People were lining up outside Concordia College’s atrium doors Halloween night, but it wasn’t for the candy. James Carville and Mary Matalin werebmediated by radio talk show host and author Scott Hennen while they discussed their opposing political views in the Centrum on Oct. 31. The event proved to be
A hesitant voice crackles through the speaker of the Fargo Jet Center. “Fargo tower this is Cessna-N10897 at runway two seven, ready for takeoff.” “Clear.” Freshman Grace Lenhart gives the little white plane full throttle. The dual screens freckled with lights and levers begin to blink as the engine whirs.
Nestled in the heart of Downtown Fargo is Theatre B, a cozy space dedicated to producing plays that are fresh, new and thought-provoking. In conjunction with National Coming Out Week Oct. 9-15, the non-profit theater is presenting “Next Fall,” a contemporary comedy examining faith, homosexuality and the family dynamic. “This
Local radio personality Chris Berg was broadcasting live from the Atrium this morning. Berg is a conservative political talk show host from Fargo’s AM 1100 The Flag. His stop at Concordia was part of a college tour the host is making to visit with students across the area. Berg had
Nationally acclaimed, democratic intellectual Dr. Cornel West spoke to hundreds at Minnesota State University-Moorhead last Friday night, encouraging all to rejuvenate America’s dwindling courage in order to better pursue justice through love. “I hope and pray that I say something that unsettles you,” he said. From that moment, he had
This was the second time in one day Joe Gilmore had been to the Kjos Health Center. He had walked in the first time and asked with confidence, “Can I get a condom?”
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