A new Al-Anon group started by Concordia students and open to community members will hold its first meeting on campus tomorrow. As part of a social work methods class taught by professor Laurie Dahley, eight students made an action plan to start the Al-Anon group. Al-Anon aims to support family
Around 40 Concordia students marched in Take Back the Night to raise awareness and spark dialogue on rape and domestic violence on Oct. 1. The Rape and Abuse Crisis Center in Fargo, N.D. teamed up with Concordia’s Student Government Association and Campus Service Commission to march down Broadway in Fargo
A roomful of hands shot into the air when Minnesota legislators asked how many Concordia students in the room were carrying debt. As part of a month-long tour of 18 Minnesota Colleges, Minnesota legislators visited Concordia on Sept. 24 to understand student assets, resources and demographics through individual student stories.
With the recent approval of the Student Secular Community as an official organization, Concordia students have speculated as to whether the Christian group Campus Crusade for Christ will apply to be officially recognized by Concordia College. The group has confirmed that they will not be seeking approval this year. Cru
Family Weekend is a time of introduction between two families. Students arrive on campus and either create, revive or maintain friendships. One month into school, Family Weekend welcomes students’ families to join the campus community to get a sense of student life. Junior Courtney Backen, the chair of Family Weekend,
The sound of hammers and nails filled the air in front of Knutson Saturday morning when, despite the chilly air and threat of rain, approximately thirty students woke up early to make playhouses for Habitat for Humanity. “I am most excited to see the campus organizations working together on this project,”
On August 26, roughly 730 students, 80 Orientation Leaders, and 40 faculty members headed out into the Fargo Moorhead area to participate in the Hands for Change event. This year marked the 20th year that Concordia College incorporated the volunteer program into orientation week. Moriah Nelson, this year’s director of
In the words of Ronald Offutt, “It’s an epic day for Concordia.” Saturday morning, Concordia held the dedication for the Offutt School of Business in front of a crowd of 3,800 people who were there to see Microsoft Co-Founder Bill Gates speak. His talk was preceded with opening comments from