While many Cobbers are no longer on campus and staying at home, others are working on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. Kendra Johnson is currently a senior at Concordia. For four years she has worked as a CNA/Med Aide at Touchmark at Harwood Groves in the Memory Care
The need for social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic has made it impossible for music ensembles to practice together or hold performances, but even though Concordia’s Symphonic Band can no longer perform in the same space, they are still finding a way to make music together. Symphonic Band has been
At the end of each academic year, Concordia hosts the Celebration of Student Scholarship (COSS), an opportunity for students to present their undergraduate research in the form of posters, presentations, performances, and exhibits. This year, with the move to online learning, COSS has also become a virtual event. COSS received
At the end of each spring semester, the art department puts together an exhibit filled with works made by seniors majoring in studio arts, art education, or graphic design. This exhibition typically coincides with the Celebration of Student Scholarship (COSS), with the gallery opening on the day as the event.
Until three weeks ago, most college students had no idea what Zoom was. Now, in the wake of COVID-19, many college students are using the video conferencing website to finish their semesters online. Concordia College started online learning on March 23, at first with the intent to come back to
By Mike Stobbe, AP Medical WriterNEW YORK (AP) — The U.S. tally of coronavirus cases and deaths could soon jump because federal health officials will now count illnesses that are not confirmed by lab testing. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention told states Tuesday to include probable COVID-19 cases
By Steve Karnowski, Associated Press MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Restarting Minnesota’s economy will require a sharp increase in coronavirus testing, more contact tracing for those infected and continued efforts to isolate the most vulnerable people from exposure to COVID-19, Gov. Tim Walz said Monday. The “smart, safe way to reopen the
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday approved a low-cost ventilator developed by the University of Minnesota and aimed at helping COVID-19 patients breathe. The FDA authorized use of the compact device, known as the Coventor, that was quickly developed and designed by a team of