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  • Thunder Curling Secure ACAC Championship Berth at Winter Regional
    This past weekend, Concordia welcomed ACAC Curling to the Winter Regional tournament, hosting a total of 51 round robin games and 1 tie breaker. The Thunder Mixed (Co-ed) team posted a 3-2 record with wins over Lakeland, RDC and Portage, losing only to NAIT and Olds. Their record – combined ... read more
    Source: AthleticsPublished on 2016-02-01
  • Thunder Indoor Track Travels to Saskatoon to Compete in 2016 K of C Games
    Some of the veteran Indoor Track athletes made the trek across the prairies to Saskatoon this past weekend to take part in the 2016 Knights of Columbus games, coming home with 5 medals.  Ben Thomas made his debut at the 60m distance and earned his way to the finals where ... read more
    Source: AthleticsPublished on 2016-02-01
  • Thunder Hockey Lose Two Close Clashes to the Vikings
    This weekend the Thunder Men's Hockey team faced the 2nd ranked Augustana Vikings. Friday night's home game at Clareview was an entertaining affair with the teams trading chances in a high paced game. In what has become a painfully familiar situation for the Thunder, they trailed 4 to 3 with ... read more
    Source: AthleticsPublished on 2016-02-01
  • Thunder Men’s Volleyball Over-matched in Tussle with the King’s Eagles
    After competing so fiercely in recent weeks, the Thunder Men's Volleyball team had a disappointing weekend as the guys didn't have their best efforts on either night against a solid King's University squad. On Friday night at home, the Thunder came out of the gate with a lot of momentum ... read more
    Source: AthleticsPublished on 2016-02-01
  • Dynamics and Distribution of Civilizations of the Old-World
    Wednesday, January 27 – 12 to 1 p.m. – HA208 Examination of the distribution of pre-industrial old-world civilizations exhibits intriguing geographic regularities.  First, a trend of descending human ethnic and cultural diversity from the equator to the arctic is shown to be in coincidence with the decreasing ... read more
    Source: ResearchPublished on 2016-01-14
  • Myth, Metaphor, and the Limits of Language
    Tuesday, February 23 – 4 p.m. – Location TBD “It is impossible to say just what I mean” The above quote from T. S. Eliot expresses something we all have experienced—an intuition that we can’t put into words.  Some of our deepest feelings and thoughts ... read more
    Source: ResearchPublished on 2016-01-14
  • Travel, Learning Adventures, and Making a Difference
    17 countries and 6 continents later, Marina has travelled seeing the world through the lens of a volunteer, a student, a tourist, and an employee. Led by a constant curiosity to better understand life and how one can best be an agent of change, some of her adventures include studying ... read more
    Source: ResearchPublished on 2016-01-14
  • Pilgrimage as Movement Towards an Ideal
    Tales of French Feminists, with Wendy Pullin Wednesday, November 18 – 12 to 1 p.m. – HA208 Dr. Pullin will give a short presentation based on three interviews she conducted in France in 2010-11. The scholars she will present (Helene Cixous, Anne Emanuelle Berger, and ... read more
    Source: ResearchPublished on 2015-11-17
  • Jubiloso! Christmas Concert
    Cluster of Stars Sunday, December 13 – 3 p.m. – Robert Tegler Student Centre – Tickets The theme Cluster of Stars stems from a very active cosmos this year which brought us blood and blue moons, comet encounters, meteor showers, and spectacular northern lights. The music chosen for this ... read more
    Source: MusicPublished on 2015-11-16
  • Palliative Care in Early Christianity Monday, November 30 – 4 to 5 p.m. – HA 015Presented by Dr. Steven Muir This presentation is open to the public. It will build on the November 5 panel discussion on physician-assisted death. In light of current proposals to increase palliative care as a ... read more
    Source: Religious StudiesPublished on 2015-11-12
  • Community Chorus and Bella Voce Christmas Concert
