Bruce Vieweg, who came to Concordia in April of 2007 as Chief Information Officer and Associate Provost, now has another job to add to his long title: Interim Dean of Students. Vieweg, one of six children, grew up in Massachusetts and went on to get a bachelor’s degree in musicContinue Reading

Tomorrow morning, Sarah Kjorlien will bundle up to face the frigid temperatures in Moorhead and run three miles. Halfway around the world in the much warmer Czech Republic, her sister is also running three miles. Coincidence? Not so much. This routine has been going on for almost eight months. TwoContinue Reading

Today, fellow students, I offer you a challenge. If you do not like the opinions you see on this page, write your own. The Concordian accepts submissions from all students, so take some time, think about what is important to you and submit a letter or column via the onlineContinue Reading

Last week, Patrick Ross wrote about how confusing the parking system at Concordia. As a solution to the problem, he proposed that Parking Services start charging for parking and remove designations from student lots, so all students could park in all lots. I would argue that our parking system isContinue Reading

This week, we look forward to finding out about our music filled weekend in news with Renee and Suzanne.  Toni gives us more flood updates in weather.  Katie and Yaw tell us about the Cobber hockey team’s hot streak and in A & E Leah and Fr…

For the five Lund brothers, it’s one of the few times a year when they can all get together and recall the good old days, eat a home-cooked meal with their retired parents—and see if they can still clear the pole vault bar. The occasion was the annual alumni trackContinue Reading

The 2011 Mr. Concordia was crowned at the ceremony which also served as a show in the Centrum on Jan. 22. Contestants in this pageant were judged by answers to two interview questions, their performance of a unique talent and their exhibition of Cobber spirit. Sophomores Aubrey Stromberg and AshleyContinue Reading

As my friends and I were eating dinner and venting at DS after a particularly obnoxious jazz rehearsal, I noticed something that would have surprised me had I heard it before I came to college. We were complaining about Concordia’s free parking. Just so you understand, I am not aContinue Reading

It’s very rare that I get to write an editorial addressed to one person. In fact, I never do it. This week, though, things happened that made it nigh irresponsible to not write such an editorial. I won’t go into details as to what this is about, but the personContinue Reading

Hey, You. Log off your Facebook, cease the tweeting, and power down your texting machine for about five minutes; I’ve got something I want you to hear (or read…I guess). If you are somewhere between 0 and 27 years old, or thereabout, you just may be part of what I’veContinue Reading