On Aug. 20, 2018, Concordia’s own Dr. Jacqueline Bussie released her new book, “Love Without Limits.” Written in a memoir style and rooted in theology, “Love Without Limits” explores what radical love looks like — love without exceptions. Though there was controversy during the publishing process, Bussie was supported by
Wes Anderson has been a subject of study for many students enrolled in Concordia’s Credo Honors program. The class Filmmakers Who Changed the World has focused on Alfred Hitchcock, Charlie Chaplin, and Wes Anderson since its inception, but another film has recently been added to Wes Anderson’s catalogue for study.
Lights. Camera. Action. These three words can make the process of filming a movie sound much simpler than it is, something that 14 Concordia students have learned firsthand over the course of this semester. On Monday, April 23, two short films created by Concordia students will be premiered at the
Silence has never been so terrifying. In his most recent film, John Krasinski—yes, the same John Krasinski that stars as Jim Halpert in “The Office”—has created a unique, powerful thriller that arrived in theaters on April 6. While most horror movies focus on jump scares and increasing volume to startle
Concordia Theatre’s final production of the year will take on topics such as the power of language, existential crises, and the complexities of romance—all at the hands of six student directors. “All in the Timing” is an energetic collection of six one-act plays, all tied together through their unique portrayals
Concordia prides itself on its sustainability efforts, but living sustainably as a student in a residence hall with limited time and resources can be difficult. That is where the Concordia Eco-Representatives, or Eco-Reps, step in. The Eco-Reps program at Concordia “enables students to take a leadership role in their own
The realities of the dating world, from awkward first encounters to uncomfortably long moments of silence, will be brought to the stage in Concordia College Theatre’s upcoming production of “First Date.” Senior theatre arts major Nick Brandt is directing “First Date,” opening on March 22 and running through March 24.
“Black Panther,” the most recent film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, opened last month with incredible success. Directed by Ryan Coogler and starring Chadwick Boseman as Black Panther, the film broke multiple box office records including highest opening weekend for an African-American director, highest opening weekend for a film in
Arias, cadenzas, and concertos drift down the passages of the Hvidsten Hall of Music during March and April, a cacophony of sounds overlapping and intertwining as students prepare for upcoming recitals. Students begin preparing as early as summer, and it all comes down to the wire once the school year