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Student posing for a photo in front of the Mongolian Ger

The Behavorial Science Club and the ger

11/19/2021 - 2 minute read

What’s a “ger” you may ask? Read on!

On Thurs., Nov. 11 the Behavioral Science Club worked in the Heritage Garden restoring a Mongolian ger that was brought back from an Around-the-World trip.

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Delta Sigma Pi at the etiquette dinner with Mariah Lucas

Delta Sigma Pi and the Career Center collaborate for etiquette dinner

11/19/2021 - 3 minute read

On Fri. Nov. 5, the Concordia Rho Phi chapter of Delta Sigma Pi and the Career Center collaborated for a dinner, catered by Bon Appetit, to discuss business etiquette in various situations. 

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Students burning coasters at Coffeehouse night

Students celebrate Something New

11/19/2021 - 2 minute read

ASCUI celebrated Theme Verse Week with the rest of the student body at the beginning of the month. Isaiah 43:18-19: 

“Do not remember the former things and do not dwell on times past.

Look! I am about to do something new!

It is springing up even now; don't you recognize it?

I will even make a way in the wilderness, rivers in the desert.”

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The full dance team poses for a group photo

Dance team to perform at Midnight Madness Saturday night

10/29/2021 - 2 minute read

Samantha Price, head coach of the dance team, provides a space for students to thrive physically and mentally while creating a second family. The dance team performs at different sporting events throughout the year including Midnight Madness on Sat., Oct. 30.

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Speech team poses with awards from tournament

CUI edges out competition at the Cliffs

10/29/2021 - 2 minute read

Forensics places top 5 at first national level tournament of the school year.

On Fri., Oct. 22 through Oct. 24 the CUI Forensics Team competed and placed fifth overall at the Sunset Cliffs tournament hosted by Point Loma Nazarene University at their oceanfront campus.

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Professor Kellie Playter, Assistant Professor and Internship Director, School of Business & Economics

Q&A with Internship Director and Professor Kellie Playter

10/29/2021 - 4 minute read

Professor Kellie Playter, Assistant Professor and Internship Director, School of Business & Economics, shares advice for students looking to grow in their professionalism, secure internships and adjust to a shifting and hybrid workplace after the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The new Flight Club logo for the student section

Are you hunting?

10/29/2021 - 2 minute read

The Hunt, the schoolwide school spirit initiative partnered with LEAD for the Fall Festival Friday, Oct., 22, in its fourth event of the semester. The Hunt pits Rho, Sigma, Quads and Commuters against each other in a year-long battle for community bragging rights.

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One of the many fish and tanks at the Marine Lab

Come sea the Marine Lab

10/15/2021 - 2 minute read

The Marine Lab, located in Founders Hall 100, is a great place to volunteer because it has a plethora of diverse knowledge to offer, looks good on a resume and delivers waves of joy to those who volunteer.

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Professors share their knowledge with students during CUI Bono

CUI Bono — The students stand to benefit

10/15/2021 - 1 minute read

CUI Bono, Concordia’s academic program dedicated to providing a forum of discussion between students and professors, gathered Tues., Oct. 12, for its second meeting of the year. Approximately 40 students and faculty members were present, enjoying dinner and dialogue in the Heritage Garden. 

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The Heritage Garden team led service during CU Serves

A sage time to serve in the Heritage Garden

10/15/2021 - 2 minute read

The Concordia Heritage Garden is a student-maintained five-acre garden for produce, education, research and beekeeping. With a mission of leadership, learning and service, the Heritage Garden provided a landscape for students to cultivate during CU Serves.

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