What was life before masks, vaccines, quarantining, a lack of hospital beds or the constant worry of getting sick? The second full year of the COVID-19 pandemic is nearing its close, and for many, it has been easy to forget what “normal” living is like.  The new variant of COVID,Continue Reading

Whether it is used for tuition money, food, housing, or to accommodate any of students’ needs, government relief funds to university students during the pandemic have been very crucial. The aid assists with navigating through job loss, combating the rising costs of tuition, helping other family members and so forth.Continue Reading

Fall sports are beginning to have organized practices at Concordia once again after an extended offseason brought on by COVID-19. This is also the first time student athletes will be practicing since receiving word their seasons will be postponed until the spring semester.  Unlike sports like volleyball or football, crossContinue Reading

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 ofContinue Reading

The Concordia community is approaching normalcy as the first month of school comes to a close. Students are settling into online courses and active cases are decreasing. While the majority of students and staff are now adjusted to safety guidelines for COVID-19, the music department still faces challenges with theContinue Reading