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

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

Kaia MillerKaia Miller is a senior majoring in communication studies and multimedia journalism. She came to Concordia planning to major in vocal performance, but after a semester discovered her interests ran in a different direction. With a suggestion from her mom to try communication, she realized her passion for journalismContinue Reading

Sun Mart hosts weekly sale of 20-cent chocolate chip cookies Every Tuesday, the Moorhead grocery store Sun Mart offers a sale that has been cherished by locals young and old for decades. This local phenomenon is known as Cookie Tuesdays. On this day, generously-portioned chocolate chip cookies are sold forContinue Reading