Corinne Burrell presents her senior thesis project, titled "The First Bloodstain." Photo by Anna Knutson.

Cobber screens research project at Hjemkomst Center

A common fact of life overlooked for generations is being brought to light by Corinne Burrell, Concordia heritage and museum studies and communications double major, through her senior thesis project, […]

 

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    On firm foundation grounded

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  • Submitted photo. Bishop Whipple, as shown above in the 1800s, was purchased in 1891 and was originally termed the "main building" on campus.

    Whipple’s legacy, uncovered

    Bishop Whipple. Many know the name, but what about the story? Bishop Whipple is not only a building on Concordia’s campus, but is also the name of the first Episcopalian […]

     
  • Photo submitted by Kathy Faeth. The Comstock House, located just north of Concordia's campus on Eighth Street, is full of beautiful decorations and interesting history about Moorhead. "There's so much history here," said Betty Priewe, Friends of the Comstock House member.

    Getting to know our neighbors: The Comstock House

    The ornate woodwork and Victorian wallpaper of Moorhead’s Comstock Historic House stand frozen in time, a reminder of the family that once occupied its rooms and corridors. The residence of […]

     
  • Getting to Know Our Neighbors: The Prairie Home Cemetery

    Getting to Know Our Neighbors: The Prairie Home Cemetery

    A quick poll of students in the Atrium revealed that many Concordia students grew up listening to Garrison Keillor’s weekly radio show, “A Prairie Home Companion.” The quirky Midwestern feel […]

     
  • Prairie Churches Exhibit Portrays History

    Historic and sacred, the Prairie Church exhibit of Preservation North Dakota is hosted by North Dakota State University. This free exhibit was put on display Oct. 6 and will remain […]