It was a lunch date that started it: the relationship between the nation’s 35th most wealthy individual and Concordia College. On a beautifully blue-skied 70-degree day in April 2010, Concordia hosted an event called “Lunch with a Titan,” which was arranged to introduce local business leaders and politicians to HaroldContinue Reading

MOORHEAD, MN — The Maize, Knutson, Anderson Commons and the Korn Krib will be open normal hours starting Sunday. This update comes after water pipes burst in Knutson around 8:10 p.m. on Friday, triggering alarms in Bishop Whipple and the Knutson Campus Center. Flooding ensued, and standing water plagued theContinue Reading

Student Government Association welcomed three new members after freshman and sophomore class representative elections Tuesday. Freshman representative elects Aashik Olety and Ben Cousins received 155 votes and 125 votes, respectively. Sophomore representative elect Alex Elizárraga received 72 votes, beating candidate Beth Osman by only one vote. “It’s kinda cool toContinue Reading

Ashley Gilles understood the irony of her dinner choice on April 1, 2012. All she wanted was a burger and beer, and a reason to take her mind off of 6 p.m. So she and her roommates drove to Smash Burger. That’s healthy, Ashley thought; while waiting to hear aboutContinue Reading

Business students Christoffer Birch-Jensen and Matt Gantz have been selected as recipients of the first Barry Scholars Endowment. The scholarships, totaling $20,000 each, are a gift from The Barry Foundation. John Barry, the foundation’s chair, is a member of the Offutt School of Business Global Leadership Council. Each year, twoContinue Reading

Right between the business professional and date night categories, Jane Barnstuble won a door prize at the third annual Public Relations Club fashion show. She shrieked and sprang out of her seat when they called her name. The audience laughed, while host – and former “Project Runway” contestant – ChristopherContinue Reading

Faculty Senate approved a change in the course catalogue Monday that now mandates that a minimum of 50 percent of a student’s major requirements be Concordia coursework. The motion carried unanimously. Previously, according to the proposal by the curriculum committee, Concordia’s policy required students to earn at least 28 semesterContinue Reading