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  • Why Occupy Fargo Matters

    You’ve seen them on the news: thousands of fed-up Americans gathering, first at Wall Street, and now all across the nation, united against corporate greed and corruption. A few weeks […]

     
  • Strong Alone, Fearless Together

    This article was submitted by Erin Prochnow, YWCA Cass-Clay Executive Director. Violence of every kind is sent out across newsprint, television and computer monitors, radio airwaves and cell phone screens […]

     
  • Am I Addicted to Technology?

    I rely on technology every day. I use digital calendars and reminders to keep my life in order with my smartphone so they’re always close at hand. I stay engaged […]

     
  • Viewpoints

    In which we ask the intrepid opinions writers this week’s burning question: What do you think of MTV’s “The Jersey Shore?”   “The pitiable humans we call guidos and guidettes […]

     
  • October 19, 2011

    October 19 Happy Halloween Cobbers!  On this Halloween episode of Concordia On-Air Sam and Maddie tell us about the desperate need for photographers.  Emily tells us how the weather is going to be over our mid semester break. In Sports, Yaw and Hanna…

     
  • Speech team captures first place at weekend tournament

    The Concordia College speech team placed first overall at the Bill Robertz Invitational tournament Sunday, Oct., 16 at Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, Minn. Alexander MacArthur won the individual […]

     
  • Stock Photo. Junior and senior nursing students will administer flu vaccines for $20. Food and door prizes will be available.

    Students to run Flu Clinic

    Amidst music and classmates, the Concordia College nursing students will take “hands-on” to a whole new level on Oct. 17 and 18 as they administer flu shots for a community […]

     
  • Photo submitted by Herb Morgenthaller. The class of 1961 and their families participates in the Homecoming parade. This Homecoming, the class will celebrate its 50th reunion.

    Class of ’61 Returns for 50th Reunion

    During opening commencement in 1956, former President Joe Knutson named the freshman class with a title that would become their claim to fame. “President Knutson said it,” said class member […]

     
  • Photo by Brandon King. Patti Sue Arnold, founder of an orphanage in Shell, Ecuador, tells a crowd of Concordia College students about her mission and the work of recent Cobber volunteers. A group of up to 28 students will travel to Ecuador over spring break.

    Cobbers Help Orphans in Ecuador

    This article was written by Kayla Culver, a contributing author for The Concordian. Last summer and last spring break, Concordia students traveled to Ecuador to volunteer at Case De Fe, […]

     
  • Photo by Kyle Thiele. This photo, titled "Woman with Hat & Hook" is one of many from the "African Soul, American Heart" exhibit currently beig shown at the Hjemkomst Center in Moorhead. The photos were taken by Debra Dawson, a Fargo native who traveled to Duk Payuel in South Sudan.

    ‘African Soul, American Heart’ Brings Duk Payuel to Moorhead

    Fargo native Debra Dawson began her journey to Duk Payuel in South Sudan, Africa, after an unlikely encounter with Joseph Akol Makeer, a Lost Boy of Sudan. Joseph fled genocide […]