A common fact of life overlooked for generations is being brought to light by Corinne Burrell, Concordia heritage and museum studies and communications double major, through her senior thesis project, titled “The First Bloodstain.” At the Hjemkomst Center last Tuesday, March 6, a room packed with men and women ofContinue Reading

Museum studies students curate the Dean’s office honoring Concordia’s past and future A student walks into the office and sits down. They look around the room and see a vibrant print of a bookshelf hanging on one wall, and various other frames of old pictures and paintings depicting aspects ofContinue Reading

Bishop Whipple. Many know the name, but what about the story? Bishop Whipple is not only a building on Concordia’s campus, but is also the name of the first Episcopalian Bishop of Minnesota. Whipple was also a major advocate for Native American rights. Concordia’s first building was named after BishopContinue Reading

The ornate woodwork and Victorian wallpaper of Moorhead’s Comstock Historic House stand frozen in time, a reminder of the family that once occupied its rooms and corridors. The residence of early Moorhead founder Solomon Comstock, his wife Sarah and children Ada, Jessie and George, the home is an important landmarkContinue Reading