Presidential Inauguration creates history

Obama was elected the 44th president of the United States. History will be made once again on Jan. 20, 2009, with the beginning of Obama’s term in office. “I feel […]

 

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  • Tree makes big appearance

    The Capitol Christmas Tree, also called “The People’s Tree,” made a stop in Fargo on Nov. 13 on its trip to the front yard of the United States Capitol in […]

     
  • ‘Obsession’ panel stirs controversy

    A panel discussion at NDSU on Oct. 30 entitled “Obsession: Radical Islam’s War against the West” brought together the topics of Islamophobia, or intolerance of Islamic people, and xenophobia, or […]

     
  • Our founding fathers

    Oct. 31, 2008 is more than just Halloween for Cobbers. It is also Reformation Day at Concordia, marking the 117th anniversary of the college’s opening in 1891. Almost 120 years […]

     
  • Blasts from the Concordian’s past

    While homecoming weekend brought many Cobber alumni back to campus, several of them stopped by The Concordian office to tell about how it used to be. The Concordian hosted a […]

     
  • What’s up with parking?

    Parking has been an issue for many years at Concordia, and the situation continues to worsen as enrollment increases and more vehicles arrive on campus. The school now has around […]

     
  • Festival provides new insight to the world of writing

    The Visiting Writer’s Festival took place Oct. 1-3. This is the 10th year of the festival, and the first event was a public reading by Alicia Conroy, Jude Nutter and […]

     
  • Eco-seminar

    This spring break, many Concordia students will take their education outside of the classroom by going on exploration seminars to far-off locales. However, Dr. Gretchen Harvey and Dr. Joy Lintelman […]