Rings, buttons and a maroon and gold stuffed animal dog. All contributions by Concordia alumni to the archives’ latest project. The Concordia archives are in the process of compiling artifacts from both present and past students to create the Concordia Memory Project. Over homecoming, the archives, along with Joy Lintelman’sContinue Reading

Alternative transportation  chosen for health and sustainability Concordia physics instructor and lab manager Donald Brummond has been commuting by bicycle since the late 1970s, and he is only one of many professors who commute to and from campus by foot or pedal rather than by car. Brummond chooses to commuteContinue Reading

The sought-after Candy Corn Award is given to a college speech competitor who experiences the most embarrassing moment at the annual Halloween-themed tournament during the last weekend of October. Concordia speech team member and junior Cate Bruns received this award at the Halloween tournament in Crete, Nebraska this past weekend,Continue Reading

English professor from Gustavus Adolphus College begins new role as dean and VP of Academic Affairs Concordia’s new dean and vice president of Academic Affairs, Eric Eliason, a former English professor at Gustavus-Adolphus College, took over for Mark Krejci this past August. Although Eliason is still acclimating himself to theContinue Reading

When Michael Wilson stepped onto Concordia’s campus for Orientation four years ago, he knew there would be a lot of white kids. But when he looked around at all the upperclassmen, he saw that white was the vast majority. Wilson, a senior and former president of Concordia’s Black Student Union,Continue Reading

Concordia’s sole Greek society differs from typical sororities A couple weeks into the school year, freshman Tori Benders had completed orientation, started classes, but still hadn’t found her Concordia niche. One tri-fold display board at Cobber Expo changed all that. In addition to being “really pink,” the booth’s board featuredContinue Reading

Students, faculty & alum prepare for momentous season Concordia students and faculty have played important roles in the Fargo-Moorhead Opera for years, and this one is no exception, with the opera gearing up for a momentous season. Cobbers are involved in the opera on nearly every level, from performing toContinue Reading