“Cleaning out the community fridge was the grossest thing I had to clean. I’m not exag- gerating — 3-month-old milk is something else. I didn’t dump it, I just threw it away. It wasn’t even white anymore and it was really lumpy.”

Two brothers opened The Dragon’s Hoard, a game shop full of RPGs, cards and board games. Legends have been foretold, where dragons filled with greed collected treasures across the land and hoarded them in their caves. Moonlight would trickle in through the cave ceiling, sparkling and reflecting off of theContinue Reading

“I have dreams that don’t make sense. There was a dream where I was at basketball practice and then after practice, for some reason, my shorts were stuck on me. I couldn’t take my shorts off. Or my shoes. Practice ended so I went to the locker room and IContinue Reading

“My old self acted purely on instinct. I found myself trying different majors, minors, personality traits and even fashion. I’ve tried a lot of weird stuff in the past four years and have had the chance to decide what works for my life in a way that fills me socially,Continue Reading

Older Cobbers bond over a well-established tradition If you searched through the kitchen cupboards of many Concordia students, it is likely that you would find an array of colorful plastic mugs from Mick’s Office, a bar in downtown Moorhead. Senior Ryan Modahl said he has gone to Mick’s about twiceContinue Reading

I like my comfort zone, because it’s like a safety blanket, protecting me from judgment for the things I do. A lot of my mannerisms are really weird and out there, mostly because of my friends … they’re all more loud than I am, so I feel more comfortable beingContinue Reading