Photo by Beth Meemken. Senior artist Michaela Chorn’s self portrait with colorful eyes and oil on canvas.

Senior Art Exhibit in full swing at Concordia

This year’s Concordia seniors will soon be heading out the doors to fulfill their life goals. For those seniors majoring in art, the Senior Art Exhibit provides a last chance […]

 

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  • Photo by Beth Meemken. “Society’s Image,” a mixed media art piece by Kate Hammero.

    Students showcase art

    The Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition is now showcasing student art through the end of March in Concordia’s Cyrus M. Running Gallery. The showcase allows students to display their works […]

     
  • Submitted by Lindsay Jacobs. Over mid-semester break, 138 Cobbers on seven buses traveled across the United States to help others in need for Habitat for Humanity projects. Above: A photo taken on the Charleston, S.C., group’s last day on site at Sea Island Habitat.

    Habitat trip leaves lasting impression

    Over mid-semester break, 138 Cobbers on seven buses traveled across the United States to help others in need for Habitat for Humanity projects. The seven trips taken this year included […]

     
  • Photo by Meg Pittelko. Students will be able to enter to win door prizes and walk away with some cool stuff at the Health Fair on Friday March 8.

    Health Fair to be held Friday March 8

    This year’s Health Fair will be held from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Friday in the Centrum. The event’s purpose is to educate and inform students and community members. […]

     
  • Photo by Jordan Elton. Students were asked to sign a petition and decorate a water droplet for display in the Knutson campus center.

    SEA urges students to buy reusable water bottles

    Last week, approximately 300 students signed a petition to stop the sale of Cobber Water on Concordia’s campus. The Student Environmental Alliance promoted this petition throughout Feb. 4-7, aiming to […]

     
  • Photo by Beth Meemken. Probst brings her talents to Carl B. library. Although she will be working with a smaller staff, Probst is excited for the experience.

    Carl B. welcomes a new face

    Carl B. Ylvisaker Library is welcoming a new director, Laure Probst, this month. Probst has joined Concordia’s community after about 30 years of library work in larger universities around the […]

     
  • Photo by Beth Meemken. The library staff looks forward to welcoming a new director.

    Library director retires after 32 years

    Concordia faculty member, Sharon Hoverson, will be retiring within the next month. She will be leaving her position as library director after 32 years of service to the Carl B. […]