Symposiums to focus on China, Middle East

Symposiums to focus on China, Middle East

Concordia will bounce around the globe in future symposiums. The Concordia community will learn how our region plays a significant role with the rest of the world in the upcoming […]

 

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  • Changes in music education curriculum

    Changes in music education curriculum

    Music education majors will experience a curriculum change next year when the Choral Literature course will change into Teaching Choral Music. Dr. Julie Hagen, assistant professor and coordinator of Music […]

     
  • Body Talk

    Body Talk

    Philosophy Colloquium addresses body image woes Students leaned forward in their desks, faces scrunched in deep thought. Professors scratched their head, then scribbled a note down as Dr. Michelle Lelwica, […]

     
  • A glimpse into the life of a freelance photographer

    A glimpse into the life of a freelance photographer

    Concordia student Bri Lee continues to build her professional portfolio Swirls of blue, purple and green tangle around the supercilious, cobalt peacock as he ignores the clicks of the camera, […]

     
  • Tri-College students discuss abortion at film screening

    Tri-College students discuss abortion at film screening

    In honor of the 42nd anniversary of Roe v. Wade – the Supreme Court Case that declared anti-abortion laws unconstitutional – North Dakota State University held a screening of Obvious […]

     
  • Retention rates fluctuate, but stronger than in past

    Retention rates fluctuate, but stronger than in past

    Finances a factor in some students’ decision to leave Concordia Though Concordia has seen slowly shrinking enrollment numbers, the retention rates tell a different story. Mike Reese, Director of Student […]

     
  • Not just the ‘ugly sister’

    Not just the ‘ugly sister’

    Moorhead Mayor plans to revive city for students Mayor Del Rae Williams plans to revive Moorhead by reconstructing the downtown area and the mall, getting college students more involved within […]

     
  • Snowflakes fly; wave CobBikes goodbye

    Snowflakes fly; wave CobBikes goodbye

    On November 20 and 21, the COBBikes will be stored away for the winter. Rest assured, they will return in the spring. The bikes will be stored in the restrooms […]

     
  • Knutson open for business around the clock

    Knutson open for business around the clock

    On November 3, Student Government Association announced that Knutson Campus Center will now be open all hours of the day so students have access to printing and areas to study […]

     
  • Calendar talk

    Calendar talk

    Concordia proposes 4-4-1 calendar change The Campus Conversation meeting on Oct. 29 shows Concordia favors the idea of changing the calendar to a “4-4-1,” as well as integrating more hands-on […]