With graduation just around the corner, many Cobbers are wondering what the future may hold. Some may have grand plans to travel the world for work, but for three Cobber alumni, staying in the Midwest has provided an opportunity to continue collaborating with their college classmates. Margot Peterson ’10, Lauren
Concordia Theatre’s final production of the year will take on topics such as the power of language, existential crises, and the complexities of romance—all at the hands of six student directors. “All in the Timing” is an energetic collection of six one-act plays, all tied together through their unique portrayals
The realities of the dating world, from awkward first encounters to uncomfortably long moments of silence, will be brought to the stage in Concordia College Theatre’s upcoming production of “First Date.” Senior theatre arts major Nick Brandt is directing “First Date,” opening on March 22 and running through March 24.
Concordia’s own are proving that you are never too young to start your own company. Clever Mukori, a 2017 Concordia College graduate, is launching an online educational services platform called Learn or Teach, where students and teachers can connect in an online learning community. “Learn or Teach is an education
Dr. Hilda Koster, associate professor in Concordia’s religion department, and her co-editor Dr. Grace Ji-Sun Kim have released a book entitled “Planetary Solidarity: Global Women’s Voices on Christian Doctrine and Climate Justice.” An opportunity to gather and celebrate the book was held on Feb. 9, but the book was originally