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  • December 11, 2018
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    ‘Alpha’ class nurses graduate from Concordia University Ann Arbor

    'Alpha' class nurses graduate from Concordia University Ann Arbor

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  • December 2, 2018
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    1936 Ann Arbor manor hosts Christmas Manor event

    When gas tycoon H.B. Earhart decided to build a new mansion for his family near Ann Arbor in the 1930s, his wife Carrie was adamant about one thing: it had to be functional, not gaudy. And it had to be used – all of it.

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  • November 12, 2018
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    Concordia University Ann Arbor to present 41st annual Boar’s Head Festival

    Concordia University Ann Arbor to present 41st annual Boar's Head Festival

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  • October 23, 2018
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    Art collection depicting 19th century life in Ann Arbor makes debut at Concordia University

    Art collection depicting 19th century life in Ann Arbor makes debut at Concordia University

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  • October 16, 2018
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    Concordia University Ann Arbor has record-breaking enrollment year

    For the past six years, Concordia University Ann Arbor has consecutively broken its total enrollment record, and 2018 is its highest number yet. According to census data released this week by the Office of Institutional Effectiveness for fall 2018, this year is seeing the largest incoming class and a record-breaking retention rate in the school's 55-year history.

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  • October 8, 2018
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    Paintings of historic Ann Arbor buildings to come to Concordia University Oct. 23

    Calling all history buffs and art lovers. Concordia University Ann Arbor is about to launch an exhibition with a special connection to the city at Kreft Center Gallery (4090 Geddes Road). Starting Oct. 23, 33 paintings of Ann Arbor buildings by American artist Daniel K. Gregory will be on display. Many of the well-known buildings, dating to the early 1800s, are no longer standing.

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  • October 5, 2018
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    Unapologetic Dinnerware: A brief history of disposable dinnerware

    “Unapologetic Dinnerware: a brief history of disposable dinnerware” opened on August 28 at the Kreft Gallery at Concordia University. Margaret Carney, who is both curator of the exhibit and director of the International Museum of Dinnerware Design (IMoDD), said this particular exhibition had been a long time coming. “I’ve been wanting to do this exhibition since we opened the museum.” IMoDD, which has done pop-up exhibitions throughout Washtenaw County since 2012, focuses on “the varied cultural and societal attitudes” related to all aspects of dining.

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  • September 4, 2018
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    Ann Arbor workshop brings business, education leaders together to identify partnership opportunities to apply for Marshall Plan funding

    More than 120 area business and education leaders gathered in Ann Arbor today to discuss partnership opportunities to create programs designed to connect Michiganders with more than 811,000 high-demand, high-wage career openings through 2024 – growing their paychecks and the state’s economy.

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  • Ancient bowls from UMMAA part of CUAA dinnerware exhibit

    The term “disposable dinnerware” brings to mind plastic sporks that land in the trash after one use. But at Unapologetic Dinnerware: A Brief History of Disposable Dinnerware, a new exhibit at Concordia University curated by the International Museum of Dinnerware Design, it also means 5,000-year-old ceramic bowls.

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  • Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin preferred Ann Arbor pianos

    Concordia University Ann Arbor now owns both of the Yamaha C7s that Aretha Franklin frequently used.

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