After the end of the 2022-2023 academic year, President William Craft is stepping down from his position as president. With this announcement last year, the Presidential Search Committee has been working hard to find a replacement. Nearly a year of searching and interviewing later, the Presidential Search Committee has announced
What started as a shelf of snacks and nonperishables quickly expanded into a room full of food that now feeds 220 Concordia students a year. In May 2020, the Office of Student Engagement created the Cobber Food Pantry to provide a welcoming, judge-free, and easy-to-access resource for students who struggle
When the snow falls and the ice starts to form on the ground, that is when Concordia College is its most dangerous. Ice goes everywhere it doesn’t belong; on roadways heading to Fargo, on sidewalks students use for classes, and on-ramps that can be potentially dangerous for wheelchair users.
Anyone with a keen eye may have noticed the small booklet that suddenly appears once a year all around campus. This is Afterwork, a collection of student art, poetry, writing, and any other possible submissions that students bring in. Gabe Weise, a senior majoring in Communications with an English minor,
Concordia’s 96th annual Christmas concert took place this last weekend, with higher attendance rates than the past several years. Despite recent Coronavirus outbreaks on campus, the Concordia orchestra and each Concordia choir was permitted to perform without masks, even with the interactive audience layout of the choir during several intervals
Every year Concordia Dining Services hosts a Thanksgiving dinner. It usually takes place on Thursday during the second to last full week of school before Thanksgiving break. This year’s Thanksgiving Dinner was on Nov 10 from 4:30-7:30 p.m., featuring several great foods: turkey, ham, mashed potatoes, gravy, dinner rolls, stuffing, lefse, pumpkin pie,
According to CAA News Today, across the country, 18 different colleges are making major cuts to their humanities programs. With registration hanging in the air, students must be reminded to take selected humanities courses over their time at Concordia College. Concordia College remains a liberal arts college that continues to
On Friday Oct 10 an email was sent to all Concordia students, faculty, and staff, informing the community about an act of vandalism that had taken place the night before. The email said that unauthorized stickers had been placed around Concordia’s campus with clear ties to white supremacy, hate, and