In late 2008, I caught the travel bug. I didn’t really care about international travel until then. I was with my high school in northern Italy at a conference called World School, with students from 26 different countries gathered around the theme of food, water and safety. During my twoContinue Reading

It’s that time of the year. School’s almost over, and its time to figure out what to do with all the books from this semester. Normally, options would include keeping them, lending them to a friend or selling them back for a measly sum. But this year, the African StudentContinue Reading

Student Government Association President Meg Henrickson and the rest of her staff were officially installed into office on April 4. Since the installment ceremony, Henrickson and the new Vice President Colin Sullivan have been working to get to know students and staff across campus. Sullivan explained that they are “continuingContinue Reading

Walking down a sidewalk on Concordia campus, it is not unusual to see a skateboarder or longboarder whiz past on his or her way to class. This mode of transportation is a unique and fun way to get moving, but can also be quite a challenge to those just learningContinue Reading

So you’re staying in Moorhead this summer? Well never fear, my dear, Katelyn is here, and by that I mean I will be here this summer. Are you concerned about having nothing to do or no one to visit? Well quit whining. I applaud you for not going home, turningContinue Reading

Ashley Gilles understood the irony of her dinner choice on April 1, 2012. All she wanted was a burger and beer, and a reason to take her mind off of 6 p.m. So she and her roommates drove to Smash Burger. That’s healthy, Ashley thought; while waiting to hear aboutContinue Reading

This article was written by Jonathan Fondell, a Contributing Writer for The Concordian. President William Craft’s inauguration draws ever closer and, as it approaches, so approaches the arrival of the Concordia College Corporation, Concordia’s final legal authority. Slated for this governing body is a schedule that promises legal business asContinue Reading

The Earth Day Concert’s major obstacle was Fargo-Moorhead’s rather unpleasant weather. That, however, proved insignificant as April 20s weather was suitable for the Symphonic Band to perform outdoors in front of the Frances Frazier Comstock Theatre. “We have had outdoor concerts held before in the summers,” said Nathanial Dickey, directorContinue Reading

An elephant picture hangs on the wall, the mother’s trunk curled around her baby. A Bible verse is printed across the bottom in a smooth script. “As a mother comforts her child, so I will comfort you.” Isaiah 66:13. The brown leather sofa and chair sit empty around the opposingContinue Reading

Editor’s note: Technically, I’m supposed to steer clear of first person in these editorials because they are meant to represent the opinion of the Publication. But it’s almost the end of the year, and I’ve already broken that rule a few times, and it’s late, and I’m graduating in aContinue Reading