If you had lunch in Anderson Commons between 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 24, you likely encountered a large scale in the middle of the dining center with students lined up to scrape their plates into bins. When completely filled, the bins were placed on the scaleContinue Reading

What can you do as a student at Concordia College to help your fellow Cobbers that have been diagnosed with a gluten-related disorder? First: be informed. Understanding the characteristics of celiac disease, wheat allergy, and non-celiac gluten sensitivity will enable you to differentiate between fact and fiction in the mediaContinue Reading

What do Ron Offutt, Earl and Dorothy Olson and Dennis and Carol Anderson all have in common? Each of them donated a large sum of money to help fund a building on campus. We owe them each thanks for giving us such wonderful buildings on campus, and one way weContinue Reading

There’s a new mastermind behind the food Cobbers eat everyday in Dining Services, and his name is Chef Phillip Edwards, a well-traveled culinary craftsman who could be the one cafeteria-weary students have been waiting for.  Edwards was hired three weeks ago to be Dining Services’ new head chef, and withContinue Reading

With the technological age on the rise, Concordia is implementing technology to aid on-campus communication.  Examples of this can be seen in the Knutson Campus Center with news displays on television monitors.  This trend has continued into Dining Services and the athletic facility. But with six news displays in theContinue Reading