Despite a mid-October announcement stating retirement plans, Bruce Vieweg, chief information officer, has decided to cancel those plans indefinitely. “I’ve been known to change my mind,” Vieweg said. Vieweg made the counter-announcement Monday on Facebook, claiming: “the summer of 2017. I’ve determined that the time simply isn’t right . .
Be assured, Cobbers can leave their dresses and neckties in their dorms on Friday of homecoming weekend. In place of Concordia’s longstanding, traditional Harvest Ball, Campus Entertainment Committee and Homecoming Committee have teamed up to host a game night called “Bunco@ Conco.” Though the Harvest ball has been held for
Identifying angst about refugee resettlement Walking into LSS these days isn’t as simple as stepping into the lobby, strolling down the hall and knocking on doors. Resembling the visitation process of public schools, walkins must check into the front desk, stating their business or appointment. For the remainder of their
Bookworms, aspiring writers and curious community members alike were invited last friday to the Concordia-hosted National Book Awards and a discussion about the minds of octopi and mentally ill teenagers. This year, the atrium welcomed Sy Montgomery, winner of the nonfiction award, and Neal Shusterman, winner of the fiction award.
Though still in the process of refinement, Concordia has begun to enforce stricter rules upon catering activities, specifically in regard to outside caterers. “It’s not technically a new policy — this policy has been in practice for a number of years,” said Roger Olson, director of Concordia’s risk management department,
In an email sent to Concordia faculty and alumni on Jan. 29, Concordia President William Craft officially announced program changes designed to remedy the $2.7 million budget shortfall. Minutes later, Concordia Dean Eric Eliason sent a similar email to students. The emails said nine majors will no longer be offered
Homeowners of any kind can sympathize with the unrelenting effects of subzero temperatures on daily life: frozen pipes, dead car batteries, leaky windows and door jambs, low morale. Truly cold days transform “home” into a battleground against the elements, and it would be insane to cross into enemy territory. Students,
Though many Cobbers imagine vast distances between themselves and their futures, Handshake, Concordia’s replacement for Career Link, hopes to bring them within arm’s reach of careers. Since the Jan. 4 launch of the Career Center’s new job seeking web service, Sara Johnson, Concordia’s employer and alumni relations manager, said the site