Category Archives: Concordia University

CNA Holiday Party & Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony December 4th, 2012

Please Join Concordia Neighborhood Association & Concordia University in Kicking-Off the Holiday Season with a Night of Family-Friendly Merriment The Concordia Neighborhood Association and Concordia University are partnering this year to kick-off the Holiday Season in grand style with a … Continue reading

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Mayoral candidates debate on issues related to education. March 22, 7–9 p.m.

Hosted by Concordia University & Northeast Coalition of Neighborhoods Mayoral candidates debate, with City Council candidate forum, on issues related to education. Thurs. March 22, 2012 | 7–9 p.m. Concordia’s George R. White Library & Learning Center | Doors open at … Continue reading

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Concordia University Library Art & Culture Program Presents Art Extraordinaire March 12 to April 13, 2012

Featuring Joyce Gabriel, Teresa Rosen amd Eugene Lee F.W.J. Sylwester Library – 2nd & 3rd floors George R. White Library & Learning Center 2800 NE Liberty Street, Portland, OR 97211 You are cordially invited to “Meet the Artists” March 16 – 6pm to … Continue reading

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Concordia University Hilken Community Stadium Grand Opening Celebration Saturday, March 3, 2012 | 12:00pm

Grand Opening Celebration Saturday, March 3, 2012 | 12:00pm Concordia University Hilken Community Stadium 2715 NE Liberty, Portland, OR 97211 RSVP: www.BringTheTeamsHome.com/rsvp Questions? 503-280-8505 HIGHLIGHTS Neil Everett, ESPN – emcee Special game memorabilia for the first 100 people to arrive … Continue reading

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Concordia University, NE Coalition of Neighborhoods Host Mayoral and City Council Candidates Forums

Please join NECN and Concordia University for two forums with the 2012 Mayoral and City Council candidates. The first forum will be held on: Tuesday, February 28th at 7 p.m., with doors opening at 6:30p.m. Concordia University on the 2nd floor of the Hagen … Continue reading

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Hoiday Party and Election of Concordia Neighborhood Board Tuesday, December 13th at 6:00 PM

In addition to the Annual Holiday Party and Wellness Fair which will be held at Concordia University, the Concordia Neighborhood Association will also hold elections for Board members that evening.  These events will be on Tuesday, December 13th at 6:00 … Continue reading

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Inaugural Games on Tuominen Yard Saturday, November 12

This Saturday, the Concordia men and women’s soccer teams will host the Cascade Collegiate Conference tournament championship games with an automatic bid to the NAIA National Championships at stake. In an amazing development which was just confirmed today, these games … Continue reading

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TEDx Comes to Concordia University May 14th. Get tickets now!

For more information download the Concordia TEDx Press Release www.TEDxConcordiaUPortland.com

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Crossing the Columbia: How should we spend $3 to $10 billion?

Does the I-5 Bridge really need to be replaced? Will the Columbia River Crossing improve the region’s livability? How much will it really cost and how else could that money be used? Make your voice heard to elected officials! Please … Continue reading

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International public high school for immigrant students now enrolling for fall

Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon’s Portland International Community School (PICS) is enrolling students for the school’s 17th year of providing education programs for high school aged students (14 to 21) who are the children of immigrants or refugees. An accredited school, … Continue reading

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