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Learning Commons

Tons of resources, one location: Check out the Learning Commons

9/23/2022 - 3 minute read

The Learning Commons, which is located on the first floor of the Schroeder Library, is a place where students can easily navigate the numerous resources that are available to them. Learning Commons resources include the Welcome Center, Writing Studio, academic advising, career development, academic coaching, the Unity Center and disability services.

 

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Concordia Serves

Fourth annual CONCORDIA serves is next week

9/23/2022 - 2 minute read

On Tues., Sept. 27, all classes will be canceled for CONCORDIA serves day so Concordia students, faculty and staff can serve their community at multiple locations. Amy Bramson, the Executive Assistant for University Advancement, said, “Bil Hood, Sr. Director of External Relations, and I have been working since early summer to secure service opportunities with the 20 or so community partners.” 

 

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The Hunt!

The Hunt to host the first Prey Day of the year

9/23/2022 - 1 minute read

Mark your calendars for Fri., Sept. 30 because it is the first Prey Day of the year where students will have the opportunity to win Hunt points for their team by wearing their Hunt shirt and participating in the first ever Lip Sync Battle followed by Silent Disco. 

 

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23 Expo

Magical news from D23

9/23/2022 - 2 minute read

The D23 Expo, presented this year by Visa, was held two weeks ago at the Anaheim Convention Center, from Fri., Sept. 9, through Sun., Sept. 11. The last Disney event held at this location was Star Wars Celebration, which featured exciting news with special guest appearances from Ewan McGregor and Hayden Christensen. 

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Orange County, CA

Best spots to be in and around campus

9/2/2022 - 2 minute read

When I first visited Concordia, I wasn’t sure where anything was, where people hung out or just about anything else. And while Concordia’s tour guides are fantastic, there’s only so much they can show you in a limited amount of time. 

What you come to discover, however, is that there are some places that are just fantastic to visit, where there’s always something to do, both on and off campus, and sometimes not even far from your dorm.

 

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Attacking the summer job market and planning now for fall

4/29/2022 - 3 minute read

CUI's spring semester is coming to an end next week; May 6 will be the last day of finals. Many students are looking for jobs or intern opportunities this summer after ending the school year. Other students want to make some extra cash or wish to be productive. 

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Audrey Plechas’ research explored using math to find a winning strategy for Jumbo Pop.

Sciences shine at Academic Showcase poster session

4/8/2022 - 1 minute read

Students donned their business attire and braved a chilly afternoon in the Breezeway on Thurs., Mar. 31 to present their posters for the 2022 President's Academic Showcase. 

Students presented research and findings on a variety of topics; they worked solo or in teams of two, three or four. The poster session enabled students to deliver short recaps of their research followed by Q&As with their audiences. Many students attended the session along with faculty and staff members.

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 CU Judo practices in the Performing Arts Annex

Join CU Judo

4/8/2022 - 2 minute read

On March 24, the CU Judo club held one of their many training sessions in the Performing Arts Annex where the students learned and performed different martial arts techniques. 

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Campers hike mountain traisl in Mammoth Mountain, California

Basecamp, an unforgettable Spring Break getaway

3/18/2022 - 2 minute read

During Spring Break, from Mon. Feb. 28 to  Sat. Mar. 5, students became immersed in nature and embarked on a Basecamp camping trip to Bishop, CA. The trip, consisting of both beginner and experienced campers, was an adventure of a lifetime, visiting multiple locations in Death Valley, Mammoth Mountain, Convict Lake, Lake Sabrina, Inyo National Forest, Ancient Bristlecone Pines, natural hot springs, Alabama Hills and more. 

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Kari Wilhelm and Emma Lee performed during the Super Bowl LVI halftime show

Two Concordia students danced during the 2022 Super Bowl

2/25/2022 - 3 minute read

Two of our very own Eagles, Senior Kari Wilhelm, Communication major and dance team member, and Emma Lee, junior transfer and Business Management major, performed at the 2022 Super Bowl Halftime Show on Sun., Feb. 13. 

Between working with celebrity artists and being chosen to participate as two of the 350 field performers for the event, both ladies will remember the opportunity as an experience of a lifetime. 

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