Hand-made breads, organic butternut squash and fresh-picked golden cherry tomatoes were a few of the items sold at the Farmer’s Market in the Knutson Center Atrium last Tuesday evening. The four vendors ranged from Cobbers to a Fargo restaurant. Fresh vegetables were the order of the day, but vendors hadContinue Reading

In this week’s show Meg has more information about the Relay for Life event on campus, Erik’s outside for Weather, and we say goodbye to our graduating seniors. It’s our last show of the year, so be sure to check it out to get your Co…

In this week’s show Tracy and Brittany give us the update of how Concordia is becoming more Green, Meghann and Adam share the latest sports news, and Micki and McKayla fill us in on events going on in the area. Check out the show to get your Conc…

On today’s show we bring you a twist, reporting on the stories that usually go unreported or covered up, such as Squirrel Attacks in News, Ferret Legging in Sports, and in Entertainment we find out if Michael Jackson is still among us. We explore…

In this weeks show we discuss the big event in the Fargo-Moorhead area, the Flood. In News Tracy and Brittany let us know how Concordia students have been helping, as well as the various things that both Fargo and Moorhead have done to prepare for the …

In this weeks show Meg gives us an update about the flood preparations, Toni and Andrew show us how to make yummy treats, and Toni interviews Angela Steffen about her animation piece in the Fargo Film Festival. Plus, Meghann gives us the top 5 Olympic …

On this weeks show Meg gives us the results of the SGA election, Toni and Andrew show us how to make quick and delicious snacks, and in sports Andrew and Adam give us an update on the Olympics. Plus Emily tells us about the launching about the new virt…

In this weeks show we get a review of the Super Bowl in sports as well a look at how Cobbers celebrated the Super Bowl. In addition we have Valentine’s Day ideas from our Hosts, Andrew and Toni. One of the ideas is to see Eurydice, and we have an…