On Thursday, October 30, the African Student Union, in collaboration with the International Student Organization will be hosting an Ebola panel discussion and presentation in the Fuglestad Auditorium (Jones 212) from 7-8 p.m. According to Senior Sia Mbatia, a board member of the African Student Union, the presentation will consist
As I write this column, my thoughts are running ahead to the journey to United International College in Zhuhai, People’s Republic of China, that Anne and I will begin Nov. 10 with our colleagues, Per Anderson (associate dean for Global Learning) and Lisa Sethre-Hofstad (associate dean for Core and Advising).
As we prepare to graduate from Concordia College, we leave with one mission in mind: to influence the affairs of the world through responsible engagement (to this end I am helped this week with information from Kalkidan Molla). Most African Cobbers have been part of or have seen the political,
When senior Karen Betts was asked if she knew that there was a difference between the African Student Union (ASU) and the Black Student Union (BSU) on campus she replied with a two questions: “Why? Are they two different groups?” Many students on campus have expressed similar confusion, unable to