The Concordia Courier

Volume 18, Issue 10

Concordia University Irvine

April 15, 2024

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


Women's lacrosse team moves up to 5-0 record after win against Northern Arizona University

The women’s lacrosse team dominates with a 5-0 win streak

Posted on 2/23/2024 by Heather Hershfield

After winning the Santa Barbara Shootout and two home games, the women’s lacrosse team has high hopes for this year's season with an undefeated record of 5-0. With new freshmen players, a new assistant coach and good camaraderie among players, the team has a recipe for success.

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Tags: women's athletics, Lacrosse

Local/Global News

Regal Cinema in the UTC, where Dune 2 will play starting March 1

Return to Arrakis in the long anticipated “Dune: Part 2”

Posted on 2/23/2024 by Madison Zuniga

Moviegoers can finally enjoy the sequel to 2021’s “Dune” when “Dune: Part 2” releases in theaters March 1. Viewers and fans have waited over two years to return to the eerie and majestic world of “Dune” for the next thrilling installment of Paul Atreides’s story.

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Arts and Entertainment

With puppet design by Eve Stanton, "Under The Bed" brings children's stuffed animals to life for memorable adventures!

Penguins, monkeys and monsters “Under The Bed,” oh my!

Posted on 2/23/2024 by Rebekah Michel

The childhood dreams of stuffed animals and monsters hiding under the bed are coming to life for the Theatre Department with their upcoming production of “Under The Bed.” Written by Brendan Murray, and directed by Tony Vezner, “Under The Bed” follows brother and sister, Jo and Mo, as they conquer the fear of what's hiding under their bed. Along the way, they meet new friends and take whimsical adventures ranging from the North Pole to the South Seas. 

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Tags: Theatre, Performing Arts

Campus Life

Deborah Lee, Accreditation Liason Officer

Incoming WSCUC visit!

Posted on 2/23/2024 by Jenna Hoffman

From March 6 through 8 a committee from WSCUC will visit and review Concordia’s campus and curriculum to ensure that the institution is up to standard and cultivating informed and well-rounded students. 

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