On Thursday, Feb. 9, Concordia played host to New York Times columnist, author, and political and cultural commentator David Brooks as one of the 125th Anniversary President’s Seminars. Speaking to a nearly packed Memorial Auditorium, Brooks’ lecture was titled “Faith, Leadership, and the Arts of Citizenship.” Brooks was introduced byContinue Reading

From October 12 to 14 the Concordia College English department was able to play host to three professional writers from Minnesota and Iowa. Peter C. Brown, was the featured fiction writer and author of multiple books including his latest novel, The Fugitive Wife, which he discussed during his time onContinue Reading

For the first time in its history, Concordia has an official Pre-Law Society to complement the highly successful academic program. The student organization, whose constitution was written up by seniors Liam Nuhring and Ian Lane, had its first meeting on Sept. 28 of this year. “Our hope for the clubContinue Reading

Some events canceled by Student Government Association; disappoints campus democrat, republican leaders Concordia hosted Political Awareness Week on campus Oct. 13-17, though few students may have known. Originally, the week was supposed to be a nonpartisan attempt at raising students’ political involvement in time for elections on Nov. 4. However,Continue Reading