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  • Banner system brings new possibilities to Concordia’s campus

    In the fall of 2006, Bruce Vieweg came to Concordia’s campus as a consultant of the current operating system, Legacy. After that meeting, Vieweg made suggestions to the president’s cabinet; […]

     
  • Obama’s Inauguration

    On Jan. 20, I was one of the 1.8 million people that covered the National Mall in Washington D.C. to witness the inauguration of the 44th president of the United […]

     
  • Go far in 2009

    Flat, fast, friendly, and fun. 2009 will be the fifth year of the Fargo marathon and several members of the Concordia community are gearing up for the May 9 races […]

     
  • Presidential Inauguration creates history

    Obama was elected the 44th president of the United States. History will be made once again on Jan. 20, 2009, with the beginning of Obama’s term in office. “I feel […]

     
  • Unique teaching

    Dr. Marcus Borg, an American biblical scholar, author, and former Cobber, presented a lecture Dec. 4 entitled “Telling the Story of Jesus Today” for Religion 100 students and the community. […]

     
  • The Gaming Club

    Video games, computer games, card games, board games, and even foam weapons games. Where can a Cobber find all of this fun? The Concordia Gaming Club meets every Thursday night […]

     
  • Tree makes big appearance

    The Capitol Christmas Tree, also called “The People’s Tree,” made a stop in Fargo on Nov. 13 on its trip to the front yard of the United States Capitol in […]

     
  • Veterans Day brings back old memories

    Veterans Day is a holiday celebrated each year by Americans who live all over the world. This year, many Concordia students and faculty members took time to think back on […]

     
  • Cobber bodybuilders successful at Northern States competition

    Concordia seniors Brock Jas and Jeremy Welter, along with chemistry professor Darin Ulness, recently competed in the Northern States natural bodybuilding competition in Elk River, Minn. and brought back several […]

     
  • ‘Obsession’ panel stirs controversy

    A panel discussion at NDSU on Oct. 30 entitled “Obsession: Radical Islam’s War against the West” brought together the topics of Islamophobia, or intolerance of Islamic people, and xenophobia, or […]