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  • ‘America Reads’ helps kids in FM area

    When it comes to literacy in children, the doctor knows best—Dr. Suess, that is. America Reads is a federally funded work-study program started by the Clinton Administration in an effort […]

  • Live responsibly

    If you hadn’t yet known the theme of Concordia’s core curriculum, BREW week ought to have fixed that. Becoming responsibly engaged in the world. The phrase is in almost every […]

  • Class opens dark exhibit

    Peering into the windows of someone’s home is the main focus of the new exhibit sponsored by the Introduction to Digital Photography class taught by Steve Rezac. The new photo […]

  • November 10, 2010

    This week on Concordia On-Air, Brittany and Yaw tell us about the musical Return to the Forbidden Planet, which we will find out more about in our interview with two of the cast members of the musical. Kaia and Tessa tell us with team is headed to the …

  • Election 2010

    By the time this article takes to light, the 2010 elections will have come and gone. It doesn’t always help to speculate about the future, but I’ll wager to future-me […]

  • Blindsided

    Riah Roe, a junior, went online to check his debit card balance in early October, wondering whether a paycheck had been added to his account. Instead of a paycheck, he […]

  • Rallying for reason

    Over the past few weeks, a sense of excitement has grown in the nation’s capital. On the metro, at work, in classes: everyone I talked to had a single favorite […]

  • Social host ordinance in effect in Moorhead

    A new ordinance in Moorhead has the city abuzz with interest; it has appeared in the local newspaper and been talked about on the radio, Sgt. Mike Detloff said. The […]

  • Cobber Nation pumps it up

    Everyone’s seen Cobber Nation on game day: bare chests painted, circling the field with their flags at every touchdown, or shouting cheers about lutefisk and lefse. They may seem silly […]

  • Housing changes stall without student demand

    Each spring, students have their first choice for housing the following year. Freshmen want to live in Brown Hall, sophomores hope to get into Bogstad Manor or Bogstad East, and […]