Last month six Concordia students found out they will be embarking on a journey to South Korea with two art professors through a grant sponsored by the ASIANetwork organization. Susan Lee, assistant professor of art, and Heidi Goldberg, associate professor of art, hand-selected each of the students to apply as
This Friday, March 15, the Concordia College Global Studies Student Advisory Committee, comprising of about 20 students, in conjunction with Dr. Ken Foster will be holding the fourth annual Global Studies In Action Conference. The conference offers two sessions: an informal informational booth session and a formal dinner and keynote
Alone on Valentine’s Day this year? Don’t worry about it. Grab some friends and head down to the Francis Frazier Comstock main stage production of “Boeing Boeing” to hear about Bernard’s romantic problems and you might feel better about your situation afterwards. This play, originally written in French by Marc
Siri Manning, a junior, knows all the hot spots in the Fargo-Moorhead area to give you whatever outdoor biking, rollerblading or running experience you need. She’s a bit of an enthusiast; Manning participates in TRAM, The Ride Across Minnesota—a 250-mile, 5-day biking marathon through Minnesota that raises money for Multiple
Richard Glas, Concordia’s new athletic director, is making his presence known both in and out of Concordia’s athletic facilities this year, and he has high hopes for the future of Cobber sports. His vision begins with the involvement of the entire student body and ends only when Concordia can count
Concordia is a music school; there is no doubt about that. One-sixth of the student body participates in the Christmas Concert alone.