. 29-30. These students are in professor Scott Olsen’s inquiry seminar “Adventure, Exploration and Risk.” The class not only teaches aboutContinue Reading

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 saving lives, bottom line.” she said. “You might not think you’re a superhero, but to somebody, you are.” From 12:30-5Continue Reading

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 an emergency situation. But through collaboration with local churches, homeless shelters and volunteers from the community, overflow guests are beingContinue Reading

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 competitors going to semi-finals and 12 winners. NATS is an opportunity for singers who are serious about their art toContinue Reading