Students and faculty waited eagerly, grazing on a spread of snacks and soda, for the Concordia College Writer’s Festival event to begin. As the room settled, English professor and event coordinator Vincent Reusch began to speak. Reusch quickly put a rumor to rest regarding a free Corvette, a pony andContinue Reading

“Voices to Vision” is a collection of art from genocide survivors from different parts of the world. The exhibit will be running in the Cyrus M. Running Gallery until September 16. For the exhibit, a team of artists created each piece from the memories and experiences of survivors. Each pieceContinue Reading

The Earth Day Concert’s major obstacle was Fargo-Moorhead’s rather unpleasant weather. That, however, proved insignificant as April 20s weather was suitable for the Symphonic Band to perform outdoors in front of the Frances Frazier Comstock Theatre. “We have had outdoor concerts held before in the summers,” said Nathanial Dickey, directorContinue Reading

On Sunday April 15th, the lights go down in the Fargo Theatre; the audience, comprised of Concordia students, family and community members, excitedly waits to view the short films created by the students of the English Film and Literature Capstone course. The course, which includes students from many majors includingContinue Reading