As a whole, we are stuck in our ways. Numerous factors attribute toward our refined direction of viewing affairs, ways of living life as well as ultimately achieving success and happiness. Change, however, sheds light and allows often unconsidered voices to be heard. It is a splash of color in
Pursuing academics, pursuing friendships. Writing essays, writing friendly letters. Discussing scholarly works, discussing children’s books. It sounds like college versus fifth grade, but it isn’t. It is the syllabus for Barb Witteman’s inquiry seminar, titled Friendship. Her students are spending their semester learning about and forming friendships with fifth-graders from
The Student Government Association decided at a forum meeting Monday to encourage vote “no” by students on the upcoming Minnesota marriage amendment. After watching other Minnesota colleges such as St. Olaf, the University of Minnesota and Augsburg College express their support for the “Vote No” movement, Concordia SGA President Meg
The Faith, Reason and World Affairs Symposium “Beyond Genocide: Learning to Help and Hope” set a record for student involvement this year, with 11 out of the 15 selected concurrent sessions involving students. Last spring, students, professors and others submitted proposals to present a concurrent session at this year’s symposium.
After traveling to Thailand and Cambodia with the women’s soccer team, Haley Haddock was inspired to start a new student organization. Haddock, along with Bekah Marcis, who graduated in May, founded Hope is Possible: The Fight to End Sex Trafficking. The Cambodia/Thailand trip was the third international trip taken by
Right between the business professional and date night categories, Jane Barnstuble won a door prize at the third annual Public Relations Club fashion show. She shrieked and sprang out of her seat when they called her name. The audience laughed, while host – and former “Project Runway” contestant – Christopher
Three new Student Government Association projects are scheduled to hit campus this month. These include a new campus publication, a new award and a campaign to save energy. The largest of these projects is the plan for a new campus publication. Vice President Greg Clark has been leading the planning
This article was written by Jamie Offerdahl, a contributing author at The Concordian. Fuel the Fire’s winter leadership conference took place Jan. 21. Two hundred seventy registered students attended this LeadNow event along with 46 alumni and four keynote speakers, who are also Concordia graduates. The purpose of Fuel the