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  • Kreft Arts Program spring line-up offered virtually

    Hip hop, poetry, digital portfolios, and the Flint water-crisis are all elements of the spring 2021 Kreft Arts Program virtual event line-up.

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  • January 13, 2021
    Alumni, Featured, Kreft Arts, News

    Concordia to host author session with Flint water crisis whistle-blower

    Grab your copy of What the Eyes Don't See, and join in for a Q&A with author and Flint water crisis whistle-blower, Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha on February 17, 2021.

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  • Isaac Riddle, Class of 2022

    Isaac Riddle is graduating in the fall of 2022. He is majoring in Music Performance/Percussion, and minoring in Entrepreneurship. He is involved in a number of activities at Concordia, including the Wind Ensemble, Marching Band, Pep Band, Jazz Club, Worship Arts and eSports team.

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  • Moments of Boar’s Head: An ode to the tradition

    The Boar's Head Festival at Concordia University Ann Arbor is an annual tradition that members of the Concordia community near and far look forward to each December, professing the wonder of the Christmas miracle.

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  • Take 5: Aaron Halboth (’24)

    Editor's note: This story first appeared in the winter 2020 issue of the Hearts Together, a special joint campus magazine publication of Concordia University Wisconsin and Ann Arbor.

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  • Worship with Concordia Vespers, Nov. 15

    The Concordia University Ann Arbor music department has composed a unique way of delivering this semester's Concordia Vespers.

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  • Why You Should Get a Master’s in Digital Humanities

    Digital Humanities is a rapidly growing field that blends life-long learning with the development of 21st century technological skills required for the global job market.

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  • New art installation brings whimsy and humor to Kreft Arts Center

    The Kreft Arts Program recently gained an original piece by artist Darren Haper. See it now outside of the 3D studio in the Kreft Center for the Arts.

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  • Band and orchestra to perform livestreamed outdoor concert Oct. 13

    Grab your dinner to-go on Tuesday, Oct. 13 and join Concordia University Ann Arbor's marching band, wind ensemble, and orchestra for an outdoor dinner concert on the Earhart Manor patio.

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  • Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” to be performed virtually, October 30-31

    When Concordia University Ann Arbor students and several community actors join forces to present William Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream," it will mark several firsts according to Theater Director Amanda Williams-Contreras.

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