On an average day in January, Concordia College’s on-campus post office is overwhelmed by anywhere from 150 to 200 packages that need to be handed to students by post office manager Connor Poland and student workers. The post office window is open to students and faculty from 10:00 a.m. untilContinue Reading

Derecka Purnell, a civil rights lawyer from St. Louis, Missouri, joins the Martin Luther King Jr. Day festivities at Concordia College as the second keynote speaker of the event. She is an organizer, writer and author of a recently published book “Becoming Abolitionists: Police, Protests, and the Pursuit of Freedom.” Continue Reading

There is always something that bonds state-mates. For New Mexico it is the artsy, hippie culture, for New York it is non-New Yorkers complaining about the crowded subways, for Florida, it is dealing with decisions of “Florida man” and finally, for Minnesota, it is bragging about the weather when itContinue Reading

When walking through the halls of the Integrated Sciences Center, a special creature may catch your eye — a red-footed tortoise to be exact. He is better known as Gödel the Turtle. Over Thanksgiving break, Gödel’s (pronounced like ‘girdle’) habitat, along with surrounding habitats, was redone by EACH, the ExoticContinue Reading

There’s a lot more to majoring in English than just sitting through classes and submitting assignments. The English department offers countless opportunities for current Concordia students to show their writing skills and talents outside a classroom setting by encouraging them to write for various student publications such as the newspaper,Continue Reading

Concordia College’s Office of Advancement has prepared for this year’s November Giving Day, the biggest fundraising event of the year which takes place on November 18. Giving Day is an annual event that takes place in the Advancement Office and Alumni Relations building on campus. During Giving Day all monetaryContinue Reading