Every aspect of life has been impacted by the pandemic, be it working from home or wearing a mask and distancing when in public. The same is true for theatre at Concordia. “The pandemic has killed most theatre,” said Katie Curry, the Theatre Art department’s costume designer and adjunct instructor.Continue Reading

On January 20, Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th President of the United States, notably without his predecessor present. In many ways, President Biden’s inaugural address was a return to the normal sorts of addresses we see and hear from American presidents. There were the usual empty wordsContinue Reading

On the day that he was inaugurated, President Joe Biden put in more work than former President Donald Trump had done for months. He attended a church service, delivered his inaugural address, participated in a ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, signed 17 executive orders and swore inContinue Reading

On December 7, the Concordia College community learned of the death of Grant Eggers. Eggers died in his home in Bismarck on December 2. Eggers was in his third year at Concordia, and in that time, impacted those who were friends with him, taught him or even had class withContinue Reading

The North Dakota Film Society has announced their winners for the 2nd NDFS Awards. The organization entered its sophomore year by honoring its members’ favorite films of 2020. Their top picks included: Best Picture: “Nomadland”Best Director: Chloé Zhao, “Nomadland”Best Actress: Frances McDormand, “Nomadland”Best Actor: Riz Ahmed, “Sound of Metal” “Nomadland”Continue Reading

Strained eyes, slumped posture and tired faces: the modern student. Online schooling was an unprecedented learning experience for most Concordia students, but one which all had to endure. From students to staff, the fall semester brought many challenges. However, now entering the spring semester, the campus body knows what it’sContinue Reading