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  • Concordia advances social media efforts for recruitment

    In addition to traditional recruitment promotions like post cards and phone calls, prospective students can also receive information about Concordia from blogs written by current students employed by the Office […]

     
  • Is the Tea Party Racist?

    Three weeks ago, I wrote about why I don’t support the Tea Party. Among my reasons was that it is not inclusive to minorities. After reading Tyler Duggar’s “The Tea […]

     
  • FM’s Extreme Home Makeover

    A 7-year-old girl, “Little Miss USA,” gets her picture taken in a white, jewel-encrusted hard hat. A volunteer shouts “Yee-haw!” as he cuts paving stones for a walkway. A hundred […]

     
  • Concordia research team enters Pepsi Refresh contest

    A collaborative research project between the psychology and biology departments is seeking financial assistance from an atypical source: a carbonated soft drink giant. The research team of Susan Larson, associate […]

     
  • October 13, 2010

    This week Brittany and Yaw give us an Extreme Makeover: Home Edition Update. Kaia and Tessa tell us some of our favorite Cobber cheers and there is big breakup news this week that Katie and Leah will tell us more about in A & E.

     
  • Concordia awarded $500,000 grant

    The National Science Foundation awarded Concordia College a grant worth almost $500,000. Heidi Manning, the division chair of sciences and mathematics and associate professor of physics, received confirmation of the […]

     
  • Slapstick comedy, sex and granny panties

    The first play in the 2010-11 Concordia theater season, “What the Butler Saw,” is a farce written by English playwright Joe Orton. The play begins with a mistake, said director […]

     
  • Stand up to the Republican Party

    It is easy to jump on a bandwagon that is already going full speed, but right now the Democratic Party is struggling through a mud patch. It needs people out […]

     
  • Extreme Makeover: Home Edition

    Fargo-Moorhead residents have volunteered to save the community from floods, but this week volunteers will build a house. A Moorhead family, the Grommeshes, will hear the excited, well-recognized “Move that […]

     
  • 40 days for life

    The 40 Days for Life campaign, which started Sept. 22 and extends until Oct. 31, aims to pray and fast to end abortion. However, people in the community have varying […]