The religion department recently sponsored a film series to prepare students for the Thompson Lecture featuring Mazin Qumsiyeh on Oct. 25. It has been three years since the last Thompson Lecture, which honors the memory of Dr. Joseph Thompson, a Concordia College graduate who worked with the Lutheran World FederationContinue Reading

On Sunday April 15th, the lights go down in the Fargo Theatre; the audience, comprised of Concordia students, family and community members, excitedly waits to view the short films created by the students of the English Film and Literature Capstone course. The course, which includes students from many majors includingContinue Reading

Tales as old as time never get old. And that’s exactly the case with Beauty and the Beast, which many of us grew up with. Disney recently re-released this 1991 movie to theaters in both remastered form and 3D. Although almost everyone knows the plot of this charming French story,Continue Reading

“Nothing beats a Disney classic” is what one movie-goer said after seeing “The Lion King” in brand new 3-D technology. There is always some hesitation when an old favorite gets a new twist, but the subtle yet charming updates make this show worth the extra cash. The first thing IContinue Reading