Concordia College and Minnesota State University Moorhead hosted a collaborative “Sex in the Dark” panel Monday night to promote positive and inclusive conversations around sexual education. The panel, which was originally proposed to the Concordia Women’s and Gender Studies program by MSUM WGS student Jean Renslow, was hosted at MSUMContinue Reading

In 2011, Concordia hired its 11th president: President William J. Craft. Now, 11 years later, Craft announced his upcoming retirement effective on July 1, 2023.   Concordia’s Board of Regents is starting the process to search for a new president, according to an email sent to campus on Feb. 8, 2022. Continue Reading

North Dakota State University has had a bright and amazing music program throughout the years. One thing that has been missing in the most recent of years is an orchestra program.  Sigurd Johnson wants to change that. Johnson is the director of percussion studies at NDSU. He was also theContinue Reading

Anyone on campus can agree that Hoyum is the “music hall” on campus, but that will all change. Hoyum will be closed next year, in an attempt to conserve funds to remodel and open Brown Hall.  The decision was made, said Director of Residence Life Mikal Kenfield, during the formationContinue Reading

Custodians are essential to the functioning of any institution—yet they are also some of the least-recognized staff members. This paradox contributes to the increasing difficulty to find custodial staff all across the nation.  This is reflected at Concordia College as it has become harder and harder to fill custodial positionsContinue Reading