As the school year started, students and staff had to adjust to new changes on campus to comply with COVID-19 safety guidelines. While the changes that Concordia’s Dining Services (DS) made to seating, eating options and food availability in light of the pandemic were necessary for safety, the dining experienceContinue Reading

Two plastic containers, a plastic cup and plastic silverware, neatly wrapped in a plastic bag. The to-go option for Anderson Commons shows the reality of living in a pandemic, and while the convenient option lessens traffic in Anderson Commons, the single-use containers and utensils are an on-campus example of COVID-19’sContinue Reading

When it comes to phrases spoken by collegiate professionals, this string of words might be the most commonly heard within the last three months: “Things are going to look a little different this year, let’s just play it by ear.” The Concordia Orientation Committee said just the opposite. Concordia College’sContinue Reading

COVID-19 cases are on the rise at colleges across the country, and Concordia College’s community is no exception. By the end of the first full week of class, 41 people in Concordia’s community tested positive for COVID-19, one of which was Simon Zahrbock, a sophomore studying business finance. When ZahrbockContinue Reading