“We all want community, Chris. Stop spreading hatred,” Hunkun Abdullahi said. On Dec. 4, 2015, Chris Berg, host of KVLY’s “Point of View” had an intense discussion with two guests. Abdullahi is the Executive Director of the Afro American Development Association of Moorhead, Minn. Berg’s second guest was AADA’s programContinue Reading

Cobber students bring their imagination and storytelling to life Write about the person sitting to your right. He wears glasses. The earpieces hide in short, sandy blond hair. He is a first-year student, but he knows what he wants to do after college: Logan Jorgenson dreams of being an author.Continue Reading

Concordia sophomore Lucas Anderson passed away this past Saturday in his family’s home. Anderson, age 26, was a talented pianist, and his talent was greatly admired by his peers and mentors, namely Dr. Jay Hershberger, Anderson’s private teacher. Anderson is greatly missed, and The Concordian would like to offer ourContinue Reading

Before the adventure, the host families, the bus rides or the plane trip, many Concordia students must organize and plan for their study abroad classes. Each student approaches this differently. Some plan as much as possible beforehand; others take the trip as it comes and change their schedule as theyContinue Reading