You don’t have to be a theatre major to participate in Concordia Theatre. Audition for an upcoming show, help to construct the set or serve on a committee such as Audience Development.
Concordia On-Air is a student-run newscast, produced once a week right on campus. Student journalists are responsible for researching, writing and reporting on stories affecting our campus community. The show incorporates anchors in the studio, live shots from around campus, student-produced video packages and a green-screen weather forecast, just to name a few.
Try your hand at being a DJ!
Each year, KORD Radio looks for interested students to take on a shift as a DJ for the student-run radio station. Turn your radio show into whatever you desire – pop, rock, country, talk, call-in – you name it.
Speech and Debate
Join a forensics team that placed 15th in the nation in 2013. Try out categories that you may not have had in high school and travel to competitions at colleges all around the Midwest. Your teammates will become your second family.
Public Relations Club is a great way to gain experience with all aspects of public relations. The club culminates the year with a major event – in 2013, they planned a daylong Social Media Summit, bringing in keynote speakers and coordinating breakout sessions throughout the event.