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  • Students turn classroom into a restaurant

    Students turn classroom into a restaurant

    The scenery changes in Jones 364 every week. Last week, the room was a ski lodge on the great slopes of Moorhead. Hats and mittens hung by the doorway, and […]

     
  • Inquiry class inspires snow fortress

    Inquiry class inspires snow fortress

    It’s a partly cloudy Thursday afternoon and another unbearably chilly day for Moorhead residents as the temperature drops to a steady 10 below. The several inches of snow that have […]

     
  • Don’t look back

    Don’t look back

    The old saying goes, you’re supposed to have a short memory in athletics. That applies to mistakes as well as successes; the idea that one needs to accept the moment, […]

     
  • Pops and Popcorn

    Pops and Popcorn

    The Concordia Symphonia and Orchestra filled Memorial Auditorium with music during the Pops and Popcorn Concert on Jan. 29. The music ensembles played familiar orchestral selections and surprised the audience […]

     
  • Photo by Hanna Stevens

    Flamenco Vivo

    Stepping into Memorial Auditorium the night of Jan. 26 was like stepping into a whole other country—Spain, to be specific. The Flamenco Vivo dancers from New York spun, stomped and […]

     
  • Hitting for a cause

    Prexy’s Pond was uncovered on Sunday for the first annual boot hockey tournament, hosted by the cobber women’s hockey team. The tournament, which pitted teams of 4-6 people against each […]

     
  • Editorial

    A lot has been said this week about the issue of the Computer Science program being phased out. Some claim this is an absolutely unforgivable act by the Concordia administration, […]

     
  • Speaker ‘unmasks Ex-Gay myth’

    Wayne Besen was walking through a store with his parents when they saw a stand selling tapes with the sign “Gay and Unhappy?” “That’s you!” his parents said. “But I’m […]

     
  • The Cost of Awareness

    So here’s what I’m thinking. America’s got too many czars now. Why in the world did we pick the term “czar?” Could you think of anything more ominous, scary, and […]

     
  • Image from lonelyplanet.com

    Egypt Goes Black

    On the afternoon of Jan 28th, almost all Internet traffic in Egypt stopped. Nothing was coming in or going out. Citizens were left with no access to vital communication sources, […]