Looking around at the Global Education Expo two weeks ago, it was easy to see the important place Global Education holds for Concordia’s students, faculty and administrators, and many take for granted the numerous international programs the college offers. What most people on campus don’t realize, however, is how farContinue Reading

Over the past few years the Red River has meant many different things to Concordia College students: no class, sand bagging, displacement. This year a group of Concordia students and partners, the river keepers of Fargo Moorhead, hope to change this view of the river by engaging students in interfaithContinue Reading

While watching The Today Show this past week after an especially intense early elliptical workout, I was shocked at one of their breaking stories. No, it wasn’t about Madonna rejecting flowers or Ashton taking over on Two and a Half Men. Rather, they reported that in the most recent GallupContinue Reading

Life is a series of accepting things you never thought you would be old enough to face. Going to college, losing a loved one, becoming an aunt or a parent–these are events that we all know will happen in the distant future to the older, more mature versions of ourContinue Reading