Starting in the 2018-19 school year, Concordia College will stock free tampons and pads in bathrooms on campus. “I am happy to report that [Concordia] Facilities received our initiative with open arms and will be stocking menstrual products in academic bathrooms for us next year,” said Bailey Hovland, the spearheadContinue Reading

Students gathered in Barry Auditorium on Tuesday, Feb. 13, for a service opportunity to tie blankets for children ages 0-18 who are affected by illness or traumatic life events. Campus Events Commission partnered with a nonprofit called Project Linus to host the event. According to Project Linus’s website, the organizationContinue Reading

When posters bearing the words “IT’S OK TO BE WHITE” appeared on campus last Halloween, Student Government Association responded by hosting a public forum to allow members of the Concordia community to discuss their reactions. In the months since, SGA has hosted forums on topics such as “Supporting Racial Diversity,”Continue Reading

Students, faculty, and community members gathered at Concordia College on Monday, Jan. 15 to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day. A first for the college, classes reconvened at events held throughout the day. Last April, Student Government Association brought a motion to Faculty Senate to reconvene classes on MLK DayContinue Reading

Three writers will visit campus this week for Concordia’s annual Visiting Writer’s Festival. “I am always looking for ways to make the student experience [at Concordia] a student-centered one,” said Bill Snyder, an English professor at Concordia and the coordinator of the event. Each year, a poet, fiction writer, andContinue Reading