This winter and spring the Concordia sponsored program F/M Communiversity plans to offer 29 college-like classes without homework or tests to community members. People of all ages and backgrounds can attend. F/M Communiversity, which combines the words community and university, started in 1965 when Rev. Loren Halvorson from the AmericanContinue Reading

In the last two years the reality show “Extreme Couponing” has shown how people save hundreds of dollars on groceries and other items. While this show may be fun to watch, for most people, using that many coupons isn’t practical. “I think people are unaware or lazy,” sophomore Emilie BowmanContinue Reading

It is the time of year when students have to make decisions about studying abroad. With the usual thoughts of where to go and what is available in mind, the Office of Global Education hosted the Global Education Showcase Jan. 31 to answer those and other questions. This showcase isContinue Reading

The atmosphere was electrifying, the energy palpable, as Kendal Black of the Office of Student Success and Retention Services stood facing her opponent, President William Craft, at the fourth annual Rock Paper Scissors Tournament on Jan. 23 in the Centrum. The two figures loomed large, center stage, a bright lightContinue Reading

Kroll’s Diner of Fargo, popular with college students because of “Shakey Mondays,” their two-for-one milkshake deal on Monday nights, has recently chosen two new “Kroll’s Ladies” for their advertising campaign. The Kroll’s Ladies have been the face of Kroll’s Diner for over 10 years, appearing in television commercials and onContinue Reading

By day, professors Russ Peterson and Nat Dickey roam the corridors of Hvidsten Hall. They teach classes, help students in private lessons and conduct ensembles. By night, however, they play to a different tune as they take the stage with their band, Post Traumatic Funk Syndrome. “We love to play,”Continue Reading