During the month of April, the Career Center at Concordia College is celebrating National Internship Awareness Month. The Career Center wants to emphasize the importance of completing an internship to appeal to employers after graduation.   Jill Wenger, associate director of the Career Center, has been managing employer relations and aidingContinue Reading

Community. A nine letter word that, when boiled down, simply means a sense of belonging. Some find it with friends, others find it in sports—members of the Scheel Fund find it in the Finance Lab on Thursday nights from 8-9 p.m.  In 2014, Steve Scheel donated $100k to start whatContinue Reading

This January 26th marked the beginning of the 2022-2023 Minnesota Newspaper Association’s Better Newspaper Contest. The Concordian has been submitting issues to the BNC for over 20 years, and 2022 was no exception.  According to the Minnesota Newspaper Association’s website, the purpose of the contest is to “recognize excellence inContinue Reading

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 toContinue Reading

Coming to the Concordia campus at the end of October is author Louise Erdrich. Her book The Night Watchman has sparked countless discussions around the Fargo-Moorhead community. Currently, it is being featured by the One Book, One Community program, which is a program that works with local libraries, the HistoricalContinue Reading

On November 8, Moorhead residents will have an important decision to make. This election day there will be a vote on a 0.5 cent local option sales tax used to fund a new Community Center/Regional Library in downtown Moorhead.   The current Moorhead public library is not meeting the needs ofContinue Reading

Students all over campus are now able to sell or advertise their goods and services at a new pop-up shop in the Offutt School of Business. The Cobber Collective has launched this year to give students those opportunities for free.  Anna Benson, the marketing coordinator for OSB, spearheaded this pop-upContinue Reading