Nov 20, 2013
As a recent college graduate, Sudhir Selvaraj ’11 traveled back to his hometown of Bangalore, India, to start influencing the affairs of the world.
After studying political science and global studies at Concordia, Selvaraj interned with Visthar, a nonprofit organization committed to enabling marginalized populations to create a more just society. As part of his internship, Selvaraj traveled…Alumni Global
Nov 20, 2013
Meagan McDougall ‘13, is a familiar face in the local pageant scene - but don’t be fooled by all the glitz and glamour.
The reigning Miss Fargo is serious about sharing her talent and passion not only with her community, but the entire state - and hopefully, country.
We asked McDougall, who studied communication, to share a bit about her platform, her preparations…Alumni
Nov 19, 2013
As the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy approaches, here are the stories of two Concordia alumni connected to that history-changing event.Alumni
Oct 17, 2013
On the day before the U.S. government ended the shutdown, a state senator from Florida had some advice for political science students at Concordia.
“Don’t just hang around with people who think like you,” said state Sen. Don Gaetz ’71, Niceville…Alumni
Oct 14, 2013
Rachel ’10 and Andy ’08 Berry were among 21 communication and theatre alumni who shared their experiences and expertise with Concordia students.
Even after the rigors of graduate school, Rachel (Anderson) ’10 and Andy ’08 Berry discovered it’s a big transition to life in a tight-knit, small town.
That was one of the insights they passed along to students at the annual CSTA Alumni Teach…Alumni
Oct 07, 2013
History students invite alumni returning for Homecoming to share their stories and experiences from their years at Concordia.
Cobber pride is one reason Dezmond Ward ’17 came to Concordia. Now the history and political science major from Milbank, S.D., will help document stories and items that are part of that tradition.
He and his classmates in a U.S. history course…Alumni Academics
Aug 22, 2013
What do you get when you combine 6,500 ears of corn with an enthusiastic group of students, alumni, friends and community members? The annual Moorhead Corn Feed, of course.[View the story "Moorhead Corn Feed 2013" on Storify] Alumni Events
Aug 21, 2013
Kathryn Skogen ’13 spent a month studying health care in rural Tanzania. The experience led to a research project that she presented at an international nursing conference.
As a nursing student in Tanzania, Kathryn Skogen ’13 loved visiting the large hospital room set aside for mothers waiting to go into labor.
The women, most of who arrived before their delivery date because of the distance they had to travel…Alumni Global
Jul 01, 2013
A high school teacher encouraged Phil Noor ’14 to study physics in college. And the senior is confident he picked the best college to do so.
“I wouldn’t trade my experience for anything,” Noor says. “The professors and administrators here have a huge respect for students and push us to achieve our greatest. Concordia has given me the best opportunity that I could get.”
Jun 21, 2013
Despite lacking professional culinary training, Sonya (Nelson) Goergen '99 cooked her way to the semifinals of the Pillsbury Bake-Off.
A former triple major at Concordia, Sonya (Nelson) Goergen ’99 knows how to balance time. Today, she’s juggling ingredients in the kitchen as well. Despite lacking professional culinary training, she’s cooked her way to the semifinals of the…Alumni
May 04, 2012
Nathalie Fida Lassang '12 has been called to serve as a doctor in Cameroon.
She received a full ELCA Global Missions Scholarship to attend the Ross University School of Medicine in Dominica. The only condition: returning to her community in Cameroon when she finishes.
Fida Lassang didn't think twice. Time and again…Alumni Global
May 01, 2012
Born and raised in Haiti, Miquette Denie McMahon '06 started a nonprofit called TeacHaiti to give children there access to education.
Denie McMahon is no stranger to hard work. She grew up in Haiti, where education is expensive and not a priority. So when she came to the United States as an exchange student, she had a lot to catch up on. Denie McMahon graduated from high school…Alumni Global
Oct 01, 2011
Secret Service agent Clint Hill '54 protected several presidents, as well as first lady Jacqueline Kennedy. He was in the motorcade in Dallas on Nov. 22, 1963, when President Kennedy was assassinated.
Dallas – Nov. 22, 1963 The Secret Service agents on President John F. Kennedy’s detail didn’t like motorcades. The open-air vehicle, throngs of people lining the streets, and the miles of unknowns made the agents’ jobs even more difficult.… Alumni
Apr 01, 1995
John Tunheim '75 chaired the Assassination Records Review Board charged with releasing secret government files relating to the Kennedy assassination to the public.
He has held one of the fatal bullets, examined the dried blood on the president’s coat and peered through the scope of the rifle alleged to have been used by Lee Harvey Oswald. These are three key pieces of evidence in what may be the greatest…Alumni