The seats in the Centrum filled to capacity this past Thursday night. Some students were laughing and socializing with friends. Others sat in silence in preparation for the somber presentation. For the first time since 2002, Concordia held a September 11th memorial service, hosted by campus’ College Republicans. The themeContinue Reading

Some winter-sick college students may have spent spring break lounging on the beaches of Florida, but members of the High-Impact Leadership Trip returned with more than bronzed bodies. The HILT is an annual student-organized trip that targets locations of social, economic and environmental struggle. This past spring break, 18 ConcordiaContinue Reading

17 departments conduct research on campus Student research that began at Concordia over the summer is starting to take off. The kinds of research conducted by Concordia students ranges from assisting in writing textbooks, to traveling to a dinosaur dig site in Montana. Siri Manning, a senior political science major,Continue Reading

It was a lunch date that started it: the relationship between the nation’s 35th most wealthy individual and Concordia College. On a beautifully blue-skied 70-degree day in April 2010, Concordia hosted an event called “Lunch with a Titan,” which was arranged to introduce local business leaders and politicians to HaroldContinue Reading

Bill Gates will speak in Memorial Auditorium on April 27 for the dedication of the Grant Center, home of the Offutt School of Business. Gates is a co-founder of Microsoft and co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, which addresses global challenges such as poverty, healthcare and education. PresidentContinue Reading

She calls it her “rad school search.” What most see as a stressful–and often expensive–graduate school search process, she has turned into a friendly competition. Laura Pancoast, along with four other senior vocal performance majors, is busy with the frenzy of activity caused from applying to graduate schools. After herContinue Reading