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Through support from faculty and fellow ensemble members, music education major Grace VanAlst ’21 is learning how to be a leader.
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.
An undergraduate research opportunity analyzing enzymes led Zach Strickland ’21 to career aspirations and the essential skills to be a scientist.
Debut CD applauded
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.
Cobbers studying at a picnic table on campus
President of Heartland Trust Co. Brian Halverson '06 in a business meeting
A Cobber takes what she learned in the classroom to teach children in Haiti
Experience a different culture during college with Concordia's study away program
Nathaniel Kahlbaugh '19 focusing on his golf swing
Lutheran Choir Camp practices in classroom at Concordia
Neuroscience major Sara Whiteman '18 in the Integrated Science Center
The Center for Student Success sharing information at an academic fair