Students who have spent time in either of Concordia’s science buildings, Ivers or Jones, know they’ve been around for the while–since 1967 and 1980, respectively. Their age shows when you look at the cracks in the cement floor, or the outdated laboratories and research spaces. Faculty and students agree it’sContinue Reading

Editor’s note: This story is part of The Concordian’s series on sexuality at Concordia. A name in this story has been changed to respect the wishes of one of the people identified. Brandon and Chris sat on the couch in Brandon’s room. Brandon had invited Chris, his new friend, toContinue Reading

The laptop debate: Are they needed in class? The Communication Studies and Theatre Art department has discussed whether or not to ban laptops in the classroom, according to Aileen Buslig, associate professor and chair of the CSTA department. “There was a strong leaning toward having a department policy,” Buslig said.Continue Reading

Homecoming 2010 is not a typical homecoming. Concordia favorites, like the bonfire, concert, and football game, are still a part of the tradition, but the Homecoming Committee has added or altered activities that highlight this year’s theme, “Cultivate, Celebrate, Cherish.” To cultivate new experiences, the Homecoming Committee created the “HomecomingContinue Reading

Concordia College held a press conference to release new information about the much anticipated naming of the School of Business and details about the plan for the new addition to the college. Students, faculty, administrators and Fargo-Moorhead area journalists filled the standing room-only Morrie Jones Conference Center on Sept. 23Continue Reading

After years of working on impressive resumes, it is easy to overlook the importance of learning how to impress in person, and at the “Interviewing Skills that Lead to Offers” workshop, Concordia Career Center’s Assistant Director Sue Zern helped students prepare. There are major deal-breakers and key tips for interviewingContinue Reading

Hand-made breads, organic butternut squash and fresh-picked golden cherry tomatoes were a few of the items sold at the Farmer’s Market in the Knutson Center Atrium last Tuesday evening. The four vendors ranged from Cobbers to a Fargo restaurant. Fresh vegetables were the order of the day, but vendors hadContinue Reading

While working on updating and expanding the parking lot by the Jake Christensen Stadium, contractors, engineers and college administrators had a startling discovery: a large but unknown number of preserved trees buried beneath the soil. There are a few different theories about how the trees were buried deep in theContinue Reading

It’s still the beginning of the school year, and as you look around campus it’s easy to tell who the freshmen are. They’re the ones wandering around the bell tower aimlessly, looking lost, forgetting that if they use the glass doors in Anderson Commons the alarm will go off, orContinue Reading