Students gathered in Barry Auditorium on Tuesday, Feb. 13, for a service opportunity to tie blankets for children ages 0-18 who are affected by illness or traumatic life events. Campus Events Commission partnered with a nonprofit called Project Linus to host the event. According to Project Linus’s website, the organization
Campus Entertainment Commission offers events almost every week. With options ranging from trivia nights to Zumba to Cornstock; there is, in theory, something for everyone. But, as a member of CEC who attends a decent number of events, I don’t see a very wide variety of students represented. And, if
Be assured, Cobbers can leave their dresses and neckties in their dorms on Friday of homecoming weekend. In place of Concordia’s longstanding, traditional Harvest Ball, Campus Entertainment Committee and Homecoming Committee have teamed up to host a game night called “Bunco@ Conco.” Though the Harvest ball has been held for
Members of the Campus Entertainment Commission, CEC, are preparing to announce this year’s Cornstock line-up. The announcement that will happen on February 14 is the culmination of a process that began months ago. Picking the Headliner One of the first steps in preparing for Cornstock is picking a headlining band.
Campus Entertainment Commission, or CEC, welcomed October to Concordia in style with the first annual Zombie Run last Saturday. The Zombie Run consisted of running a course around campus with four different “Zombie Zones” throughout. The course started and ended at the bell tower. Most students at the event participated
With classes in full swing and homework piling up, students are looking for ways to de-stress. Campus Entertainment Committee is offering a variety of on campus events this year for the fraction of the cost that would be required for doing the same activities off campus. Concordia students pay a
Campus Entertainment Commission, Campus Ministry Commission, and Campus Service Commission joined forces to put on an outdoor bash for the community last Saturday. Mikka Langmo, CEC Concerts and Dance Commissioner, said the purpose of the event was to bring people and the commissions together. “[It is] also to advertise and