Minimum wage increases, Concordia’s budget does not

Minimum wage increases, Concordia’s budget does not

Initial fears that student worker’s hours could have been reduced largely did not pan out While Concordia work-study wages increased last August with the state’s minimum wage increase to $8 […]

 

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  • Concordia to be prime sponsor of AWP Conference

    Concordia to be prime sponsor of AWP Conference

    Concordia College is the premier sponsor of this year’s Association of Writers and Writing Programs Conference on April 8-11. More than 13,000 writers will fill the Minneapolis Convention Center accompanied […]

     
  • 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 […]

     
  • Study abroad numbers up

    Study abroad numbers up

    Australia, Ireland programs maintain strong student numbers A surprising 66 students signed up to study abroad in the fall 2015 semester and acceptance letters have begun to appear in P.O. […]

     
  • Lost and found hopes to lose neglected items

    Lost and found hopes to lose neglected items

    Before you blame your roommate for a missing hat, mitten, or water bottle, you may want to check the lost and found to claim it – before someone else does. […]

     
  • AfterWork submissions now accepted for publication in April

    AfterWork submissions now accepted for publication in April

    AfterWork, an annually published art and literary journal run by Concordia students, is now accepting submissions. The editors at AfterWork are looking for student submissions in poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and […]

     
  • Under construction: Science buildings to undergo renovations starting in 2016

    Under construction: Science buildings to undergo renovations starting in 2016

    For Concordia students, the rumors about a renovation to the Jones and Ivers science buildings are nothing new. In fact, some have stopped speculating and have perhaps given up hope […]

     
  • Why the longer breaks this year?

    Why the longer breaks this year?

    In years past, Thanksgiving Break has been Thursday through Sunday but this year students can look forward to having the Wednesday before Thanksgiving off as well. Ericka Peterson, a Concordia […]

     
  • Uncovering snow days

    Uncovering snow days

    The how and why behind canceling classes The Grumbles have started. As the wind starts to bite fingers and the ice tests our balance, many look forward to only two things: Christmas […]