Melanie Hoffert, a Concordia graduate, released her memoir “Prairie Silence” last year. On April 5, her book received the Minnesota Book Award for the Memoir and Creative Nonfiction category. Hoffert currently works for Teach for America, a nonprofit, but her book is still a prominent part of her life. What
Students are celebrating student scholarship all day on April 9. This is the first year the Celebration of Student Scholarship is being hosted in a symposium-style format, with concurrent and spotlight sessions. Throughout the day students have been presenting their research around campus, showing to their peers what they have
Members of the Fargo-Moorhead community raised $12,218 during Dance Marathon on Saturday. The money raised will go to Sanford Children’s Hospital in Fargo, which is a member of the Children’s Miracle Network. The Children’s Miracle Network raises money for children’s hospitals across the United States. One of the benefits of
Members of the Campus Entertainment Commission, CEC, are preparing to announce this year’s Cornstock line-up. The announcement that will happen on February 14 is the culmination of a process that began months ago. Picking the Headliner One of the first steps in preparing for Cornstock is picking a headlining band.
This semester, the Carl B. Ylvisaker Library will present some new features to students and the community. The main new feature is the Library Outpost available in the Offutt School of Business and the Knutson Campus Center. The Outpost will be staffed by a reference librarian who is available from
Residents of the EcoHouse have been making some updates lately. Kristina Kaupa, Julia Kuebelbeck, Emily Donovan and Sara Conley, all seniors, live in Concordia’s EcoHouse this year. They have been responsible for making some new changes in the house during its second year. To winterize the house they put plastic