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  • The trouble with TOMS

    Concordia students frequently do great charitable work for the campus community, the Fargo-Moorhead area, and the world, but one philanthropic trend on campus that I don’t understand is the TOMS […]

     
  • Facebook: Both friend and foe

    Late-night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel hosted a “National Defriend Day” for Facebook users on Nov. 17—a day that gives you the freedom to delete the creepers on Facebook who […]

     
  • Dance Fever

    It’s Tuesday afternoon, and miraculously your chemistry class got out a few minutes early. You scoot across the ice to Knutson as quickly as you can because you know the […]

     
  • December 8, 2010

    On our final episode of the semester, Brittany and Yaw tell us about the upcoming finals week. Kaia lets us know how the Cobbers go All American and in A& E we take a sleigh ride with Katie and Leah.  We wish you all safe travels and a Merry Chris…

     
  • Concordia cuts 17 positions, reallocates $1.5 mil

    Concordia College will lose 17 employees in the next year due to a budget reallocation. Since salary and benefits constitute the largest sum in the budget, the reallocation committee comprised […]

     
  • Music Hall or Bust

    It seems that all of Concordia is in the midst of construction and renovation lately. Knutson and Anderson saw their massive overhaul a couple years ago. The Jake is being […]

     
  • The freshman 15

    Upperclassmen: drop that caramel roll and take note. Worry about weight gain does not end with the Freshman 15, according to a new study conducted by Indiana University, Bloomington. The […]

     
  • Cobbers help refugees adjust to life in F-M

    Refugees fleeing war-torn countries have a difficult time communicating and understanding differences in culture and daily life. Concordia students are engaging in service learning activities that help clarify simple activities […]

     
  • Retention rate rises 4-5 points

    Over the past three years, Concordia’s student retention rate for first to second year students has increased from 79-80 percent to 84 percent. “This is a significant increase for any […]

     
  • Dining Services prepares 200 meals daily for Meals on Wheels program

    As Cobbers line up outside Anderson Commons in the morning for waffles and muffins, a few Dining Services employees are busy packaging both hot lunches and extra frozen meals to […]