Thank you, Jacob, for contributing the article “Realizing an academic right” in the November 2, 2012 Concordian.  Your concern for stronger support for the intellectual life of hard-working students is commendable and connecting that concern with the library is manna from heaven for library staff.  Part of the library’s strategicContinue Reading

Concordia’s library keeps the hours typical of many college libraries, making it, tragically, perfectly average. For those students set on transcending average (or virtually any student majoring in Concordia’s reputably challenging sciences), the library’s early closing proves a nuisance. Worse, the hours ultimately manifest an allocation of resources that setsContinue Reading

This article was written by Kayla Culver, a contributing author for The Concordian. The Carl B. Ylvisaker Library got a facelift over the summer.  New furniture was added to Serendipity, the asbestos was removed from the Fishbowl ceiling and the Fishbowl was wired, adding more computers. The changes have notContinue Reading