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Audubon Dakota is working to promote green spaces in the Fargo-Moorhead community through their new Urban Stewardship Program.
To biologists, the supraoptic nucleus is a nucleus of magnocellular neurosecretory cells in the hypothalamus of the mammalian brain.
Being Responsibly Engaged in the World (BREW) is central to the Concordia philosophy, and there are many opportunities to BREW on and off campus.
From learning at Concordia Language Villages to studying abroad in Spain, Jillian Hershberger ’19 shares her opportunities as a Spanish major at Concordia.
A new book answers questions about energy, power and the United States’ place in the world.
Want to study abroad and immerse yourself in Spanish? Then consider the enriching program in beautiful Segovia, Spain, where you’ll be surrounded by friendly Spaniards, culture and history.
Eventually, your love for homework and studying all night will fade, and you’ll want something else to do.
To make the process of finding the right school a little less stressful, here are a few key things to consider in your search:
As a Twin Cities kid, I got used to the hustle and bustle of the city. However, I wasn’t sure that’s where I wanted to spend my four years of college.
Cobbers in Haiti
Anderson Commons offers a comfortable patio setting for students to dine or study with classmates
Nadia Boltz-Weber speaking at the Forum on Faith and Life
Cobbers in Art History class
Students can use the COBBikes Bike Share Program on campus to hang out with friends or ride to-and-from classes
The Passion of Jesus Christ practice
Group of Cobbers enjoying snacks
Don't worry — we make it easy for you to balance school work and still participate in sports