The Patriot Award was given to Deb Lee, Concordia’s director of Dining Services, on Sept., 22, to recognize the extra responsibilities she took on when a co-worker was on leave for National Guard training. According to the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve Web site, the ESGR rewards employersContinue Reading

Concordia’s fall Student Lecture Series kicked off Oct. 8 with senior Mackenzie Kane’s lecture on fact and fiction within Bernard Malamud’s “The Fixer.” Mads Schimdt Christensen and Sean Volk follow with lectures on Nov. 3 and Nov. 19, respectively. The Student Lecture Series is in its 21st year. It recognizesContinue Reading

Karl Rove engaged several students in one-on-one conversations before a crowd of nearly 1,000 people during the question and answer session following his speech on Sep. 29. The Q&A was a follow-up to his speech on national health care and his belief in the importance of a free market inContinue Reading

Feeding the animals in Concordia’s Biology Department is now more cost-effective and environmentally friendly, thanks to food donations from Dining Services. The Exotic Animal Care and Husbandry Club is responsible for taking care of the animals housed in the Jones Science Center.  Assistant professor of biology and advisor of theContinue Reading

Karl Rove, former advisor to President George W. Bush, will deliver a speech for students, faculty, and members of the community on Sept. 29 at 7:30 p.m. in the Centrum. There are many differing opinions on campus concerning Rove’s visit and how his politics will affect the campus’s reputation. SophomoreContinue Reading

Concordia reorganized the structure of the college administration this summer to allow for more synergy between academic affairs, student affairs, and information affairs. Mark Krejci, Ph.D., was appointed by President Pamela Jolicoeur as provost and dean of the college on July 1. Krejci’s previous position was vice president for academicContinue Reading