Concordia’s marketing team, admissions representatives and I all have something in common: we are well-versed in the art of deception. Concordia College is, well, a college. And in order to be successful, a college needs to have students. In order to have students, a college needs to appear appealing. What
Students gather interviews on a relative’s past using a free app called StoryCorps What’s the greatest risk you’ve ever taken? Concordia students in Scott Olsen’s Adventure, Exploration, and Risk Inquiry Seminar posed this question to relatives, friends and members of their community over Thanksgiving break. Olsen, an English professor, asked
For many high school students thinking about college, the sticker price of higher education is a daunting number. College tuition may become even more alarming to some students due to the discontinuation of the Federal Perkins Loan, which became effective Sept. 30, 2015. The Perkins Loan was a federal financial
Professors talk about student feedback At the end of each semester, professors read evaluations completed by students who have taken their classes. Professors look at the averages of both the numerical scores they are given and the comments that students leave. The comments section proves to be the most helpful
As many Concordia students already know, the Concordia College Career Center is a useful resource for current students seeking assistance when it comes to finding on-campus and off-campus employment. The Career Center, located in Academy 101, offers a diverse number workshops throughout the year that assist students with resume writing,
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
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.
An Oct. 15 debate between Kent Eken and Phil Hansen for State Senate has students planning to vote next week buzzing about a race other than the presidential one. Moorhead is located in district four for Minnesota’s senate districts and two candidates are currently running for the senate spot. Eken