Heartwarming traditions are keeping the festive spirit alive. Journalist Alex G. speaks with Mr. Mizel about the significance of the Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony.
Awating Jr. NBA action? Game on! Journalist Alex G. gains a player's perspective through one of the captains of varsity basketball, Charles W.
COVID-19 doesn't dampen the enthusiasm for theatre. Journalist Allison C. discusses the live-streaming process of "Almost Maine" with SMS livestream team co-leader Geon K.
Journalist Aiyan L. interviews STUCO member Iffany Z. on STUCO's effort to foster community spirit during the thanksgiving season.
The popularity of recycling just increased thanks to a campus crusade for quieter bins. Mr Lavender catches up with the handy good samaritan for an audio interview.
Distance hasn't dulled political passion for some expat Americans. Journalist Allison C. discusses this with Concordia student Bella Z.
Journalist Aiyan L. interviews Iffany Z. about her quest to promote conscious consumerism one garment at a time.
It's "Deadline Season" for college and university applicants in our community. Journalist Alex G. brings us Ms Klar's inside perspective.
Journalist Melanie C. reached out to a nearby psychologist for some ideas about maximizing mental health
Global Development Studies student Isabella Y talks to Shiyin Wang of Youkuai Foods and Z-Rou about food & sustainability.
Global Development Studies student Clarisse Y interviews PSO vice president Laura Finn Gardiner about recycling uniforms at Concordia.
Global Development Studies student Kendra B interviews Karen Ma from the Concordia Operations Department to explore green transportation options.
Global Development Studies student Bennett B interviews Concordia's learning support specialist Naimah Bazemore about sustainable cities and communities.
Global Development Studies student Doris W interviews Concordia tech coach Dennis Grice about digital literacy and digital storytelling.
Join journalist Aiyan L. in this investigative thought experiment.
Little Maria has inspired her parents to adopt a fresh perspective. Journalist Nic H. interviews Mr Sgourdos about the incredible events of this past year.
The sudden absence of campus-focused activities opened up new opportunities for self-directed learners. Journalist Hayley H explores
Journalist Kristie M. shares what she's learned on her personal journey about skin care
Journalist Hanna M. asks this question to a long-time vegetarian
Journalist Michael L. explores the deeper purpose of running
Interested in cultivating a green thumb in the city? Learn about urban gardening with these infographics.
Students Julia P and Iffany Z explore how our clothing and shopping choices impact the planet.
Global Development Studies students Josh O and Alexis S explore questions of food and sustainability.
Check out these student-created infographics from the HS Global Development Studies class.
The Lily Project team (part of the HS Global Issues Network club) has partnered with EGRC (Educating Girls of Rural China) and recently raised enough money to send a girl to secondary school for four years. This partnership will be a priority for the Lily team for the 2020/21 year.
Listen to episode #1 of Iffany's food waste podcast to get oriented to this important topic, both on campus and at home.
The PSO Christmas Bazaar, Concordia's annual tradition, continues to bring joy through community connection. (image: Henie Z., Student Media Services)
As the entire high school student body gathered on the field for the Homecoming 2020 assembly, evidence of our pride and purpose was everywhere. (Image: Alisa Z., SMS United Herald)
Attendees of the high school Spirit Week assembly met the new bird in town. Curious to know about the history of Blaze? See this feature. (Image: Alisa Z., SMS United Herald)
CISSMUN XI brings together over 1100 participants from around the globe (image: Claire C., Concordia Applied Journalism)
Concordia students were recently treated to insights from visiting Alum
The recent Pep Rally focused Concordia school spirit on a Phoenix Friday of epic proportions. (image: Claire C., Concordia Applied Journalism) See a larger gallery of images here.
High School photography students, including Calvin O., coached 3rd Grade students in effective photography strategies recently.
Dr. Christopher Aspaas was APAC's guest conductor at their regional Choir event last weekend. (Alisa Z., SMS)
Concordia's APAC Dance team gave their High School peers a preview of the performance they'll be part of this weekend. (image: Claire C., Concordia Applied Journalism)
Journalist Nic H. asked Concordia Theatre Director Chad Doering about his thinking behind the selection of the recent romantic comedy "Almost Maine".
Concordia Journalist Rachel D. travels to Changshu to bring us thought-provoking stories of two artists
Journalist Claire C. shares what she learned when she interviewed several students at a top college for art and design
Journalist Anita F. investigates the extent of China's love affair with streetwear fashion
Two journalists team up to capture a historical perspective of this year's APAC theatre festival
A group of theatre professionals from around the world are packing their bags with Concordia on their minds.
AP Literature student Alan D reflects on how The Poisonwood Bible has impacted his learning journey.
Is it really worth it to drop everything at hand and simply open a book? Writers like Henie think so.
Creative stars align to extend writing opportunities
Three Concordia students exchange thoughts with visionary and library founder Janice Ghil
Check out this remarkable prototype publication that explores a wide range of interests from food to film to politics