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With an internship at the Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia, Megan Miller ’21 shares her experience participating in the Lutheran College Washington Semester program during the pandemic.
Embark on a tour of the finest pizza places the Fargo-Moorhead area has to offer.
Whether you’re looking for an off-campus study spot or a place to hold a club meeting, there are ample locations in the F-M area.
With a dream to study biology education, Joshua Weber ’23 never thought that attending Concordia could be a feasible option, but he is now at the college of his dreams.
Photo: Title page of actual witchcraft trial record for Barbara Kurzhals
From inexpensive essentials to fun gadgets, this list covers our top picks for tech that will help you trick out your dorm room and prepare for life in college without busting your wallet.
Longer fall break offers students unique learning opportunities.
First week in Cobberville and you have no idea what your Orientation Leader is talking about?
We’ve got you covered with all the Cobber lingo you will need to become a seasoned Cobber in no time.
Moving out of the residence halls seems like a natural transition during college, as many consider living off campus a key experience of college life.
Jon Leiseth being installed as the Minister for Faith and Spirituality in Action
Students can use the COBBikes Bike Share Program to ride on or off campus
Payton Ramberg '19 and Wyatt Lautt '19 doing summer field research with Dr. Jennifer Sweatman
Cobber football team celebrates after a winning play
Cobbers having a conversation in downtown Fargo
Piano recital dedicated to Ruth Thorsrud in Christiansen Recital Hall
Neuroscience major Sara Whiteman '18 in the Integrated Science Center
A group of Cobbers exploring and working in Haiti