Recent Posts

  • Presidential search update

    The Concordia College community has been waiting for a new president. With sporadic e-mails and a few meetings on campus, the information put out has only briefly mentioned the progress […]

     
  • Slavery Today

    The 2008 film “Taken” is a typical thriller. It has beautiful women, a dramatic kidnapping, and a heroic figure swooping in to save the day. You might even walk away […]

     
  • January 19, 2011

    In our first show of the semester, Suzanne and Renee tell us the latest flood story.  Toni tells us about the rising temperatures in weather. Yaw and Katie tell us which Cobber reached the 100 point milestone and In A & E we find out who is bringi…

     
  • Dangerous Politics

    As you have surely heard by now, on Saturday morning, Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz.) was shot in the head at a meeting with her constituents outside Tuscon. In addition to […]

     
  • Make time for service

    This semester, consider giving your Concordia education a practical application through sustained service in the Fargo-Moorhead community. There are many organizations and entities in the area that could use the […]

     
  • 2011 Tech Predictions

    Last year was a great year for tech. We got the iPad, a slew of new Android phones, Microsoft Kinect, and the first-ever availability of 3D technology to the general […]

     
  • Ou steps down

    Former Dean of Students Raymond Ou formally informed the campus of his resignation in a mass e-mail to the Concordia community on Dec. 14, and on Dec. 20, Bruce Vieweg […]

     
  • Making ‘cents’ of the new year

    Second semester is both exciting and stressful for all college students. We are just getting back from Christmas break where we spent money on gifts for family and friends and […]

     
  • Three resolutions, one house

    This is the time of year when you head to Olson for an afternoon run on the treadmill and find every single exercise machine taken. When the salad line at […]

     
  • Paying it forward

    Children from a local child care center are the subject of this year’s Pay It Forward fundraiser. Pay It Forward started four years ago when State Bank gave each of […]