Mona Ibrahim can’t sleep at night. Thousands of miles separate her from the conflict in her homeland, but it weighs heavily on her mind. Her family and her life in Egypt lie in a mangled mess of demonstrations and police brutality. “I never imagined this insanity,” Ibrahim, professor of psychologyContinue Reading

There’s something about students strutting their stuff for charity that sounds like the perfect combination. On March 5, the Public Relations Club will be hosting the second annual fashion show to benefit the women and children of the Fargo YWCA. In addition to modeling clothing donated by local stores, asContinue Reading

It’s a partly cloudy Thursday afternoon and another unbearably chilly day for Moorhead residents as the temperature drops to a steady 10 below. The several inches of snow that have fallen relentlessly since winter began makes stepping outside rather unpleasant to most people, especially for those who must wander aroundContinue Reading

The 2011 Mr. Concordia was crowned at the ceremony which also served as a show in the Centrum on Jan. 22. Contestants in this pageant were judged by answers to two interview questions, their performance of a unique talent and their exhibition of Cobber spirit. Sophomores Aubrey Stromberg and AshleyContinue Reading

Two-and-a-half year old Jason had just received a liver transplant. He had also just received a wish from the Make-A-Wish Foundation of North Dakota. “He could only speak three words. One was mom, one was dad, and one was SpongeBob,” Aj Swenson, senior and Make-A-Wish Foundation intern, said. “Even aContinue Reading