The Moorhead Area Public Schools operating levy referendum did not pass in the school board special election Nov. 3. According to the District 152 website after the voting polls closed on election night, community members voted no 4,195 to 4,078 yes. Publications released by Independent School District 152 assert thatContinue Reading

Concordia’s School of Business is exploring the possibility of relocating from Old Main to Grant Center, consequently gaining the space needed for additional faculty and administrative staff to aid in implementing a new business curriculum. Grant Center is currently being examined by an architectural firm based out of Boston. GregContinue Reading

You might have noticed the hand sanitizers around campus. The nurses in the Kjos Health Center sure hope you have. In an effort to combat the flu this year, Concordia has purchased over $6,900 worth of sanitizer, said Mark Dixon, delivery/stockroom supervisor. With worries of H1N1 in place well beforeContinue Reading

With clean water so abundant and easily obtained in Moorhead, it is easy to forget that many people in the world have no access to clean water. Student Government hopes to change that on Nov. 7 with their second annual Day of Reckoning. The program, which this year focuses onContinue Reading

Eric Schmidt was in bed in his south Moorhead apartment one night when he heard a noise that sounded like water running in the kitchen. He had to see what was making this noise. Leaving his girlfriend in bed, Schmidt crept out of the room and made his way toContinue Reading

The Coffee with Cobbers topic on Homecoming Friday was a follow-up discussion to the 2009 Faith, Reason and World Affairs Symposium topic: “Where is the We in an iWorld?” Students, faculty, staff and a multitude of alumni back on campus conversed about how technology has helped and hindered society. CoffeeContinue Reading

When the flood hit Fargo-Moorhead last year, class wasn’t the only thing that was cancelled. The National Book Awards, an event that Concordia hosts each spring, had to be postponed as well. Now, a semester later, authors Annette Gordon-Reed and Maxine Hong Kingston will visit campus on Oct. 30 toContinue Reading