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

A red-haired sophomore tapped his foot and nodded his head to grasp his rhythm. At a piano connected to recording equipment in a studio high above a band room in the Hvidsten Hall of Music, he reached to a computer keyboard and pressed the space bar to begin recording. TheContinue Reading

The Concordia Symphonia and Orchestra filled Memorial Auditorium with music during the Pops and Popcorn Concert on Jan. 29. The music ensembles played familiar orchestral selections and surprised the audience with pieces of unexpected entertainment. True to its name, the concert also sold pop and popcorn for concert-attendees. The concertContinue Reading

Stepping into Memorial Auditorium the night of Jan. 26 was like stepping into a whole other country—Spain, to be specific. The Flamenco Vivo dancers from New York spun, stomped and clapped to the tune of live musicians for an excited audience of Concordia students and community members. Bringing an authenticContinue 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

Underpants will be a common sight at Theatre B during the month of February as they present “The Underpants,” a farce written by Carl Sternheim and adapted by Steve Martin. During opening weekend Feb. 3-6, students who wear underwear over their clothing will get two tickets for the price ofContinue Reading

Andrew Wiens, a senior, and Brie Petrich, a 2010 alumna, have been described as “The Parents,” “The Grandparents,” and “The Old Couple” by their friends and those the couple have hosted. Wiens and Petrich act older than they are: taking care of those who do not outwardly ask for help,Continue Reading

“All Good Things” tells the story of David Marks (played by Ryan Gosling), son of highly successful real estate mogul Sanford Marks, and his wife Katie (Kirsten Dunst). Set in the 1970s, this romantic crime thriller is based on a real story, the life and times of one Robert Durst,Continue 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

Sergeant Clint Stephenson of the Moorhead Police Department has worked for the Moorhead police since 1997, which was the last record-breaking winter. “In my 15 years, this is by far the worst conditions we’ve had for the winter season,” Stephenson said. He explained that the layer of ice underneath allContinue Reading