Two years ago Sharon Hoverson, Carl B. Ylvisaker library director, received a call from Gerald “Jerry” Connelly, who told her about his large media collection of classic American movies, Golden Age radio programs, television series and books. “You know, I’d like to give this to Concordia,” he said. “Would youContinue Reading

Campus Entertainment Commission will be hosting the fourth annual Concordia Health Fair on Jan. 27. The health fair will focus on six main areas of wellness: physical, emotional, spiritual, environmental, intellectual, and occupational. This year, the health fair will feature 34 separate organizations, including a dozen on-campus organizations and aContinue Reading

On Jan. 18, Student Government Association will help students celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day with the help of Campus Ministry Commission and Campus Service Commission. The events, which will take place throughout the day, will feature speakers, a video presentation, and a variety of service projects to be carriedContinue Reading

Minnesota state police participated in a campaign to enforce the state’s new Primary Seat Belt Law on Oct. 9 to 22, according to a press release by the Minnesota Department of Public Safety. The release said over 10,000 seat belt citations were issued during the campaign. Seventy-one of the citationsContinue Reading

Starting this year, all Concordia students graduating in 2011 and beyond will need to begin thinking about what they need to do for their senior capstone. The capstones will be the final aspect of the four-part core curriculum that is part of all students’ academic careers. Yet many students doContinue Reading

Concordia’s chapter of Habitat for Humanity announced seven spring break destinations, including a new trip open for alumni participation at a meeting Nov. 1 in Jones Science Center 212. The 2009 Habitat for Humanity board announced the trip locations: Birmingham, Ala., Tupelo, Miss., Santa Fe, N.M., Taos, N.M., Dade City,Continue Reading