By Mike Stobbe, AP Medical Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Scientists offered more evidence Wednesday that the coronavirus is spread by seemingly healthy people who show no clear symptoms, and the federal government issued new guidance warning that anyone exposed to the disease can be considered a carrier. A studyContinue Reading

By Ingrid Jacobson ’21 On Friday, March 6, the same day that Minnesota received its first presumptive positive coronavirus disease (COVID-19) case, the Concordia community received an email from President Craft entitled “Concordia  College Preparedness for Coronavirus.” At the time ofthe email, the college wasnot yet aware of the positiveContinue Reading

As the fight against climate change drags on, Cobbers have shown that they are ready to take on the challenge. On Friday, Sept. 20, Concordia students joined millions of other activists all over the world by participating in the global climate strike. The event was put on locally by theContinue Reading

As graduation day approaches, many seniors are making important decisions regarding their future plans. Some graduates will be entering the workforce, and others will be going onto graduate school. A handful of Concordia students, however, will be preparing for their year-long internships working in Zhuhai, China, at the United InternationalContinue Reading