Having to buy a new laptop or smartphone can get really expensive, especially on a college student’s budget. One Cobber grad may have the business that is the solution to those problems. Rylan Drake, a 2019 Concordia graduate with a degree in International Business, recently opened his own business Red
With the 2020 election quickly approaching, young people are starting to make decisions about how they’re going to be voting. While deciding who our next president will be is what many voters are focused on, the Minnesota Democratic-Farmer-Labor (DFL) party is reaching out to young voters on a local scale.
For 73 years, the Fargo Moorhead Community Theatre has produced varied performances and educational opportunities for the community. This fall, they will be telling the story of Sweeney Todd: a barber seeking revenge. The show will run be Oct. 18-20, 24-27, 31 and Nov. 1 on the Stage at Island
Earlier this afternoon, the Concordia Student Government Association Executive Team released a statement regarding the position of Vice President. The statement is below. “Danna Salinas Morales will no longer be serving as the Vice President of SGA due to her decision to take a leave from Concordia this semester. As
“Education is a basic human right, yet those who need education the most – children living in poverty – are the least likely to attend and complete school,” according to the website for the organization buildOn. Jim Ziolkowski, founder, president and CEO of buildOn and best-selling author of “Walk in
Every summer, students travel out to Seven Blackfoot Ranch, located about two hours from Jordan, Montana, to spend two weeks searching the land for fossils. The ranch is located on the Hell Creek Formation, an intensively-studied area where researchers have found fossils of sea creatures and land animals alike. The
Students at Concordia are likely to look forward to an informative experience at this year’s Faith, Reason, and World Affairs Symposium. The event’s headline is titled “Speech: Freedom vs. Responsibility?” and will be presented between Sept. 17-19th, where students will have multiple opportunities to engage in dialogues concerning the state