From dining center to science labs Snackbar, coffeehouse, bookstore, post office. Normandy, the space above the Cobber bookstore, has served an array of purposes over the years. This year, it will transform once again from a storage area to a temporary lab space for the science department. Ivers and Jones
Professor of communication studies and theater art, Greg Carlson shows his students a glimpse of what majoring in film can do for them in the future. After several years of producing, directing and writing short films, Carlson is recognized for two of his most recent productions. Carlson showed his students
What is that smell? Around campus, students have noticed a nose-wrinkling smell wafting in the air. It has been most commonly noticed in the entrances of the buildings, according to sophomore, Monika Shukel. “My friend and I were leaving from choir and we saw brown footsteps coming in,” Shukel said.
Helping or hurting our community? Around campus, you can hear whispers of certain organizations being represented more than others. Within the Concordia community, college organizations have created various cliques, defined by students’ interests. Freshmen social work major, Hayley Gunderson, has noticed the different ways in which organizations have been recognized.
A band director’s daughter grows up hearing various symphonies and sees many violins. In fourth grade, she is finally drawn to the orchestra and her journey as a violinist begins. Now a violin professor of 12 years, Jane Capistran can say she has played with Mannheim Steamroller. “I’ve heard their
Voices of Vision, a program that brings well-known and influential speakers to the Fargo-Moorhead area, has invited former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Terry Bradshaw to talk about his take on success in business. This is not the only year that Voices of Vision has brought a big name to this area.