Not too many people knew about global warming before Former Vice President Al Gore premiered “An Inconvenient Truth.” Climate change research was something that was reserved for elites in the sciences and environmental fields. Gore successfully used the platform of being a well-known political figure to convey scientific findings toContinue Reading

Kernel Cobb represented Concordia at the 4th Annual Salvation Army Mascot Challenge on Saturday Dec. 3. The battle for the highest amount of donations took place in Scheels-Fargo between the Kernel, Thundar from North Dakota State University and Scorch from Minnesota State University Moorhead. According to gocobbers.com, “The mascots fromContinue Reading

Social Justice’s annual Hunger Banquet, which was held Nov. 19, brought students together to learn about and discuss the ever-present issues of hunger and homelessness. The event centered around a meal which varied depending on which group guests were seated at. Entering guests were asked to draw a slip ofContinue Reading

Lambda Delta Sigma kicked off the Christmas season by asking the Concordia community to help them in supporting Operation Christmas Child. Operation Christmas Child is a ministry of Samaritan’s Purse, a nondenominational, evangelical Christian organization that works to provide spiritual and physical aid to people around the word. Operation ChristmasContinue Reading

It’s the season of giving and thanks, and the Student Involvement Committee is encouraging students to remember those in the community who are less fortunate. From Nov. 30 through Dec. 14 a collection site will be open next to the new Christmas tree in the Campus Center. Students will beContinue Reading

This Letter to the Editor was submitted by Joe Marion, BREW Week Co-founder at Concordia College. BREW Week 2011 has come and passed, and it has left many of us thinking about issues that surround us every day. Campus Service Commission did an outstanding job collaborating, organizing and hosting aContinue Reading