Women have been a large part of Concordia’s history. From past presidents and staff to current students, Concordia’s women have been changemakers on campus. While women should be appreciated every month, Women’s History Month is time set aside to reflect on the women of Concordia’s history and recognize their accomplishments.Continue Reading

Compared to this year’s dismal Golden Globes nominations (“Music,” “Emily in Paris” and Jared Leto), the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences voted pretty well. No love for Spike Lee’s “Da 5 Bloods” and Kelly Reichardt’s “First Cow” stings, but these things happen. It’ll be okay. I haven’t yetContinue Reading

It all started one afternoon. A crafternoon specifically. Sophomores Andrea Hughes and Emma Hagemeier spent an afternoon experimenting with clay. Little did they know, this afternoon would change their lives.  Falling in love with clay art, Hughes and Hagemeier started AE Create, a business with clay earrings being its mainContinue Reading

With housing selection underway, students are asking an annual question: what are the pros and cons to living on campus? From the traditional residence halls and the apartments, to the town houses and every community found within, Concordia campus offers differing experiences and places to live on campus. “Some ofContinue Reading

Last March, we lost much as the coronavirus pandemic began to worsen across the globe. While the world may still be coping with the pandemic, we have found ways to do what we love. The National Book Awards, hosted by the National Book Foundation, celebrate the work of dozens ofContinue Reading

While this past year has been entirely unusual, there are still several things that remain the same. Poverty continues to be a problem in the United States and has only gotten worse during COVID-19. Concordia’s Diversity Equity Inclusion Commission (DEIC) sought to understand poverty and its impact.  In previous years,Continue Reading