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  • Reevaluating teacher evaluations

    About this time every semester, faculty members leave their classrooms for a few minutes to allow students to answer questions about their performance and experiences with the course. While the […]

  • A merry Cobber Christmas

    So Cobbers, it is Christmas break. Many of you are like “what do I get my parents… what do I get anyone!?” Do you just go to the bookstore and […]

  • Christmas time is (almost) here

    For as long as I can remember, I’ve always looked forward to the winter holiday season. It seems like each year as the calendar rolls around to December, the atmosphere […]

  • In support of optimism

    In a week and a half, I’ll be a college graduate. Since this will be my last article for the Concordian, I thought I’d break from my usual format to […]

  • Moe directs choir traffic

    Moe directs choir traffic

    Memorial Auditorium is filled with college musicians as they rehearse for the 2011 Concordia College Christmas Concerts. The opening song begins with four choirs surrounding the crowd. On the second […]

  • Hunger Banquet draws awareness

    Hunger Banquet draws awareness

    Social Justice’s annual Hunger Banquet, which was held Nov. 19, brought students together to learn about and discuss the ever-present issues of hunger and homelessness. The event centered around a […]

  • Photo by Rachel Torgerson. Caulking material and window insulation kits were given away as door prizes at the Student Environmental Association's winterizing demonstration.

    SEA demo helps students stay warm

    Their thermostat reads 64 degrees. As outside temperatures drop, and the dead cold days of winter quickly approach, Concordia students Jen Buchanan and Lauren Tjaden set the thermostat in their […]

  • Photo by Sonja Tinjum. The new Christmas tree featured in the Knutson Campus Center was purchased by the Student Involvement Commission using their own funding.

    SIC buys tree

    A special gift for Concordia College students has been shipped all the way from California to raise holiday cheer. For years, the annual poster sale has brought in excess funds […]

  • Photo by Marisa Jackels. Sophomore Sam Odegard places a sticker on his paper passport at the Burundi table at this year's Pangea festival. Passports helped the visitors remember each booth they visited.

    Pangea festival draws 1400 visitors

    Record numbers were drawn to the mouthwatering aromas of multiethnic cuisine, traditional music of various cultures and booths representing different countries that filled the Hjemkomst Heritage Center on Nov. 12 […]

  • Photo submitted by Kathy Faeth. The Comstock House, located just north of Concordia's campus on Eighth Street, is full of beautiful decorations and interesting history about Moorhead. "There's so much history here," said Betty Priewe, Friends of the Comstock House member.

    Getting to know our neighbors: The Comstock House

    The ornate woodwork and Victorian wallpaper of Moorhead’s Comstock Historic House stand frozen in time, a reminder of the family that once occupied its rooms and corridors. The residence of […]