Four flights of stairs below the stage in the Frances Comstock Memorial Theatre are boxes filled with vampire teeth, prosthetic monster masks, beaded fabrics, and a powder that mimics blood when mixed with water. The Concordia College theatre department is preparing for William McNulty’s adaptation of Bram Stoker’s “Dracula,” opening
Each year on Homecoming Weekend, alumni return to campus to watch the football game, but this year, one alum will be playing percussion in the Cobber Athletic Band, rather than just sitting in the stands. Joey Bjornson, ‘15 alum will be the percussionist joining The Cobber Athletic Band, also referred
Happy While She’s Gone,” a short narrative comedy created by students in the Film and Literature Core Capstone class taught by English professor Dr. Dawn Duncan, will be playing in the South Dakota Film Festival Sunday morning on Oct. 4 during the ninth session, which is the Family Friendly Day.
Students without visiting families find ways to make memories during Family Weekend As Family Weekend approaches, senior Kylie Windecker thinks of her parents, who who died from illness in 2009 and 2013. She remembers watching old black and white films with her dad and having long conversations with her mom,
According to the student census report released on Sept. 10, located on Concordia’s Institutional Effectiveness page, the number of fulltime students at Concordia has dropped by 207 since last year – from 2,332 students to 2,125 students. The number of fulltime students at Concordia follows a two -year downward trend,
Concordia students learn to confront global peace tactics Students representing 89 different countries met in Norway this summer in an effort to have meaningful conversations about peace. Alex Gray and Matthew Lillehaugen were selected to represent Concordia in the 2015 Peace Scholars program. The two students spent one week in