    A Christmas Mosaic Sunday, December 6 – 3 p.m. – Robert Tegler Student Centre Seasonal music from a variety of composers, eras, and nationalities will shape this concert into a Christmas Mosaic depicting Christ’s story through the expectation, realization, and wonder of his birth. Featured in the concert are pieces by well-known ... read more
    Source: MusicPublished on 2015-11-09
  • Concert Choir Christmas Concert
    Advent Cantat Sunday, November 29 – 3 p.m. – Trinity Lutheran Church (10014 81 Ave, Edmonton) The Concert Choir’s Christmas concert will feature Bach's cantata Nun komm der Heiden Heiland, BWV 61 (Saviour of the Nations, Come) first performed in 1714 in Weimar, Germany, for the first Sunday in Advent, ... read more
    Source: MusicPublished on 2015-11-06
  • Drama Reception
    Friday, November 6  – 9:30 p.m. – Trish and Al Huehn Theater/Upper Tegler Catch up with some old friends and make new ones too. You are invited to the Concordia Alumni Drama Reception! Following this Friday's showing of Theatre at Concordia's fall season production, The Glorious 12th, join the Concordia Alumni family for some light snacks and a glass of wine. For more ... read more
    Source: AlumniPublished on 2015-11-02
  • Walking Memory Lane
    Concordia’s Class of ‘55-63 shares a unique bond that has stood the test of time “There is nothing like returning to a place that remains unchanged to find the ways in which you yourself have altered.” -Nelson Mandela You don’t have to hold an advanced degree in physics ... read more
    Source: AlumniPublished on 2015-10-29
  • Inaugural Meeting of a New Research Cluster
    New Research Cluster: Focus on Women Friday, November 6 – 12 to 1 p.m. – HA207 Join us for snacks and discussion about how we will shape our new Research Cluster.  We have some initial interest from the following areas:  English, Psychology, Sociology, Classics, Public Health. We particularly welcome staff, ... read more
    Source: ResearchPublished on 2015-10-27
  • Setting the Cruise Control
    New CAA President Jennifer Kruse keeps Concordia moving forward Jennifer Kruse comes by her love of Concordia pretty naturally. In fact, you might even say prenatal-y.  “Mom and Dad worked at Concordia, so people on campus remember me from before I was born,” Jennifer laughs. “I literally grew up there. ... read more
    Source: AlumniPublished on 2015-10-27
  • Learning to Lead
    Alumnus Tyler Ludwig is loving Life-after-Concordia Tyler Ludwig learned to lead on the field and court, captaining rugby and volleyball teams. But it wasn’t until Tyler got to Concordia that he realized what leadership is really all about. “Getting involved in the Students Association, it was like this whole other ... read more
    Source: AlumniPublished on 2015-10-27
  • Locke and Natural Religion
    Thursday, November 26 – 4 p.m. – HA015With Elliott Rossiter, Visiting Academic Fellow appointed to Department of Philosophy and Religion There has been a great deal of speculation about the religious commitments of John Locke, beginning with the controversy generated by the first publication of his major works in the ... read more
    Source: Religious StudiesPublished on 2015-10-21
  • Interfaith and Ecumenical Taizé Service
    Sunday, October 25 – 7 to 9:30 p.m. –  Robert Tegler Student Centre Canadian Catholic Organization for Development and Peace’s main Edmonton event to engage Canadians in prayer and advocacy on issues of ecological justice will be an Interfaith and Ecumenical Taizé Service. This Taizé Prayer will take place at ... read more
    Source: Religious StudiesPublished on 2015-10-21
  • Wayfinders: an exhibit of work by George Littlechild
    During the month of October the library gallery at Concordia is hosting "Wayfinders", an exhibit of work by George Littlechild, Amy Malbeuf, and Paul Smith. As expressed by curator Aaron Paquette, the exhibition Wayfinders is a combination of three unique talents exploring new directions and reflecting the complex world we ... read more
    Source: Religious StudiesPublished on 2015-10-21
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