Photo by Kyle Thiele. A banana candle, shown above, is one of senior Tyler Looysen's Christmas traditions. Typically this "candle" involves lettuce, pineapple, half of a banana, whipped cream and a cherry on top.

New traditions light up the Christmas season

Jingle bells, tinsel and holly light up the Concordia campus, but it’s what Cobbers are doing behind the scenes that set their holiday traditions apart. Whether it’s reading Wuthering Heights […]

 

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  • Photo by Brandon King. Art lovers of all ages wearing all different clothing and costumes flocked to the DK Custom Gallery and Framing at Gallery 14 for the "Crux of the Hollow" Art Show Oct. 14 from 8 p.m. to midnight. This exhibit will be showing in the gallery until Oct. 31.

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  • Photo by Kyle Thiele. Artist and NDSU painting professor Kimble A. Bromley stands in front of his 72" by 144" oil painting on canvas, entitled "In the Beginning." This work is part of Bromley's series based on his favorite book "Moby Dick."

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