Sorry, but your new profile picture of you standing next to an impoverished child from a third world country doesn’t fix anything; it just makes you look ignorant. So you’ve signed up through your local church or other feel-good organization to travel to a third world country to dig wells,
Speaker shares lessons learned through years of activism From Philadelphia to Calcutta to Baghdad, Christian peace activist and author Shane Claiborne has been advocating against injustice around the world for nearly 20 years. Claiborne visited campus last Tuesday for a lecture and discussion, sponsored by Concordia’s Forum on Faith and
The Cobber women’s basketball team grabbed their nineteenth win of the season last Saturday in an exciting game over St. Thomas, 60-57. The men’s basketball team lost to top-ranked St. Thomas, although they made a nice comeback in the second half, outscoring the Tommies 41 to 32. While the two
Hockey teams help community’s youth one slap shot at a time Both the men and women’s hockey teams at Concordia are putting the Becoming Responsibly Engaged in the World motto into action. Through partnering with the inSports Foundation, the teams have been able to offer children across the state the
Concordia’s new Campus Service Commissioner has been chosen. Megan Dickerson, a sophomore, will take over from senior Moriah Nelson next semester. As Commissioner, Dickerson, a nursing major with a minor in Spanish, will be responsible for planning many of Concordia’s service-oriented events, including service projects for Martin Luther King Jr.
Before the school year even began Jardyn Kaufer knew he wanted to make a difference in his community. With the help of his fellow hockey teammates and frequent guidance from head coach Chris Howe, freshman Jordyn Kaufer started collecting clothes for Fargo-Moorhead’s Dress For Success program. Wanting to make sure
On August 26, roughly 730 students, 80 Orientation Leaders, and 40 faculty members headed out into the Fargo Moorhead area to participate in the Hands for Change event. This year marked the 20th year that Concordia College incorporated the volunteer program into orientation week. Moriah Nelson, this year’s director of
North Dakota’s abortion laws have been at the center of controversial debate recently, as three anti-abortion bills were signed into law by Gov. Jack Dalrymple in March, and a 2011 anti-abortion law is currently being challenged in the Cass County District Court. In the face of this law making, some