Even if art isn’t your favorite thing, there still would have been something for you to love about the 8th annual FM Studio Crawl that was held Oct. 1 and 2. The Studio Crawl is an event that happens every year where the artists of the Fargo-Moorhead area open theirContinue Reading

Local conservative political talk show host Chris Berg brought his program to Concordia when he broadcasted live from the Atrium last Thursday morning. Berg is a radio host from Fargo’s AM 1100 “The Flag,” and his stop at Concordia was part of a Fargo-Moorhead college tour. Berg’s Thursday morning showContinue Reading

The 2011 Writer’s Festival will begin next Wednesday, Oct. 5 when three award-winning writers from the Twin Cities area visit campus classrooms. Poet Tim Nolan, author of “The Sound of It,” fiction writer Peter Geye, author of “Safe from the Sea,” and Star Tribune senior book editor Laurie Hertzel willContinue Reading

Right about now, students are itching to get off campus and discover the outside world of Fargo-Moorhead. From movies to art to disc golf, the F-M area has activities that any college student can enjoy for under $10. The Fargo Theatre, originally built for cinema and vaudeville in 1926, nowContinue Reading

Wayne Besen was walking through a store with his parents when they saw a stand selling tapes with the sign “Gay and Unhappy?” “That’s you!” his parents said. “But I’m happy,” Besen replied. “No you’re not—take it,” they said. Besen took the tape and listened to it. He described itContinue Reading

The 2011 Mr. Concordia was crowned at the ceremony which also served as a show in the Centrum on Jan. 22. Contestants in this pageant were judged by answers to two interview questions, their performance of a unique talent and their exhibition of Cobber spirit. Sophomores Aubrey Stromberg and AshleyContinue Reading