“Our conservative estimate is that there are 27 million people in slavery today. This means that there are more people in slavery today than at any other time in human history,” according to the Web site of Free the Slaves, a not for profit organization dedicated to eradicating slavery aroundContinue Reading

Spring and summer destinations for the Concordia College Global Education program recently received attention when the U.S. State Department issued a travel alert for Europe. The State Department issued the travel alert Oct. 3 in response to an increased threat of terrorism. The statement was not meant to deter peopleContinue Reading

Kate Gantz felt inspired to help the homeless when a stranger gave her $100. Gantz attended a retreat for Catholic confirmation as a high school sophomore. Every year, the speaker for the event selects one person to receive $100. The person can do whatever he or she wants with theContinue Reading

The Concordia Education Club had an apple party earlier this year, and it was one reason senior Molly Kupper was selected to attend a national education conference. Kupper was one of four Minnesota students chosen to attend the Connections Conference, a national education conference in Orlando, Fla., from Oct. 4Continue Reading

Responsibility and Thanksgiving don’t always go together, but an entrepreneurial Concordia graduate put local, vegetarian-fed, free range turkeys on plates in Dining Services at the annual Thanksgiving dinner last Thursday, Nov. 11. Kelsey Velo, a 2009 graduate of Concordia College, and her family have a commercial turkey farm in Rothsay,Continue Reading

After winning the election by 13 votes with a campaign promise to reconnect your connection, Student Government Association President Erik George and Vice-President Whitney Derks entered the academic year with strong ideas of what they wanted to accompolish. With their new ideas combined with last year’s successful events, SGA intendsContinue Reading

Concordia’s tuition for the 2010-11 academic year is $26,950. Just a few blocks away, Minnesota State University-Moorhead’s tuition for 2010-11 is $6,140. Looking around at the bustling, active campus, it’s easy to see that something still draws students to Concordia. In fact, most seniors at Concordia are satisfied with theirContinue Reading

Peering into the windows of someone’s home is the main focus of the new exhibit sponsored by the Introduction to Digital Photography class taught by Steve Rezac. The new photo exhibit, which will be pitch-black, is currently untitled. It will only be on display to the public during the nightContinue Reading