It’s homecoming at Concordia. This week, the college welcomes alumni, parents, and friends to campus to celebrate our past. As a college best known for the Cobber ring—a staple on every third-year and above student and alum—we take Homecoming pretty seriously. From having a “real” Coronation ceremony to the bonfire,Continue Reading

To President Craft and the Concordia College Community, I write this letter today as a recent graduate of Concordia, adjusting to the realities of reluctant adulthood. I see the pictures of the beginning of the year and I feel like I should be there-—leading a club through those first fewContinue Reading

Call it a homecoming of sorts. Two people graduated college and left to pursue their careers in different places, and two separate job openings brought them back to the place where they started. Peter Haberman and Michael Culloton graduated from Concordia College just one year apart from each other. HousedContinue Reading

We have a life of choice. Little girls in America might prefer a red dress over a pink one, or a Blow Pop over a Tootsie Pop, but Haitian children don’t understand the difference, according to Joanna Thiele, class of 1997 and the 2012 Sent Forth Award recipient. “They haveContinue Reading

Her Cobber ring sits in a glass dish, unworn. The golden “C” in a rectangular ruby surrounds “05,” the year Jade Rosenfeldt graduated from Concordia College. Now an attorney at Vogel Law Firm in Fargo, N.D., Rosenfeldt doesn’t wear her ring. Each year, hundreds of juniors and a handful ofContinue Reading

The end of any typical fall semester at Concordia is filled with many things, from the Christmas Concerts to the stress of final examinations. December can feel like a race to the finish, as students scramble to put final touches on papers and cram in last-minute study sessions. However, forContinue Reading

Brandon Huether and Anna Hagen, the masterminds behind this year’s homecoming t-shirt designs and many other graphic designs on campus, are 2010 Concordia graduates still at work behind the scenes at Concordia. Huether and Hagen both graduated with degrees in graphic design and are working at Old Lutheran in Moorhead,Continue Reading