For the second year in a row, Jacqueline Bussie, religion professor and director of Concordia’s Forum on Faith and Life, has been invited to speak in Washington, D.C., and she has once again given her students the privilege to take her place. Sept. 22, Bussie and Concordia’s three Interfaith Scholars
Freshman Hunter Huff Towle was just planning to show up to the first Concordia Orchestra rehearsal and taking his seat somewhere in the line of violins. But after the audition results were posted Sept. 28, a high school friend passed him on the sidewalk and congratulated him on making Concertmaster.
Long before the new Offutt School of Business building was conceptualized, a different business-related idea was a-brewing at Concordia. According to Greg Cant, dean of OSB, the concept of a student-run business at Concordia was first suggested about four years ago by Scheels CEO Steve D. Scheel during a meeting
Roberts hopes to increase focus on international and interdisciplinary options In the intense debate that will likely crop up over which of Concordia’s two coffee shops is best, John Roberts, the new chair of the college’s music department, might side with the newly opened, Starbucks-serving The BREW in the Offutt
Leaping across the ocean—to another world, to another way of talking, to another way of dressing and to another culture—seems so far away, but with some work, help and patience, students can study abroad. Joy Navratil, student coordinator in the Global Studies Department, works with students who wish to study
Last month six Concordia students found out they will be embarking on a journey to South Korea with two art professors through a grant sponsored by the ASIANetwork organization. Susan Lee, assistant professor of art, and Heidi Goldberg, associate professor of art, hand-selected each of the students to apply as