A combination of artistic talents and four years of academic guidance has once again culminated into the Senior Art Exhibition. From March 27 to May 6, 21 young professionals will show their strongest works of art from their time at Concordia. This is the seniors’ chance to use the critical
Miss Scarlet in the ballroom with the candlestick. Does this string of words sound familiar? That’s because it comes from the murder mystery board game “Clue” that many played as children. Earlier this month, members of the community had the chance to act out the game as characters in Fargo-Moorhead
A benefit concert to raise money toward ending sex trafficking will be held at Monday at 7 p.m. in the Centrum. The concert, organized by the campus club Hope is Possible, will feature the college’s horn choir, clarinet choir and a clarinet quartet, along with several music professors and students.
Women of Concordia, and even a few men, gathered to watch MissRepresentation, a documentary that illustrates the distortion of women in the media, March 5 with Campus Entertainment Commission. Written and directed by Jennifer Seibel Newsom, the film describes how the media makes it difficult for women to achieve leadership
This winter and spring the Concordia sponsored program F/M Communiversity plans to offer 29 college-like classes without homework or tests to community members. People of all ages and backgrounds can attend. F/M Communiversity, which combines the words community and university, started in 1965 when Rev. Loren Halvorson from the American
In the last two years the reality show “Extreme Couponing” has shown how people save hundreds of dollars on groceries and other items. While this show may be fun to watch, for most people, using that many coupons isn’t practical. “I think people are unaware or lazy,” sophomore Emilie Bowman
Zumba, a Latin inspired form of exercise, has many students around campus setting down their books and homework to dance. Sophomore Alexa Bateman began instructing classes last year for eight to 20 of her friends in the Park Region lounge. This year, Bateman and Spanish professor Amy Ashbaugh made Zumba