Cobbers Provide Flood Relief

Cobbers Provide Flood Relief

From a distance, it might have been mistaken for a wall of mud. But step closer and hear the hum of the sump pump hose, see the dismal brown yard […]


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  • Photo by Rachel Webster. Retired Secret Service Agent Clint Hill recollects his role the day President John F. Kennedy was shot. His return to campus was the first in 50 years.

    Ex-Secret Service Agent Returns to Alma Mater

    Clint Hill, retired Secret Service agent and 1954 graduate, returned to campus Wed., Oct. 12 for the first time in 50 years. In a public talk he detailed the events […]

  • Speech team captures first place at weekend tournament

    The Concordia College speech team placed first overall at the Bill Robertz Invitational tournament Sunday, Oct., 16 at Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, Minn. Alexander MacArthur won the individual […]

  • Photo submitted by Herb Morgenthaller. The class of 1961 and their families participates in the Homecoming parade. This Homecoming, the class will celebrate its 50th reunion.

    Class of ’61 Returns for 50th Reunion

    During opening commencement in 1956, former President Joe Knutson named the freshman class with a title that would become their claim to fame. “President Knutson said it,” said class member […]

  • Photo by Rachel Webster. Steve Schuetz, vice president for Enrollment, began his term at Concordia in July.

    Schuetz Takes Reins As New VP

    Steve Schuetz, hired last July as Concordia’s vice president of Enrollment, first came to campus with no intention to stay for long. After a friend who worked at a search […]

  • Submitted Photo. Star Tribune Senior Book Editor Laurie Hertzel.

    Writers To Visit Campus

    The 2011 Writer’s Festival will begin next Wednesday, Oct. 5 when three award-winning writers from the Twin Cities area visit campus classrooms. Poet Tim Nolan, author of “The Sound of […]

  • Photo Submitted by Office of Alumni Relations. Junior Alex Loveland and her family pose with Kernel at the 2010 Family Weekend. Although no formal program exists for Cobbers without family for the weekend, many students join their friends' families or spend the weekend with their friends.

    Family-less Family Weekend

    Their outing to the Moorhead Buffalo Wild Wings was a spur of the moment thing. Sophomore Dan Coolie and five of his freshman-year floor mates started a family tradition last […]

  • Submitted Photo. Cølum McCann, author of "Zoli," commenced the Symposium with his address "Making the Darkness Visible: The Necessity of Optimism."

    McCann returns to campus

    Cølum McCann, author of the summer book read, “Zoli,” encouraged students in a packed Memorial Auditorium Tuesday to reconsider the power of art. It has the possibility, he said during […]

  • Colum McCann Opens Symposium

      Colum McCann, author of the summer book read, “Zoli,” opened the 2011 Symposium by calling on Concordia students to tell the stories that might get us in trouble. “In […]

  • Navigating the lunch rush

    Navigating the lunch rush

    Five simple tips to surviving the Maize on Tuesdays and Thursdays