Trainers and coaches understand both the physical and emotional stress injuries put on athletes Injuries can occur in a split second. Yet the process of physical healing can take many more months. On campus there are two full-time athletic trainers, one assistant athletic trainer and two graduate student assistants taking
Pope Francis was recently interviewed about social issues in the world, and Catholic students at Concordia are praising his proactive comments regarding homosexuality, contraceptive methods and abortion. In Pope Francis’ most recent interview, he encouraged Catholics to focus on all issues of the world, not only the three mentioned above.
This week a classic English play is taking the stage at Concordia. Oscar Wilde’s “The Importance of Being Earnest” follows Englishmen Jack Worthing and Algernon Moncrieff, both of who lead double lives as men named “Ernest” in an effort to court women seeking a man with this name. As other
17 departments conduct research on campus Student research that began at Concordia over the summer is starting to take off. The kinds of research conducted by Concordia students ranges from assisting in writing textbooks, to traveling to a dinosaur dig site in Montana. Siri Manning, a senior political science major,