Everyone’s seen Cobber Nation on game day: bare chests painted, circling the field with their flags at every touchdown, or shouting cheers about lutefisk and lefse. They may seem silly or, on particularly cold days, out of their minds, but Cobber Nation is determined to go out of their way
The alarm buzzes. The clock reads 5 a.m. Jerry Raguse gets up for a long day of work. He takes his time getting ready, pulls his blue Concordia College Facilities Management hooded sweatshirt over his clothes, dons his blue stocking cap, and is ready to go. Day one of eight.
I was born and raised a Minnesota Vikings fan. It’s only natural, then, that I don’t like our chances against the Dallas Cowboys this Sunday. Now, before all you diehards who don your new Brett Favre and Percy Harvin jerseys every Sunday get on my case, let me explain myself.
Concordia seniors Brock Jas and Jeremy Welter, along with chemistry professor Darin Ulness, recently competed in the Northern States natural bodybuilding competition in Elk River, Minn. and brought back several trophies. Jas received first place in the collegiate division and second place in the novice division. Welter received second place