President Pamela Jolicoeur, Concordia’s 10th president, suffered a stroke in her home on June 9, 2010. She was sent to the Sanford Palliative Care Unit in Fargo, N.D, where she died. She was 65 years-old. Jolicoeur served Concordia as its president since 2004. During this time she not only definedContinue Reading

“Becoming Responsibly Engaged in the World.” If you haven’t heard that phrase yet, you may have slept through your time at Concordia. BREW-ing is the often mentioned theme and goal of Concordia’s core curriculum. What we need in the world, however, are thoughtful and informed citizens who go beyond engagingContinue Reading

Editor’s Note: This article has been altered from its original publication to correct an error. We apologize to anyone who received incorrect information. For many college writers, the thought of publishing a book may seem a lofty goal. For junior Chelsea Spanier, it’s about to become a reality. “It meansContinue Reading

Concordia recently launched a prioritization process that requires all academic and administrative programs to be thoroughly reviewed and then ranked highest to lowest priority by their respective department or office. The purpose of this process is to determine how to most effectively distribute resources and strengthen Concordia’s appeal to prospectiveContinue Reading

In light of the recent flood, Fargo and Moorhead have been rapidly working on plans for flood diversions for the cities, but the diversions themselves won’t be completed for another 10-12 years. This may seem like a long time, but from the Army Corps of Engineers’ perspective, it is incrediblyContinue Reading

English Professor W. Scott Olsen’s latest book “Never Land: Adventures, Wonder, and One World Record in a Very Small Plane” chronicles Olsen’s flying adventures in a single engine Cessna, including the setting of Olsen’s world record. Olsen holds the world record for the fastest flight, in that type of airplane,Continue Reading

In this week’s show Meg has more information about the Relay for Life event on campus, Erik’s outside for Weather, and we say goodbye to our graduating seniors. It’s our last show of the year, so be sure to check it out to get your Co…

Last week in theatre class, I watched “The Laramie Project.” It is a film based on the play of the same name by Moisés Kaufman and the Tectonic Theatre Project. “The Laramie Project” is a docudrama; it is a the dramatized version of a collection of interviews that members ofContinue Reading