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The windows of the library have offered a slightly different view lately.

Posters of students, staff, and faculty posing with their favorite books are displayed as part of the CSP Reads campaign. CSP Reads celebrates literature and libraries and with good timing – April 8-12 also happens to be National Library Week.… Read More

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In an age where information is constantly flowing and easier than ever to access, it is more critical than ever to have the ability to navigate and evaluate sources.

Enter Rachel Wightman, associate director of instruction and outreach for Concordia University’s library.… Read More

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As Concordia University, St. Paul approaches the celebration of its 125th anniversary as an institution of learning, part of its history to be acknowledged is the diverse population it has served since its inception.

Beginning as a school that prepared males for ministry, then transitioning to a coed institution, Concordia has now become a leading university that provides exceptional opportunities for students from all backgrounds, cultures and experiences. … Read More

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What is your “money story?” Thrivent CEO Brad Hewitt implored the convocation audience at Concordia St. Paul on March 21. In addition to his work at Thrivent, Hewitt’s financial foundation is expansive. He has held positions with UnitedHealth Group, Diversified Pharmaceutical Services, the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod (LCMS), and is a former member of CSP’s Board of Regents.… Read More

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You might not know it, but CSP has made a food shelf available for its students and staff for the past 40 years, making it one of the oldest campus food shelves in the nation. This year, the location changed from Marshall Avenue to being directly on campus (above the dining hall in the Winget Student Life Center) to help it become more accessible to CSP’s students, staff, and faculty.… Read More

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