In light of the recent flood, Fargo and Moorhead have been rapidly working on plans for flood diversions for the cities, but the diversions themselves won’t be completed for another 10-12 years. This may seem like a long time, but from the Army Corps of Engineers’ perspective, it is incrediblyContinue Reading

Just over one week ago, FirstLink Volunteer Coordinator Sara Lepp sat at a computer in Sandbag Central, surrounded by card tables covered in clipboards, ballpoint pens, and loose sand. Lepp was ready to register sandbag volunteers, but there were only a few trickling in the doors of the City ofContinue Reading

This season, the Fargo Marathon will be teaming up with the National Multiple Sclerosis Society to raise money and awareness for multiple sclerosis research. The disease causes the immune system to attack myelin, the fatty sheath that protects the connections between nerve cells, and can break down nervous system functionContinue Reading

Connie Peterson is stateside now, but her thoughts are still with the people she left behind in Haiti. After four days of emergency medical care, carrying people through rubble, and being evacuated through streets so muddy they were nearly impassable, she may be home but she’s not at peace. “I’veContinue Reading

Campus Entertainment Commission will be hosting the fourth annual Concordia Health Fair on Jan. 27. The health fair will focus on six main areas of wellness: physical, emotional, spiritual, environmental, intellectual, and occupational. This year, the health fair will feature 34 separate organizations, including a dozen on-campus organizations and aContinue Reading