December 10, 2016
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January 20, 2017Classic MPR Composing Competition Features Concordia PSEO Student
Concordia St. Paul PSEO student Seamus Hubbard Flynn, who has studied under the guidance of CSP professor of composition Abbie Betinis the last two years, has been named as a Featured Round composer in Classical MPR and the American Composers Forum’s Minnesota Varsity competition.… Read More
Concordia junior multi-event athlete Josh Johanson (East Chain, Minn.) was selected as one of the Northern Sun (NSIC) Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) representatives to participate in the NCAA Leadership Forum, held in Baltimore, Maryland in mid-November.
Johanson was one of just three NSIC representatives as the forum selects three SAAC members from each Division II conference.… Read More
The Concordia University Department of Art and Design presents its 14th Annual High School Honors Exhibition at the Concordia Gallery and H. Williams Teaching Gallery Jan. 9-19, 2017.
The exhibition will celebrate outstanding work of local high artists from Concordia Academy, Robbinsdale High School, St.… Read More
December 26, 2016Longtime Concordia Benefactor Betty Duda Passes Away
Betty Duda, a longtime benefactor to Concordia University, St. Paul, passed away Dec. 24. She also served CSP as a former member of the President’s Advisory Council and Board of Regents.
Born in Chicago on Sep. 9, 1932, Betty attended Concordia University, Chicago and was subsequently called to teach at St.… Read More
December 22, 2016Campus Weather Closure Policy Reminder
On rare occasions, classes at Concordia University, St. Paul may need to be canceled and offices closed due to adverse weather conditions. While Concordia expects that individuals make a good faith effort to travel to campus during inclement weather conditions if the university is operating and does not declare an emergency closing, it is also important for individuals to use their own discretion in determining whether it is safe for them to travel to campus.… Read More