The Concordia Courier

Volume 18, Issue 2

Concordia University Irvine

October 03, 2023

The Courier is a student-run, bi-weekly print and online newspaper serving Concordia University Irvine. Learn more about us.


Men’s water polo team in a huddle with Coach Johnson

Men's Waterpolo prepares for Conference with Coach Justin Johnson

Posted on 9/8/2023 by Eva Prewitt

The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, or SAAC, is a nationwide NCAA institution within every respective school and athletic program. The committee is made up of all student-athletes, with representatives from each men's and women's sports team, along with roles such as president, vice president, secretary, mental health coordinator, and community and campus relations.



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The Golden Eagles soar across the finish line

Posted on 9/22/2023 by Eva Prewitt

The Golden Eagles dominated their first race of the season on Sept. 9 at Cal State San Bernardino. Both men’s and women’s cross country teams defended their titles at the Coyote Challenge, placing first overall for the second year in a row. 





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Local/Global News


Gauff wins U.S. Open, inspires Concordia tennis players

Posted on 9/22/2023 by Luca Brancato

On Sept., 9, Coco Gauff defeated Aryna Sabalenka to capture the U.S. Open Women’s singles championship and her first career Grand Slam title. 





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Arts and Entertainment


Passionate professors prep Theatre performers

Posted on 9/22/2023 by Indi Ebo

The performing arts professors at Concordia are constantly at work breeding artists who have something to say, are meaningful with their work and are always striving to grow in and outside of the arts. It is abundantly clear how their passionate and dedicated attitudes lead to creating dedicated artists.



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Pictured here during the beginning of tech week, Emma Johnson, lead actress for “All’s Well That Ends Well,” starring as Helena.

Concordia's Theatre Department debut for 2023

Posted on 9/8/2023 by Indi Ebo

Concordia is home to a renowned theatre department that has produced a series of outstanding plays and performances. This fall, the production, “All’s Well That Ends Well,” a play by William Shakespeare, published in the First Folio in 1623, will be played out by Concordia’s very own theatre team, with a newly built set to accompany the performance.

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Campus Life


Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month with Nuestra Voz

Posted on 9/22/2023 by Jenna Hoffman

“Hispanic culture is here on campus and we are ready to represent,” said Axel Aguilar, senior and president of Nuestra Voz.






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Constitution Week delivers spirited conversation on “living document”

Posted on 9/22/2023 by Jenna Hoffman

This week, Concordia celebrated the Constitution and how it serves our country as a primary guide for governance. There were several different events on campus that aimed to educate students about the Constitution and excite them about civics. 



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