On the evening of Nov. 6, I had the pleasure of attending the fall Vocal Jazz concert. Now, as a self-professed band kid, I’ll admit that one would be hard-pressed to catch my face at any choral event, so this concert was a glimpse into a brand new world ofContinue Reading

Last weekend I went exploring downtown Fargo.  I just turned 21 last month and I haven’t gone out much since, so the downtown bar scene is still pretty foreign to me. Honestly, the downtown-after-ten scene is kind of a mixed bag but, after visiting most of the hotspots I thinkContinue Reading

College students have so much going on in their lives. Class, choir, sports, and the many clubs on campus. It seems like everyone is proud of how busy they are. But, what if there was something that could make your life just a bit easier? Evernote does just that. EvernoteContinue Reading

Being a part of the Cobber community during this year’s Symposium, everyone was instructed to read Happiness: The science behind your smile by Daniel Nettle. It covers a wide range of effects that happiness and mental health have on our everyday life, such as just accepting that our mundane lifeContinue Reading

College Humor’s Jake Hurwitz and Amir Blumenfeld have become popular for their comedic videos of their alter egos. Now, the College Humor comedians are taking it upon themselves to give back to the world by giving advice to anyone who asks for it on their podcast If I Were You.Continue Reading

One of the most important facets of a Concordia College education is to train students to become responsibly engaged in the world. Cobbers are constantly being prepared to become global citizens politically, religiously and culturally. One thing that students can use to be become more globally aware is food. CobbersContinue Reading

This article was written by Kate Gantz, a contributing author at The Concordian. For as long as I can remember, one of the most significant activities that brings my family together is trying new restaurants, especially when they pop up all over the Twin Cities where I live. And I’mContinue Reading