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

Minnesota state police participated in a campaign to enforce the state’s new Primary Seat Belt Law on Oct. 9 to 22, according to a press release by the Minnesota Department of Public Safety. The release said over 10,000 seat belt citations were issued during the campaign. Seventy-one of the citationsContinue Reading

Starting this year, all Concordia students graduating in 2011 and beyond will need to begin thinking about what they need to do for their senior capstone. The capstones will be the final aspect of the four-part core curriculum that is part of all students’ academic careers. Yet many students doContinue Reading

The Moorhead Area Public Schools operating levy referendum did not pass in the school board special election Nov. 3. According to the District 152 website after the voting polls closed on election night, community members voted no 4,195 to 4,078 yes. Publications released by Independent School District 152 assert thatContinue Reading