On the night of Sept. 25, several fire crews were called in to tackle a fire near Concordia College. Present alongside firefighters were other first responders including the police department and paramedics. Authorities were alerted of the situation at 9:36 p.m. by the Red River Regional Dispatch Center, which reports
Although National Disability Month is in October, Concordia is making sure the students on campus get a jump on being informed. According to Census Bureau Reports, 1 in 5 people have a disability in the United States. Some disabilities can include vision impairment, hearing impairment, mental health conditions, brain injury,
New year, new mindset, same walls. Concordia as we all know and love, has the theme of old-timey religious architecture (that’s the technical term). The library is just one example. It is under consideration to be remodeled, but I guarantee many will fight the demolishing of its ancient smell and
As the college strives to find a diversity officer for its new diversity initiative, some hispanic students on campus find the lack of diversity to impact the campus in negative ways for both national and international students, but also find avenues where Concordia exceeds in incorporating other cultures onto campus.
College prepares for quasquicentennial Oct. 31, 2016 marks the 125th anniversary of Concordia College and there are many events planned to take place throughout the year to celebrate this milestone in the history of the college. “There’s a wide ranging series of events to celebrate the faith and the imagination
Nine students in Dr. John Reber’s forecasting class are working to predict Concordia’s future enrollment numbers, which could greatly benefit the college’s budget planning. According to Eric Addington, associate vice president for Enrollment and Financial Aid, the projection will benefit the school because the college’s budget will be built on
Thank you for your dedication to your students David Boggs professor of painting and director, graphic design, Art, 31 years Dr. Marilyn Guy professor of Education, 40 years Dr. Gretchen Harvey assistant professor of History, 20 years Linda James assistant professor of Nutrition and Dietetics, 19 years Dr. Linda Johnson
Concordia’s budget cuts have been hard on several departments, but will especially affect world language students. In addition to the removal of several majors and teaching positions, there will be no German, French or Spanish native assistants the coming school year. The native assistants have been a resource for students