With graduation just around the corner, many Cobbers are wondering what the future may hold. Some may have grand plans to travel the world for work, but for three Cobber alumni, staying in the Midwest has provided an opportunity to continue collaborating with their college classmates. Margot Peterson ’10, Lauren
Concordia’s own are proving that you are never too young to start your own company. Clever Mukori, a 2017 Concordia College graduate, is launching an online educational services platform called Learn or Teach, where students and teachers can connect in an online learning community. “Learn or Teach is an education
Hundreds of marchers took to the streets of downtown Fargo on Saturday, Jan. 20, carrying signs with messages like “Women’s rights are not up for grabs” and “Time’s Up!” The date marked the second annual Women’s March, building on the activism that arose after President Donald Trump’s inauguration last year.
Concordia’s branch of Active Minds, a national nonprofit organization dedicated to raising mental health awareness among college students, hosted Mental Health Awareness Week on campus this past week. The week was dedicated to highlighting ways to improve one’s mental health, as well as working to combat stigma surrounding those who
Theatre B opened its 15th season on Oct.12 with a new location and an on-stage adaption of George Orwell’s classic dystopian novel, “1984.” Adapted for the stage by Michael Gene Sullivan, “1984” tells the story of Winston Smith, a middle-aged man who has been imprisoned by his tyrannical government of
Art students from seven universities have worked together to compile an exhibit that will debut this Friday, Oct. 6, at the Plains Art Museum in Downtown Fargo. The exhibit and the subsequent print exchange have been coordinated by Amanda Heidt, print studio manager of Hannaher’s Inc. Studio at the Plains
With Valentine’s day happening in the beginning of February, expressing love is a common topic. To capitalize on that mood, many charities take part in Giving Hearts Day on Feb. 9. Giving Hearts Day is an online giving day where charities across North Dakota and western Minnesota receive donations through
FARGO “Tell me what democracy looks like!” “This is what democracy looks like!” In a nation divided by a bitter election season and the recent inauguration of President Donald J. Trump, millions took to the streets Saturday with chants of hope, anger, and unity. The Women’s March on Washington, which
ST PAUL Every Green line on the metro transit station squished hundreds of people in Minneapolis last Saturday morning. People wearing pink, wearing pussy hats and holding signs poured out of the buses, metro lines and taxis at St. Paul College. Individuals joined the mass at the college and marched.