Many people have probably heard the statistic that more than 800,000 federal employees were without work or pay for the last 35 days. But the effects of the shutdown rippled to a group often not mentioned in these statistics — federal interns with those services deemed non-essential. Interns like me,Continue Reading

Art students at Concordia are enthusiastic to participate in a local print-screening exchange for the sixth annual year with Minnesota State University-Moorhead (MSUM) and North Dakota State University (NDSU). The schools traded a collection of prints with each other, which were then sent to a curator who mixed the prints,Continue Reading

By: Tate Hovland Michigan State University. Penn State University. University of Minnesota. Stanford University. Montana University.     These universities are all examples of institutions associated with significant instances of sexual assault and rape. Jon Krakauer, famous author and adventurer recognized this widespread issue of sexual assaults on college campuses, focusingContinue Reading

There are many misconceptions surrounding the Red River, a trademark of the Fargo-Moorhead area. River Keepers, an FM-based nonprofit organization, is working to combat those falsehoods by coordinating projects, educating the community and organizing various events intended to renew public perception and actively engage people with the river. In earlierContinue Reading

“Willkommen! And bienvenue! Welcome!” The opening lines of “Cabaret,” Concordia’s fall musical, invite the audience into the dark underworld of a Berlin nightclub in 1930. On Thursday, Nov. 8, the Concordia theatre department will perform “Cabaret,” a musical created by John Kander, Fred Ebb, and Joe Masteroff. The show isContinue Reading