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

It is one minute until class ends; everyone’s notes are put away and yet the professor’s lecture continues. If you are like most students, your eyes are probably glued to the classroom clock, which you may have noticed getting digital makeovers over the past couple of years. Rebecca Amundsen, directorContinue Reading

There are some people who believe Minnesota has only two—albeit unequally distributed—seasons: hot and humid summer and nostril-freezing winter. But here in the Red River Valley, we acknowledge two short-lived bridges to those unpleasant times: flood season and the wonderful, picturesque autumn. As we transition from the dog-days to theContinue Reading