It was back in elementary school that Kristin Brethova, Concordia College’s new sustainability coordinator, became concerned about the environment. Her class watched a video about electricity and where it comes from. What she remembers is an image of a little kid who turns on a light switch. Then, a new
On March 14, 101 registered runners, along with Concordia’s Kernel Cobb and a few canine friends, waited for the beginning of the first annual Pi Day Fun Run hosted by the Concordia Entertainment Commission. The 3.14 mile race was part of CEC’s group fitness initiative, a program designed to help
Right between the business professional and date night categories, Jane Barnstuble won a door prize at the third annual Public Relations Club fashion show. She shrieked and sprang out of her seat when they called her name. The audience laughed, while host – and former “Project Runway” contestant – Christopher
A benefit concert to raise money toward ending sex trafficking will be held at Monday at 7 p.m. in the Centrum. The concert, organized by the campus club Hope is Possible, will feature the college’s horn choir, clarinet choir and a clarinet quartet, along with several music professors and students.
Women of Concordia, and even a few men, gathered to watch MissRepresentation, a documentary that illustrates the distortion of women in the media, March 5 with Campus Entertainment Commission. Written and directed by Jennifer Seibel Newsom, the film describes how the media makes it difficult for women to achieve leadership
This year’s annual International Student Organization Festival was held on Saturday, Feb. 11 in the Knutson Campus Center. Outside the Centrum, a World Expo was set up; booths from around the world displayed cultural pictures and trinkets. Students walked around in traditional clothing and smiled when asked to explain their
With three main stage acts to her name, senior Vanessa Liming finds her fourth and final stage show both exciting and challenging. Not only does she play Roxane, the female lead, she also plays multiple characters that are male. Starting on Valentine’s Day through Feb. 19, Concordia’s Theatre will be
A swell of applause and a few whistles were given to freshman Wendy Bonete as she completed a rap about Pocahontas, McDonald’s and giraffes to win a bingo tie-breaking challenge. Bonete collected her bag of Hornbacher’s groceries and went back to her bingo card. Last Thursday was another rousing night