Public officials recently applied the label “polar vortex” to describe severe weather conditions sweeping across the U.S. Record-low temperatures caused hundreds of Midwest colleges to cancel classes and close facilities, leading to numerous difficulties for students — both at Concordia College and other institutions. From health risks due to theContinue Reading

On Oct. 5, North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum awarded Concordia College alum and former U.S. secret service agent Clint Hill with the Theodore Roosevelt Rough Rider Award, the state’s highest accolade for its citizens. The award honors present and former North Dakotans who have made great achievements in their fields,Continue Reading

On Halloween night, posters stating “It’s ok to be white,” appeared around Concordia’s campus. Although they have since been removed, students and the community are still trying to make sense of the incident. The signs, cited as racist and bigoted by multiple students, were spotted on lamp posts, residence halls,Continue Reading

On March 13 and 14, Concordia students, both international and Minnesota natives, voluntarily visited Washington D.C. for National Advocacy Day to talk to their legislators about issues concerning the international community. National Advocacy Day is an event organized by the Association of International Educators that grants college students across theContinue Reading