In this week’s show Tracy and Brittany give us the update of how Concordia is becoming more Green, Meghann and Adam share the latest sports news, and Micki and McKayla fill us in on events going on in the area. Check out the show to get your Conc…

Editor’s note:This article was published as part of an April Fool’s Edition of The Concordian Concordia students have voiced their true feelings about their professors for quite some time via the Web site RateMyProfessors.com. Many students turn to the Web site for guidance when selecting classes during registration. Now, Concordia professorsContinue Reading

Editor’s note:This article was published as part of an April Fool’s Edition of The Concordian A wise man once said, “If you can’t go under, you must go over.” In matters concerning its toilet paper orientation, Concordia fails time and again to heed this sage advice. In bathrooms across campus, itContinue Reading

On today’s show we bring you a twist, reporting on the stories that usually go unreported or covered up, such as Squirrel Attacks in News, Ferret Legging in Sports, and in Entertainment we find out if Michael Jackson is still among us. We explore…

Editor’s note:This article was published as part of an April Fool’s Edition of The Concordian In a controversial decision on Monday, Concordia’s Campus Color Palette Committee decided to paint the statue of Dr. Joseph L. Knutson, currently located in the Knutson Campus Center, a shade of white. The statue, popularly knownContinue Reading

In this weeks show we discuss the big event in the Fargo-Moorhead area, the Flood. In News Tracy and Brittany let us know how Concordia students have been helping, as well as the various things that both Fargo and Moorhead have done to prepare for the …

Concordia students today are familiar with rules about alcohol on campus, intervisitation, and where they can park. What many may not realize is that Cobbers of the past had many more strict rules: according to the archives, they could only wear jeans to one meal a week, could only practiceContinue Reading

Just over one week ago, FirstLink Volunteer Coordinator Sara Lepp sat at a computer in Sandbag Central, surrounded by card tables covered in clipboards, ballpoint pens, and loose sand. Lepp was ready to register sandbag volunteers, but there were only a few trickling in the doors of the City ofContinue Reading