Concordia students today are familiar with rules about alcohol on campus, intervisitation, and where they can park. What many may not realize is that Cobbers of the past had many more strict rules: according to the archives, they could only wear jeans to one meal a week, could only practiceContinue Reading

The entrée at Comfort on a Thursday morning in February is Lutheran Hotdish—not a favorite but well-liked enough that it shows up in the menu every four or five weeks. “In general, casseroles and hotdishes aren’t as popular with students,” said Cindy Hogenson, Concordia’s residential dining manager, glancing at ComfortContinue Reading

The Hip Hop Summit is a day-long, interactive event at Concordia that teaches attendees about the elements of hip hop. This year’s summit will be held on Mar. 6 and will include four sessions teaching the arts of graffiti, break dancing, and how to be an emcee or disc jockey;Continue Reading

It is no secret around Concordia’s campus that junior Erik George is an involved student. Behind his shy smile is the modesty to prove he does not want undue attention. With him, George carries a royal blue, stainless steel water bottle and “The Star Tribune” folded under his arm. ThisContinue Reading

Eric Schmidt was in bed in his south Moorhead apartment one night when he heard a noise that sounded like water running in the kitchen. He had to see what was making this noise. Leaving his girlfriend in bed, Schmidt crept out of the room and made his way toContinue Reading