Concordia St. Paul News

CSP Theatre and Dance presents Rhinoceros, Feb. 16-19 at the Westlund Black Box Theatre.

Ionesco’s classic absurdist play in which the inhabitants of a small, provincial French town find themselves turning into rhinoceroses. The only human who does not succumb is Bérenger, known for his drinking, tardiness, and slovenly lifestyle.… Read More

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Spring enrollment at Concordia University, St. Paul has grown for the 11th consecutive year, with significant increases recorded in traditional undergraduate, adult undergraduate, and graduate student numbers.

The 4,466 students enrolled (full and part time) represent an increase of 237 students (5.6 percent) from the 2016 spring semester.… Read More

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Concordia University administration and the athletics department have announced plans for an aggressive fundraising campaign aimed at constructing an Athletic Performance Center on campus.

The university’s plans call for a $1.5 million construction project with various naming opportunities to fund the project.… Read More

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Dr. Sarah Hinlicky Wilson, an Adjunct Professor of the Institute for Ecumenical Research, is the featured speaker at the annual Reformation Heritage Lecture, Tuesday, Feb. 7 at 7 p.m., at the Graebner Memorial Chapel. The title of her presentation is “Remaking the World with Law and Gospel.”

“Remaking the World with Law and Gospel” God speaks in two ways—both good, both divine, but not the same.… Read More

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The Concordia Gallery will showcase 15 Minnesota artists at the upcoming “Latino, Art Migration” exhibit Jan. 30-Feb. 24. Working in different media, the collection of local artists will explore the unsettled emotions and mindsets of the immigrant experience. An opening reception will be held on Thursday, Feb.… Read More

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