Bruce Vieweg, who came to Concordia in April of 2007 as Chief Information Officer and Associate Provost, now has another job to add to his long title: Interim Dean of Students. Vieweg, one of six children, grew up in Massachusetts and went on to get a bachelor’s degree in musicContinue Reading

Former Dean of Students Raymond Ou formally informed the campus of his resignation in a mass e-mail to the Concordia community on Dec. 14, and on Dec. 20, Bruce Vieweg was named the Interim Dean of Students. Ou gave his resignation notice to Provost Mark Krejci shortly before the campusContinue Reading

Shopping during the Christmas season can be tricky, especially on a student schedule and budget, so here’s a guide to help you on your holiday shopping endeavors. We’ve broken gifts down into five main categories: Twi-hard, sustainable person, manly man, girly girl and wild card. These categories might not beContinue Reading

Peering into the windows of someone’s home is the main focus of the new exhibit sponsored by the Introduction to Digital Photography class taught by Steve Rezac. The new photo exhibit, which will be pitch-black, is currently untitled. It will only be on display to the public during the nightContinue Reading

The 40 Days for Life campaign, which started Sept. 22 and extends until Oct. 31, aims to pray and fast to end abortion. However, people in the community have varying beliefs on this national campaign. 40 Days for Life, which started in 2004, currently takes place in over 200 locationsContinue Reading

While working on updating and expanding the parking lot by the Jake Christensen Stadium, contractors, engineers and college administrators had a startling discovery: a large but unknown number of preserved trees buried beneath the soil. There are a few different theories about how the trees were buried deep in theContinue Reading

Concordia freshman and senior students are, in general, significantly more satisfied than the other private and public schools and universities who participated in the National Survey of Student Engagement, according to the 2010 survey. When it came to the aspect of the survey dealing with student-faculty interaction, however, Concordia studentsContinue Reading

Junior Natalie Barnes will be running for Miss Minnesota International in March, and in doing so she aims to dismantle the stereotypes and fallacies about pageants. Barnes currently has the title of Miss Litchfield (her hometown) and Miss Meeker County International, which is part of the reason she was eligibleContinue Reading