Why do they exist? The inquiry seminars are a staple to freshmen year at Concordia. Though they vary in content, they focus on one criteria in general: to inspire a love of learning in new students. Dr. Sethre-Hofstad, dean of the college and overseer of the first-year experience program isContinue Reading

As of fall 2014, Concordia has become a tobacco-free campus with the relocation of smoking areas on campus to places off of school grounds. The installment of this new policy has several reactions across the student body. Molly Aga, the sophomore representative of Student Government Association believes this policy willContinue Reading

A report on gender equity and the treatment of women on Concordia’s campus has been released for the public eye, revealing that there are differences in compensation amongst faculty and staff based on gender. A task force was created two years ago to survey and perform research on gender equity.Continue Reading

Members aim to give back to Fargo-Moorhead community Lambda Delta Sigma, Concordia’s only female Greek philanthropy sorority is about a whole lot more than the pink feather boas they wear during rush week. The sorority upholds a mission that is two-fold: focusing on philanthropic work and empowerment of young women.Continue Reading

The myth of Prexy’s Pond has been debunked: it is biologically safe to swim in compared to other lakes, but it is still not allowed. Jerry Raguse, the Grounds Service Supervisor, has been keeping an eye on the pond all summer, adding water when needed and using a net toContinue Reading