Editor’s note:This article was published as part of an April Fool’s Edition of The Concordian Concordia students have voiced their true feelings about their professors for quite some time via the Web site RateMyProfessors.com. Many students turn to the Web site for guidance when selecting classes during registration. Now, Concordia professorsContinue Reading

Editor’s note:This article was published as part of an April Fool’s Edition of The Concordian In a controversial decision on Monday, Concordia’s Campus Color Palette Committee decided to paint the statue of Dr. Joseph L. Knutson, currently located in the Knutson Campus Center, a shade of white. The statue, popularly knownContinue Reading

Just over one week ago, FirstLink Volunteer Coordinator Sara Lepp sat at a computer in Sandbag Central, surrounded by card tables covered in clipboards, ballpoint pens, and loose sand. Lepp was ready to register sandbag volunteers, but there were only a few trickling in the doors of the City ofContinue Reading

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. “In general, casseroles and hotdishes aren’t as popular with students,” said Cindy Hogenson, Concordia’s residential dining manager, glancing at ComfortContinue Reading

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. Baldrick’s Foundation event on Concordia’s campus for next year. The St. Baldrick’s Foundation is a non-profit charity that raises moneyContinue Reading

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 to the 2010 survey. When it came to the aspect of the survey dealing with student-faculty interaction, however, Concordia studentsContinue Reading

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 students enrolled. An average of 2,650 students pay the fee each year after discounting students who do not pay theContinue Reading