Faculty members receive 100K digital humanities grant

Faculty members receive 100K digital humanities grant

Concordia College has received a $100,000 grant from the Mellon Foundation that focuses on digital humanities. The Mellon Foundation encouraged Concordia College to apply for the grant, aware of Concordia’s […]

 

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    Search for enrollment VP continues

    The quest for a new VP of Enrollment continues With the vacant position in the vice president of enrollment, Concordia is on the move to find the next individual to […]

     
  • Speech team speaks for itself

    Speech team speaks for itself

    Concordia’s nationally-ranked speech team continues to excel in competitions while exploring important topics that have yet to hit the newsstands. Speech students search day after day for interesting, compelling topics. […]

     
  • More than brick and mortar

    More than brick and mortar

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    Green boxes to go

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  • Sunny disposition: Concordia approaching solar panels

    Sunny disposition: Concordia approaching solar panels

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  • No one rides for free

    No one rides for free

    Regents’ scholarship is no more Full-ride scholarships have become extinct at Concordia. This year, students applying to Concordia will not have the opportunity to compete for the Regents’ Scholarship due […]

     
  • After Bearson’s death, campus safety steps up

    After Bearson’s death, campus safety steps up

    In response to the passing of NDSU freshman Thomas Bearson, Concordia’s Public Safety means to step up their game. After his disappearance on Sept. 20 and the subsequent discovery of […]

     
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    Major woes: Liberal arts applied

    In response to rising tuition costs, students around the country begin to question whether or not the degrees they’ve chosen justify the money they’ve spent. According to a survey conducted […]

     
  • Evening the odds: Gender Equity Approached

    Evening the odds: Gender Equity Approached

    Two open session meetings were held Friday afternoon, Oct. 3 for staff, faculty and administrators in regarding “Gender Equity and the Status of Women at Concordia College.” The Gender Equity […]