“Frozen” is showing at Theatre B. Fitting, isn’t it—the title? Fargo can seem like a frozen tundra at times, a desolate, isolated landscape that is not only physically cold, but has the power to strip us of social contact beyond the warm confines of an academic building. A smile isContinue Reading

This winter and spring the Concordia sponsored program F/M Communiversity plans to offer 29 college-like classes without homework or tests to community members. People of all ages and backgrounds can attend. F/M Communiversity, which combines the words community and university, started in 1965 when Rev. Loren Halvorson from the AmericanContinue Reading

Let’s face it: we’re all busy. Countless research studies have shown that today’s students are more involved than ever. While the amount of classes and extracurricular activities have increased, the number of hours in a day has not. Although our days may seem longer, in fact it’s just the amountContinue Reading

The Student Government Association elections are next week. Since Monday, when campaigning officially commenced, students have been bombarded with Facebook page “like” requests, campus mail flyers (that will very quickly end up in the trash), and the visual displeasure of tacky and unnecessary advertising plastered throughout campus buildings. For theContinue Reading

Average Concordia College students might wonder what’s on today’s Maize menu, how late the library stays open on Sunday or where they can travel for cheap over spring break. Fewer students contemplate who hires professors, where their scholarship money comes from or how it was decided that Sociology 201 shouldContinue Reading

When Tansy Wells sat in Jones 212 for her first science class at Concordia, Evolution and Diversity, she looked around at the 50 other students in her class. She chose Concordia because of its smaller classes and student-to-faculty ratio, but a packed lecture hall was not what she anticipated. “IContinue Reading