The sound of hammers and nails filled the air in front of Knutson Saturday morning when, despite the chilly air and threat of rain, approximately thirty students woke up early to make playhouses for Habitat for Humanity. “I am most excited to see the campus organizations working together on this project,”
Despite a location change that occurred late in the game, two Cobbers have successfully planned Concordia’s first international Habitat for Humanity trip since 2008. The trip will take place from May 12 to May 19. A total of nine students as well as Trip Leaders Seale Swedlund and Jack Rydell
Over mid-semester break, 138 Cobbers on seven buses traveled across the United States to help others in need for Habitat for Humanity projects. The seven trips taken this year included destination cities of Pensacola, Fla., Mandeville, La., Wilmington, N.C., Johns Island, S.C., Denver, Colo., El Paso, Texas, and Taos, N.M.
Nineteen Concordia students from Habitat for Humanity and their advisor helped with flood relief in Duluth this past weekend through the college’s Habitat for Humanity. The students arrived Friday night and slept on the floor of the downtown YMCA. Saturday morning the work began at two locations. One team removed
Concordia’s Habitat for Humanity chapter is taking the initiative to be more community-based. On Oct. 6 they and five other campus organizations will team up to build six children’s playhouses as part of a fundraiser for Lake Agassiz Habitat for Humanity. “We just really wanted to embrace that community feel