Opening your mailbox and expecting to get nothing but another Campus Entertainment Commission event card, you are surprised to find a small hand-made card inside with the logo “Kaia Kards” written on the back. This is an experience that many students have had over the past four years; and theContinue Reading

The Stage at Island Park in Fargo, ND is hosting works from two Concordia students. Michaela Chorn, a senior this year, and Andrea Wagner, a Concordia alumna, both received the SGA Undergraduate Research Fellowship award. Both, Chorn and Wagner studied under Professor David Boggs. The students’ works are on displayContinue Reading

“Voices to Vision” is a collection of art from genocide survivors from different parts of the world. The exhibit will be running in the Cyrus M. Running Gallery until September 16. For the exhibit, a team of artists created each piece from the memories and experiences of survivors. Each pieceContinue Reading

A weathered key protecting a lost secret, the pronged-ends of a fork, a worn pencil that has seen many pages and the hinges of doors no longer swinging—a rather uncommon grouping of objects—looked at home with one another in the works of art instructor, Mike Marth. Faculty members of theContinue Reading

Jingle bells, tinsel and holly light up the Concordia campus, but it’s what Cobbers are doing behind the scenes that set their holiday traditions apart. Whether it’s reading Wuthering Heights every Christmas or watching Lethal Weapon until Santa comes to town, Concordia’s students are celebrating the holidays in their ownContinue Reading

Many art fans were mingling outside the Concordia Cyrus M. Running Gallery on Nov. 8 and nibbling on the spread of cheeses, cookies and punch provided for the special occasion. At four o’clock, the gallery opened for the reception of the Annual Juried Student Exhibition, which offers a wide rangeContinue Reading