Concordia Courier

Enjoy fun photos ops with different farm animals while you pick your pumpkin

Let’s give them pumpkin to talk about

10/29/2021 - 2 minute read

Located only a half-mile from campus, Tanaka Farms offers you the chance to enjoy fall traditions in Southern California sunshine. The farm is open daily from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and is completely free to visit; however, you must pay a $10 parking fee in order to get in. At this time they are not accepting on-foot visitors so you must arrive by car but, with pumpkins priced at only $1.39 per pound, you’re not going to want to carry those precious pumpkins back to campus anyways. 

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Entertainment from Street Beat during the the Irvine Village Global Festival

Get up and dance! The Irvine Village Global Festival delivers moments of celebration

10/15/2021 - 2 minute read

On Oct. 9, in a roaring venture to bring families and friends together in the Irvine community, Irvine Village Global Festival was a success! The Irvine Village Festival showcased a host of different foods, entertainment and upcoming talent featuring artists like “Minor Strut” and “Street Beat.” 

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The Room: Old Sins

Gamer Review: “The Room: Old Sins”

2/28/2020 - 1 minute read

The Room: Old Sins will change your perspective about escape rooms forever. This app, released in 2018, is full of twists and turns that adds something fun and fresh to the average app store game.

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8/31/2018 - 0 minute read

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Deep Roots Bible studies are perfect for college students

Deepen Your Roots: A Bible Study For Millenials

10/6/2017 - 2 minute read

Looking for a way to deepen your relationship with God? Deep Roots Bible Studies has partnered with Concordia to give us all of the above!

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Spongebod standing dressed for Leif Erikson Day.

Indigenous Peoples' Day to Replace Columbus Day?

10/6/2017 - 2 minute read

“In 1492 Columbus sailed the ocean blue.”  However, this is no longer considered historical fact.

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