The stage is set, the tickets are sold, the lights on, but the seats, however, are empty. Concordia theater is producing “The Race” this upcoming weekend in an unconventional way to comply with COVID safety precautions. Live streamed over Zoom, the theater crew along with the campus are in for
For many, homecoming at Concordia brings fond memories of cheering with friends at the football game, bundling up for the bonfire and seeing groups of Cobber alumni reuniting with their classmates. This year, HOCO Fall Fest, Concordia’s homecoming and family weekend joint event, had none of those activities. Because of
As the weather gets colder, many couples become inclined to stay inside and snuggle together with a warm, romantic flick about the beauty of life as we know it. “I’m Thinking of Ending Things” is not one of those movies. “I’m Thinking of Ending Things,” released on Netflix in early
The announcement of Concordia’s 2020 homecoming royalty was met with near silence. A few claps could be heard throughout a mostly empty Memorial Auditorium, but the typical energy that accompanies a coronation was absent from the room. The silence wasn’t because of a wildly unpopular homecoming court or disappointment about
Netflix’s first big fall release features the stories of two generations of families in post-war Ohio. Besides a couple of engaging performances, the film offers nothing but a bleak ride in a twisted town. “The Devil All the Time” is directed and co-written by Antonio Campos. It is adapted from
2020 is the year of homecoming without a football game. It’s no secret that things on Concordia College’s campus are different this year. Sports have been postponed, classes have gone online and common spaces are filled with students in masks. Along with these changes comes a lack of social gatherings.