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Practical experience in area classrooms has prepared Cobber speech standout Leah Roberts ’21 for a classroom of her own.
As she transitions into her new role at Bushel, Camille Weber Grade ’04 reflects on her liberal arts education from Concordia.
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.
In the midst of the pandemic, Seattle native Emmaline Savidge ’22 helped safeguard patients and clinic staff by conducting COVID-19 screenings.
If you’re a local high school student, you’re probably considering whether or not to stay in the F-M area for college. Business marketing major Justin Monroe ’21 weighs the pros and cons.
As an administrator at Knife River Care Center in Beulah, N.D., Blake Kragnes ’20 applies the lessons he learned at Concordia to his daily response during the pandemic.
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.
Kelly Haagenson ’07 is inspired by her time at Concordia as she lives out the college’s mission through her work at Medtronic.
A group of students explores environmental policy and sustainability during a High Impact Leadership Trip through the American West.