Concordia’s new Campus Service Commissioner has been chosen. Megan Dickerson, a sophomore, will take over from senior Moriah Nelson next semester. As Commissioner, Dickerson, a nursing major with a minor in Spanish, will be responsible for planning many of Concordia’s service-oriented events, including service projects for Martin Luther King Jr.
The recently chosen orientation chair for 2014, junior Katie Englund, will be selecting the members of next year’s Orientation Committee in the coming weeks. Englund, a native of Lakeville, Minn., said she chose to come to Concordia for the “type of people” who attend. “The community sense kind of hooked
Alternative transportation chosen for health and sustainability Concordia physics instructor and lab manager Donald Brummond has been commuting by bicycle since the late 1970s, and he is only one of many professors who commute to and from campus by foot or pedal rather than by car. Brummond chooses to commute
(Note: names marked with a * have been changed to preserve a source’s anonymity) Jonathan*, a Concordia sophomore, recalls that his first experience at a college dance was not entirely what he expected, due to an incident that occurred at last year’s Theme Dance. Jonathan said he attended the dance
English professor from Gustavus Adolphus College begins new role as dean and VP of Academic Affairs Concordia’s new dean and vice president of Academic Affairs, Eric Eliason, a former English professor at Gustavus-Adolphus College, took over for Mark Krejci this past August. Although Eliason is still acclimating himself to the
Students, faculty & alum prepare for momentous season Concordia students and faculty have played important roles in the Fargo-Moorhead Opera for years, and this one is no exception, with the opera gearing up for a momentous season. Cobbers are involved in the opera on nearly every level, from performing to
For the second year in a row, Jacqueline Bussie, religion professor and director of Concordia’s Forum on Faith and Life, has been invited to speak in Washington, D.C., and she has once again given her students the privilege to take her place. Sept. 22, Bussie and Concordia’s three Interfaith Scholars
Roberts hopes to increase focus on international and interdisciplinary options In the intense debate that will likely crop up over which of Concordia’s two coffee shops is best, John Roberts, the new chair of the college’s music department, might side with the newly opened, Starbucks-serving The BREW in the Offutt