Putting students first

The entrée at Comfort on a Thursday morning in February is Lutheran Hotdish—not a favorite but well-liked enough that it shows up in the menu every four or five weeks. […]

 

More in Campus

  • Hip Hop Summit defies labels

    The Hip Hop Summit is a day-long, interactive event at Concordia that teaches attendees about the elements of hip hop. This year’s summit will be held on Mar. 6 and […]

     
  • Shearing for a cause

    Sophomore Ted Rinell, one of the student leaders of the Concordia Haitian Relief Fund, is already tackling a new fundraising project. Rinell is in the process of organizing a St. […]

     
  • And the survey says…

    Concordia freshman and senior students are, in general, significantly more satisfied than the other private and public schools and universities who participated in the National Survey of Student Engagement, according […]

     
  • The Student Activity Fee

    If you are a Concordia student earning at least one credit, you pay a student activity fee. This year and last year, the fee was $210. Concordia has approximately 2,800 […]

     
  • What is the cost to teach?

    During the second semester of every year, senior education majors are required to student teach for 10 weeks. This semester, Concordia will have 50 education majors learning to be teachers […]

     
  • Doing it her way

    Junior Natalie Barnes will be running for Miss Minnesota International in March, and in doing so she aims to dismantle the stereotypes and fallacies about pageants. Barnes currently has the […]

     
  • On-campus worship service offers a Remedy

    A student-led worship service on campus called the Remedy has had over 120 people in attendance each week since the start of the new school year. The catch is, they […]

     
  • Study abroad numbers down, college seeks solution

    Psychology professor Mona Ibrahim recently flew to southern Turkey to visit the village of Urfa, the birthplace of the prophet Abraham, to establish connections and finish plans for her summer […]

     
  • A Survivor’s Story

    Connie Peterson is stateside now, but her thoughts are still with the people she left behind in Haiti. After four days of emergency medical care, carrying people through rubble, and […]