A new Al-Anon group started by Concordia students and open to community members will hold its first meeting on campus tomorrow. As part of a social work methods class taught by professor Laurie Dahley, eight students made an action plan to start the Al-Anon group. Al-Anon aims to support family
This week Student Government Association released a proposal to decrease The Concordian’s funding from $12 per student to $10.50 per student for next school year. The proposed decrease in funding amounts to about $3,500 per year. This comes after last year’s reduction of nearly $5,000. If you are reading this,
More students with voting power will soon have representation within Student Government Association forum meetings, thanks to three bylaw changes from SGA Forum members at their April 19 meeting. In future meetings, up to five members-at-large could become members of the forum if confirmed by existing members of the forum.
A 26-year holiday tradition, “The Nutcracker” will be performed this weekend by the Bonnie Haney Dance and Performing Company at the Moorhead High School stage. Performances will take place at 2 p.m. on Friday and 7 p.m. on Saturday. More than 100 people, ages four to 21, will participate in
A new mathematical finance major and an education studies major was unanimously approved at the Nov. 12 Faculty Senate meeting. The senate approved the new mathematical finance major because students can no longer double major in business and math and graduate in four years, according to the agenda. A mathematical
Concordia has confirmed an apology to Representative Collin Peterson in response to a video recording made last month by student Kate Engstrom and has indicated that she will face no disciplinary action. Concordia spokesperson Roger Degerman issued a statement that says, “President Craft spoke to Rep. Peterson to express regret
Concordia students want to talk about religious pluralism, but some students do not feel accepted on campus, according to results from a recent survey. A campus religious and spiritual climate survey conducted last spring and released last month showed that 99 percent of student respondents had a medium to high
Atmosphere’s hip-hop music is expected to draw new crowds to this year’s Cornstock festival, which has often featured alternative rock groups in the past. Cornstock will begin at 2 p.m. on April 21 on the soccer field near Jake Christiansen Stadium, assuming no rain, and headliner Atmosphere will conclude at