A variety of talent from the art department faculty is being showcased in the Cyrus M. Running Gallery until Feb. 17. The faculty shows off their own work every year, according to director Susan Lee, for students and the community. Faculty participants are David Boggs, Heidi Goldberg, Ross Hilgers, EricContinue Reading

Home, love and faith. Three small words that hold an infinite amount of meaning. Three small words that Melanie Hoffert explores at length in her intricately crafted nonfiction book “Prairie Silence.” “Prairie Silence,” which was released earlier this month, is an honest look at life on the prairie of NorthContinue Reading

Classic Christmas tunes floated through the atrium Monday, Dec. 3 as the Student Involvement Committee hosted their first-ever holiday party. Student organization leaders were invited to join in the festivities and celebrate all they have accomplished this semester. The “Rockin’ Round the Christmas Tree with SIC” party involved lots ofContinue Reading

The current exhibit showcased in Concordia’s Cyrus M. Running Gallery is a must-see event. This exhibit, “Theatrophilia: Frivolities, Curiosities, and Confusions,” displays recent works by Concordia faculty member and Senior Designer Eddy Barrows. The exhibit runs from Nov. 6 through Dec. 9. The exhibit mesmerizes viewers as Barrows’ colorful, detailedContinue Reading

While there are 115 different clubs and organizations at Concordia, there are also groups on campus that are not considered official clubs. Recently, there has been a push for a secular club that has not been approved, but there there are also other  groups on campus with large memberships thatContinue Reading

Although it is not quite December and the extra pounds from Thanksgiving dinner are not yet lost, people are already thinking about Christmas.  Christmas on campus entails a lot of things, from the Christmas concert to the beautiful lights on campus. This year, however, the campus is not as brightlyContinue Reading

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