Textbook buying is a task every student has to tackle, and one many have managed to maneuver for the benefit of their bank accounts. Some book-buying strategies are more cost effective than others, and students try to find best deals they can, including here on campus. There are a variety
Upperclassmen: drop that caramel roll and take note. Worry about weight gain does not end with the Freshman 15, according to a new study conducted by Indiana University, Bloomington. The study included 1,672 students at Indiana University and found that freshmen spend four more hours exercising per week than seniors.
The Concordia Education Club had an apple party earlier this year, and it was one reason senior Molly Kupper was selected to attend a national education conference. Kupper was one of four Minnesota students chosen to attend the Connections Conference, a national education conference in Orlando, Fla., from Oct. 4
In metal folding chairs just outside the Memorial Auditorium box office, the early birds were sure to get the worms they wanted. The 2010 Christmas Concert tickets went on sale Nov. 2 just before 9 a.m. As the box office windows rolled open, patient concertgoers – some who had arrived
Riah Roe, a junior, went online to check his debit card balance in early October, wondering whether a paycheck had been added to his account. Instead of a paycheck, he found $1,200 missing and a recent purchase from Hat World. “And I didn’t even know what Hat World was,” Roe
In addition to traditional recruitment promotions like post cards and phone calls, prospective students can also receive information about Concordia from blogs written by current students employed by the Office of Communications and Marketing. The student experiences in the blogs show prospective students what life is like at Concordia, said
The first play in the 2010-11 Concordia theater season, “What the Butler Saw,” is a farce written by English playwright Joe Orton. The play begins with a mistake, said director David Wintersteen, and the plot takes off from there. “The consequences snowball,” he said, “and characters make choices they think
The laptop debate: Are they needed in class? The Communication Studies and Theatre Art department has discussed whether or not to ban laptops in the classroom, according to Aileen Buslig, associate professor and chair of the CSTA department. “There was a strong leaning toward having a department policy,” Buslig said.
Interim president Dr. Paul Dovre is no stranger to Concordia College. Dovre was president of Concordia for 24 years, and has served as interim president once before. While the circumstances of his return are tragic, he said, the campus has been welcoming and encouraging. “The strength of the community is