The school year is back, and students are now adjusting to a schedule that keeps them busy with homework and classes. For only 23 students, they are in a discussion-based class that has not been available since 2019. These students are taking Gender and Communication. The person who originally started
On Mar. 24, an email was sent out to the Concordia community regarding antisemitic symbols and phrases found on campus, signed by the Bias Incident Response Team, which also asked for those with further information to submit a report form. These symbols and phrases were found written in the snow
Concordia College and Minnesota State University Moorhead hosted a collaborative “Sex in the Dark” panel Monday night to promote positive and inclusive conversations around sexual education. The panel, which was originally proposed to the Concordia Women’s and Gender Studies program by MSUM WGS student Jean Renslow, was hosted at MSUM
What many foreign policy analysts had predicted became a reality the morning of Feb. 24, 2022, when Vladimir Putin ordered the Russian armed forces to conduct “peacekeeping operations” in Eastern Ukraine. According to the Pentagon, the “peacekeeping operations” meant a full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine, as warned by President Joe
In 2011, Concordia hired its 11th president: President William J. Craft. Now, 11 years later, Craft announced his upcoming retirement effective on July 1, 2023. Concordia’s Board of Regents is starting the process to search for a new president, according to an email sent to campus on Feb. 8, 2022.
Tensions are rising, it seems, between a group of international students and the Global Learning Office. On the afternoon of February 4, an email was sent out to international students detailing the regulations of their student visa. The subject was this: The time spent at a stipend position is included
After 16 years of a successful partnership, the National Book Awards on Campus program will have its final reading at the spring 2022 ceremony. The President’s Office announced in an email sent to students on Oct. 21 that the current author residency program through the National Book Foundation will end
Anyone on campus can agree that Hoyum is the “music hall” on campus, but that will all change. Hoyum will be closed next year, in an attempt to conserve funds to remodel and open Brown Hall. The decision was made, said Director of Residence Life Mikal Kenfield, during the formation