Stepping out of the world of concrete and electric circuits and into the Rourke Art Gallery’s most recent exhibit, “Stoked: Five Artists of Fire and Clay” reminds the viewer of the human connection to nature and to the soil. The five artists represented, master potter Richard Bresnahan and four ofContinue Reading

The stark, mysterious, grassland hills of southeastern North Dakota have taken over Concordia’s Cyrus M. Running Gallery. The gallery’s walls have been pushed away to make room for nature, which has come bringing seasons, storms and tales of the land. Art Professor Heidi Goldberg’s show Livets dans (The Dance ofContinue Reading

The 2011 Writer’s Festival will begin next Wednesday, Oct. 5 when three award-winning writers from the Twin Cities area visit campus classrooms. Poet Tim Nolan, author of “The Sound of It,” fiction writer Peter Geye, author of “Safe from the Sea,” and Star Tribune senior book editor Laurie Hertzel willContinue Reading

With many textbook and Moodle assignments throughout the week, Concordia students often complain about not having ample time for leisure reading. During the semester it is nearly impossible to read something non-class related. Over the weekend some are able to start reading a novel, but it’s hard to complete by SundayContinue Reading