Students share their struggle with gluten For many students on campus, a world of discomfort lurks around every gluten-containing corner. Junior Jadi Prante and senior Colin Sullivan are part of the 30 or so students at Concordia who must be vigilant about what they are eating. Prante is diagnosed withContinue Reading

A list of Concordia campus mainstays — the bell tower, the Concordia Choir, Kernel Cobb — is not complete without the inclusion of Maize fries. According to junior Katie Ahlstrom, a Maize student manager, Maize fries are the most popular item at the Maize. Below are the results of someContinue Reading

Proposals to create more productive landscaping are underway This time next year, Concordia students could be celebrating fall with fresh produce from campus bushes. Landscaping on Concordia’s campus could become edible if a Concordia garden intern’s proposals are accepted. John Stelter, a garden intern from this past summer, believes theContinue Reading

Kaia MillerKaia Miller is a senior majoring in communication studies and multimedia journalism. She came to Concordia planning to major in vocal performance, but after a semester discovered her interests ran in a different direction. With a suggestion from her mom to try communication, she realized her passion for journalismContinue Reading

Sun Mart hosts weekly sale of 20-cent chocolate chip cookies Every Tuesday, the Moorhead grocery store Sun Mart offers a sale that has been cherished by locals young and old for decades. This local phenomenon is known as Cookie Tuesdays. On this day, generously-portioned chocolate chip cookies are sold forContinue Reading

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Long before the new Offutt School of Business building was conceptualized, a different business-related idea was a-brewing at Concordia. According to Greg Cant, dean of OSB, the concept of a student-run business at Concordia was first suggested about four years ago by Scheels CEO Steve D. Scheel during a meetingContinue Reading

Senior Hannah Johnson recently partnered with Tracy Briggs, host of “The Great Indoors,” for a cooking show on the InForum website. Johnson’s interest in cooking and baking began as a way to spend time with her grandma Sonja. This interest has turned into a passion that was the inspiration forContinue Reading

Coughs, sneezes and sniffles are not uncommon sounds in the classroom during winter at Concordia. Although the influenza scare may be almost over, maintaining good health is still a constant battle for college students, who are surrounded by germs. With New Year’s Resolutions struggling to be upheld, many people areContinue Reading

One of the most important facets of a Concordia College education is to train students to become responsibly engaged in the world. Cobbers are constantly being prepared to become global citizens politically, religiously and culturally. One thing that students can use to be become more globally aware is food. CobbersContinue Reading