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  • 6 reasons Cardinal fans have to go to CIT

    “C – UUUUUU! A – A!” You know you’ve been at Concordia Invitational Tournament (CIT) games all day when you can still hear the cheers ringing in your ears as you fall asleep.

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  • 5 things you might not know about Boar’s Head

    For many people, the Concordia University Ann Arbor Boar’s Head Festival marks the beginning of the Christmas season. In fact, there are many loyal fans who have hardly missed a performance since the beloved tradition began in 1978.

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  • November Student of the Month: Emmi Schulze (’20)

    "Emmi Schulze is a Secondary Education major. She has impeccable attendance, asks engaging questions in the classroom, exhibits a passion for learning, serves as an asset to her peers, coordinates class projects voluntarily, provides exemplars of student work, and is very proficient in course content." —Faculty nomination

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  • November 16, 2018
    Call Me Cardinal, News, Students

    CUAA students tie 80 fleece blankets for local children’s hospital

    This holiday season, students from Concordia University Ann Arbor joined together to warm the spirits of children at a local Ann Arbor children’s hospital.

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  • November 8, 2018
    Call Me Cardinal

    Best late night snacks within 10 miles of CUAA

    We’ve all been there, it’s getting close to 11 p.m. after a long day of studying, practice and classes, and it’s time for a snack.

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  • Concordia’s flexible and cost-effective Route 38 fast tracks students’ road to graduation

    Tommy Thompson had a number of options when it came to choosing a collegiate nursing program.

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  • October 26, 2018
    Call Me Cardinal, Campus Ministry

    5 ways to get involved in the spiritual community on campus

    “You guys have a break in classes for chapel?!?” my friends from other universities often ask me. At Concordia University Ann Arbor, we do things a little differently.

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  • October Student of the Month: Dakota Bostic (’19)

    "Dakota Bostic is recognized as a leader at CUAA. He was the Justice and Public Policy leader during the catastrophic simulation event last April, he has also led teams during other critical incident simulations demonstrating his readiness to enter the criminal justice community..."

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  • Concordia University Ann Arbor continues six-year enrollment climb

    A record-breaking retention rate and the largest incoming class in Concordia University Ann Arbor’s 55-year history have pushed the campus to again hit its highest total enrollment mark ever, according to fall 2018 census data released this week by the Office of Institutional Effectiveness.

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  • September Student of the Month: Nina Palushaj (’19)

    "Nina is a senior Biology major who excels both in the classroom on the field where she is a member of the women’s soccer team. Nina is an excellent student who exceeds expectations in the classroom and is always willing to volunteer and help in whatever way necessary." - Faculty nomination

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