As the college strives to find a diversity officer for its new diversity initiative, some hispanic students on campus find the lack of diversity to impact the campus in negative ways for both national and international students, but also find avenues where Concordia exceeds in incorporating other cultures onto campus.
Fargo-Moorhead feature film Supermoto, starring Concordia alum and faculty, will be world premiered at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festival on April 15 and 16 at St. Anthony Main Theatre. Supermoto follows the story of Ruby, a woman who wakes up alone in a motel room. Her abusive boyfriend has
Spanish Professor Eduardo Gargurevich passed away on Sunday, March 12. A memorial service will be held Monday, March 23, at 7 p.m. at First Lutheran Church, 619 Broadway in Fargo. Gargurevich, originally from Peru, started working at Concordia in 1994 – 23 years ago–after teaching at Auburn University in Alabama.
Eighteen theatre students participated at the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival last week where students made it into the finals, and one won it all. Senior Melissa Thurn won first place in the National Costume Design Award for the costumes she designed for “The Country Wife.” She showcased her
ST PAUL Every Green line on the metro transit station squished hundreds of people in Minneapolis last Saturday morning. People wearing pink, wearing pussy hats and holding signs poured out of the buses, metro lines and taxis at St. Paul College. Individuals joined the mass at the college and marched.
Student Republicans speak to their political experiences on campus A survey demonstrated that a little over a third of the student body voted for Donald Trump, yet public republicans say they feel as if they have a target on their backs. According to the Political Science Cobber Political Values Default
On the National Day of Protest, the protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline continued in Fargo. On Tuesday, Concordia students and community members marched on Veterans Memorial Bridge to spread the message that building the pipeline infringes on indigenous rights, water safety and the climate’s health. The National Day of
Around 60 people gathered on the Veterans Bridge on Sunday afternoon. Burrowed in coats, hats and mittens the people held their signs of protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline and Fargo police involvement to passing cars. Children even got involved; a young boy made a sign saying, “Don’t go to
DAPL visibly opposed by Student Environmental Alliance “Water is life, water is life!” the college students shouted as they walked along 8th Street. They held their hand-painted cardboard signs high, expressing “We stand with Standing Rock,” “Oil is not sustainable,” “Protect water, protect life” and more. Passerbyers stopped and stared,
Study for religion and film tests, write reflection paper, plan the next SALSA meeting, work on intercultural communication project, schedule interviews for documentary, write blogs for internship, look for post-grad jobs, attend meetings for extracurriculars, write articles for the paper – all of this has to be completed before fall