It was a lunch date that started it: the relationship between the nation’s 35th most wealthy individual and Concordia College. On a beautifully blue-skied 70-degree day in April 2010, Concordia hosted an event called “Lunch with a Titan,” which was arranged to introduce local business leaders and politicians to HaroldContinue Reading

Bill Gates will speak in Memorial Auditorium on April 27 for the dedication of the Grant Center, home of the Offutt School of Business. Gates is a co-founder of Microsoft and co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, which addresses global challenges such as poverty, healthcare and education. PresidentContinue Reading

She calls it her “rad school search.” What most see as a stressful–and often expensive–graduate school search process, she has turned into a friendly competition. Laura Pancoast, along with four other senior vocal performance majors, is busy with the frenzy of activity caused from applying to graduate schools. After herContinue Reading

On the morning of January 21, while the first family of the United States was hurried from place to place in preparation for their second inaugural address, Kjersten Bratvold sat in the orange seats of Jones 212 listening to an anatomy lecture about metabolism and energetics. Bratvold, a sophomore atContinue Reading

Gun control issues have had people buzzing since the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School. Some college presidents, including Concordia’s, have signed an open letter addressing gun safety. President Craft found out about the letter through an email and now more than 300 college presidents have signed. He says heContinue Reading

Miss North Dakota may not have won the hearts of the Miss America judges this year, but she made her alma mater proud. Rosie Savageau, a 2010 graduate of Concordia College and Miss North Dakota 2012, represented her fellow Cobbers in Las Vegas, Nev. on Jan. 12 at the MissContinue Reading