Ross’s Four Point Play: Your guide to NCAA basketball

Ross’s Four Point Play: Your guide to NCAA basketball

There is nothing quite as satisfying for a sports fan than the month of March. The NBA playoff picture is taking shape, the MLB season is right around the corner, […]

 

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    Remembering 100 years of Concordia College football

    The 1981 Concordia football team did not lose. The Cobbers did not lose in the regular season, nor did they lose in the playoffs. Furthermore, when the Maroon and Gold […]

     
  • Cobbers can, and should, voice concerns to SGA

    Cobbers can, and should, voice concerns to SGA

    As Cobbers we will spew our political efficacy left and right during national elections, but what we fail to realize is that our civic duty doesn’t stop at the ballot […]

     
  • Fowzia Adde, executive director of Immigrant Development Center, speaks to a crowd at the HB 1427 rally. Photo by Kaley Sievert.

    ‘This is my town, I belong here’

    Fargo rallies against HB 1427 to support refugees and New Americans In light of recently proposed legislation, the majority of the Fargo-Moorhead community has been shocked and heartbroken. North Dakota’s […]

     
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    Men’s hockey midseason update, 5th in conference

    With four games remaining in the regular season, the playoff push is in full effect for the Concordia College Men’s Hockey team. The Cobbers are 12-8-1 overall and are currently […]

     
  • New year, new alcohol policy

    New year, new alcohol policy

    The Board of Regents passed a new alcohol policy this spring, officially changing Concordia’s status as a dry campus to a wet campus. While federal and state laws still apply […]

     
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    Winter sports are coming

    The trees are bare, the air is brisk and daylight is fleeting. To quote Eddard Stark and Randy Marsh, “Winter is coming.” For Concordia’s wrestlers, swimmers, divers, ballers, and hockey […]

     
  • Homelessness in Fargo-Moorhead

    Homelessness in Fargo-Moorhead

    Cobbers reach out of the Concordia bubble to give a helping hand A string of orange garland lines the door to Churches United for the Homeless, while grinning Jack-o-Lanterns cling […]

     
  • YAL joins campus political groups in time for election

    YAL joins campus political groups in time for election

    Concordia’s Young Americans for Liberty chapter is looking to start discussions and engagement among students, and are making themselves known on campus through their active presence. According to their webpage, […]

     
  • A bulletin board demonstrates a handful of students that have graduated from the Skills Development Project. Photo by Aubrie Odegaard.

    Job training creates stronger workforce

    The website of Cardinal Glass Industries states their mission is to provide the highest quality glass products for residential windows. With over 6,000 employees nationwide, they are able to create […]