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  • Photo by Olivia Gear. Junior Marty Peterson, senior Christopher Damlo, and junior Anna Sell act out their parts during practice of the first play of the year on campus: The Foreigner. This is Director Jim Cermak's last year directing and teaching at Concordia, so all of the shows this season are shows he has done before to pay homage to his theatrical career here.

    “The Foreigner” Opens Season of Tribute

    Immigration and the status of foreigners have long been issues of importance in the nation. Given the significance of this topic for many on campus, perhaps it should come as […]

     
  • Photo by Matt Hansen. Sigurd F. Olson's "Reflections from the North Country" explores the beauty of the Minnesotan wilderness. Sigurd has written over nine books, but most of the writings this collection contains were meant to sway government officials in hearings about the importance of preserving nature.

    Sigurd Offers Insight Into Nature

    There are some people who believe Minnesota has only two—albeit unequally distributed—seasons: hot and humid summer and nostril-freezing winter. But here in the Red River Valley, we acknowledge two short-lived […]

     
  • Theatre B, SAGA Events Planned for Coming Out Week

    Nestled in the heart of Downtown Fargo is Theatre B, a cozy space dedicated to producing plays that are fresh, new and thought-provoking. In conjunction with National Coming Out Week […]

     
  • Cobbers Debate Politics on Local Radio Show

    Local conservative political talk show host Chris Berg brought his program to Concordia when he broadcasted live from the Atrium last Thursday morning. Berg is a radio host from Fargo’s […]

     
  • Composer Shares Experience with Creativity

    Last week, Libby Larsen, music composer and Grammy Award winner, visited Concordia to share her experience in creativity. Larsen spent her residency here, rehearsing her music with players and attending […]

     
  • All of a Sudden… Facebook Matters

    For years we’ve used Facebook to update our friends, families and “the hot chick we met at that one party” with anecdotes detailing the minutia of our day-to-day lives. Favorite […]

     
  • TV Land

    Friday night, eight o’clock and I’m waiting for a show to start up that I will watch again. Hi Cobbers, here I am, a TV obsessed individual. When I was […]

     
  • Keeping The Door Shut

    Facebook never ceases to amaze me. No, I’m not talking about its distraction abilities, or wonderful applications like FarmVille. I’m talking about its connection potential. Facebook gives us a chance […]

     
  • Steve Jobs, Apple founder, dies at 56

    Apple founder and former CEO, Steve Jobs, died tonight at age 56. Apple’s official statement: CUPERTINO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– “We are deeply saddened to announce that Steve Jobs passed away today. […]

     
  • October 5, 2011

    October 5 This week on Concordia On-Air Sam and Heather tell us how to get more information about studying abraod here at Concordia. In sports Yaw and Hannah tell us about the Cobbers on the road victory. And Logan and Fredrik in A & E are getting …