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Multimedia journalism graduate Brady Drake ’18 shares how he progressed from writing for Concordia’s student newspaper to serving as the editor of Fargo’s business magazine.
As she begins her second year as a school social worker, Alaina Dehnke ’19 reflects on lessons that helped on her career journey.
As he strives to become an exceptional musician and educator, Gunnar Aas ’22 prepares to positively influence future generations.
As student body president, Sophie Newcomb ’21 is strengthening her connections at Concordia.
Spending the summer with at-risk youth.
A group of students explores environmental policy and sustainability during a High Impact Leadership Trip through the American West.
Ten Concordia students embarked on a spring Breakaway trip across the western U.S., where they were immersed in issues of sustainability.
Longer fall break offers students unique learning opportunities.
Concordia Language Villages is celebrating its 60th summer of creating immersive language experiences.
Payton Ramberg '19 and Wyatt Lautt '19 doing summer field research with Dr. Jennifer Sweatman
A group of Cobbers enjoying a bite to eat in the Fargo-Moorhead area
First-year students pack potatoes for a Hands for Change service project
Dr. Leila Zakhirova dicussing political science with her students outside of the classroom
The Center for Student Success sharing information at an academic fair
Katie Twedell '13 having a conversation with co-workers at Flint Group in Fargo
Shelly Gompf, an assistant professor and the director of the Healthcare Leadership Program, helps students in the classroom
Shelby Johnson '21 gave her dorm room a homey feel