Who is Harold Hamm? Founder’s Day weekend piques student curiosity about prominent donors

Who is Harold Hamm? Founder’s Day weekend piques student curiosity about prominent donors

It was a lunch date that started it: the relationship between the nation’s 35th most wealthy individual and Concordia College. On a beautifully blue-skied 70-degree day in April 2010, Concordia […]

 

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  • Photo by Gia Rassier. Mike Doyle returned to campus to recognize the third recipient of the President Pamela M. Jolicoeur Endowed Memorial Scholarship, Katharine Spencer (right) at the Celebration of Student Scholarhip. Also pictured: Steph Barnhart and Matthew Gantz, past winners of the award.

    Jolicoeur scholar announced

    Katharine Spencer was named as this year’s Jolicoeur Scholar at last Thursday’s Celebration of Student Scholarship. The scholarship is given to a second semester sophomore that proves to be an […]

     
  • Justine Scarbrough and Christopher Kenney sing “Tempus Est Locundum” in front of the orchestra during the performance.

    Undergrad soloists sing at Oratorio

    Concordia’s large spring concert, Oratorio, was especially unique this year. Usually, professional soloists are featured, but for the first time in years, the concert of Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana was […]

     
  • Golf prepares for fall season

    Golf prepares for fall season

    While the official start of golf season is not until August, members of the men and women’s teams have started preparing for the upcoming season. Since the weather hasn’t been […]

     
  • Photo by Olivia Gear. While Concordia operates under a “dry campus” policy, students have stated they feel the regulation is outdated, especially for students over the legal drinking age.

    Concordia: A dry campus weighs in on policy

    After she left for fall break, senior Natalie Dillemuth got a call from her roommate saying they had gotten an alcohol violation. Dillemuth, who lives in the campus townhouses, was […]

     
  • Photo by Ali Everts. Long-time men’s basketball coach Rich Glas was promoted to the position of athletic director this fall. Administrators and coaches from the athletic department report that the department is more cohesive and attendance at games is up since Glas took over.

    Athletics reflects on year: Glas concludes first year as athletic director

    With his first year as athletic director nearly behind him, Rich Glas and the rest of the Athletic Department are reflecting on how Glas’ strategic vision for the department has […]

     
  • SGA forum meets

    SGA forum meets

    More students with voting power will soon have representation within Student Government Association forum meetings, thanks to three bylaw changes from SGA Forum members at their April 19 meeting. In […]

     
  • We are one body

    We are one body

    In our time at Concordia, a divide among Christian students across campus has always been present. Different Christian groups, such as The Remedy, Cru (the campus ministry of Campus Crusade […]

     
  • Applicant numbers higher than last year

    Applicant numbers higher than last year

    Bill Gates’ visit to Concordia just may be the extra push prospective students need to send in their deposits before the May 1 deadline. Steve Schuetz, vice president of Enrollment […]

     
  • Year’s end

    Year’s end

    The end of the year is here. I have a lot of weird apprehensions I think. My year has been filled with weird realizations, moments and a list of things […]