Concordia student wears holiday sweaters for 25 days of Christmas Junior Kate Bjelde, a self-proclaimed Christmas enthusiast, has created a tradition for herself to wear a different Christmas sweater for each of the 25 days leading up to Christmas, including Christmas Day. Submitted photos.   It kicked off Dec. 1Continue Reading

It is the day of the year that thousands of Americans wait for: Black Friday. A day that prompts people to wait in endless lines for hours as they check items off their Christmas gift lists. Concordia mother-daughter pair Sandi Paulson and Geneva Nemzek have been going Black Friday shoppingContinue Reading

Tips to snagging your temporary dream home As if you were not already stressed out enough with finals and holiday shopping looming, if you are a sophomore or junior it is also time to figure out if you are going to live on or off campus next year. Luckily forContinue Reading

A list of Concordia campus mainstays — the bell tower, the Concordia Choir, Kernel Cobb — is not complete without the inclusion of Maize fries. According to junior Katie Ahlstrom, a Maize student manager, Maize fries are the most popular item at the Maize. Below are the results of someContinue Reading

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