For more than six years, Concordia’s Maize has offered an eco-friendly service that has gone widely unrecognized and barely utilized: Green To Go containers.  Unlike the disposable containers that are typically dispersed by Concordia’s dining services, these containers are made out of reusable material and are designed to be long-lasting.Continue Reading

On December 7, the Concordia College community learned of the death of Grant Eggers. Eggers died in his home in Bismarck on December 2. Eggers was in his third year at Concordia, and in that time, impacted those who were friends with him, taught him or even had class withContinue Reading

Strained eyes, slumped posture and tired faces: the modern student. Online schooling was an unprecedented learning experience for most Concordia students, but one which all had to endure. From students to staff, the fall semester brought many challenges. However, now entering the spring semester, the campus body knows what it’sContinue Reading

With 2020 being a year of pandemic, protests, elections, excess use of power and debates, it seems necessary to look into what freedom means to members of the Concordia community. As Americans, people are granted certain freedoms by the First Amendment: religion, press, assembly and petition. However, there seems toContinue Reading

For months, there has only been one major topic in politics: the 2020 presidential election. Continuing the honored practice started over 200 years ago, millions of Americans went to the polls on November 3 and cast their vote for the candidate they want to be the next president. Then theyContinue Reading

Most students don’t have the energy to run a marathon. Still, Concordia is now following a schedule that demands students academically get used to the trek. The new schedule excludes a mid-semester break (substituted by a mid-week respite day) and instead extended Thanksgiving and Easter break. It was created inContinue Reading