From orientation to classes, to rehearsals to practice, to activity meetings, the first few weeks of school may seem overwhelming. Luckily, there are multiple resources on campus that aim to provide students with the tools they need to stay mentally healthy. Starting this year, the Counseling and Disability Services department
Hello Cobbers! My name is Anna Weier and I am this year’s editor-in-chief of The Concordian. I wanted to give you a quick introduction and what I aim to do with the The Concordian this year. I am a senior double majoring in environmental studies and heritage and museum studies
The state of politics is in utter disarray. Candidates and leaders on both sides are waging war against one another, and with the impending presidential election, hostilities have only continued to rise. At this point in time, it is of little surprise to anyone that the American public has backed
On Thursday, Sept. 5th, the fourth annual Bridge Bash took place on the Veteran’s Memorial Bridge between Fargo and Moorhead. The street was filled with college students, friends, and family who came together to enjoy the local food trucks, live music, free games, and photo booth provided by Jefferson Lines.
On April 27, located in Concordia’s very own Memorial Auditorium, students and faculty will be joined by the cherubs that comprise the indie pop group, COIN. Packed like sardines in a sweaty tin, I cannot wait to take part in the excitement of this year’s Cornstock. The group formed in
“The purpose of Concordia College is to influence the affairs of the world by sending into society thoughtful and informed men and women dedicated to the Christian life.” The Concordia mission statement is the very threshold on which the college operates, and gives an understanding at the ultimate goal of
As it is, this is the last Concordian of the 2018-2019 school year. That means it’s the last chance I have to play the “Conco Critic” and openly discuss my concerns about Concordia College and its organizations. So far, it’s been a great run. I’ve had a chance to openly
I just watched a seven-hour long video of a train ride. I suppose to be semantically correct I should say that I finished a seven-hour long video of a train ride. I didn’t strap myself to a chair and watch it straight through. I did, however, over the course of
Under 18 but still killing the music game, singer and songwriter Billie Eilish released her first debut studio album on March 29. Her album, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? follows her 2017 EP, Don’t Smile at Me. Don’t Smile at Me proved to be an electropop
We’ve all heard the saying “over-involved Cobbers.” Most of us are one! I know I am. This year alone, I’ve tried my absolute best to balance a butt-load of activities: Campus Events Commission, Residence life, The Concordian, The Concordia Choir, Cabaret, Campus Lights and working the front desk of Hoyum.