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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 the manager for choral activities, Wyatt Steinke ’17 is fueled by his hopeful vision for Concordia’s choral program and the impact it will continue to have on countless lives for years to come.
Kelly Haagenson ’07 is inspired by her time at Concordia as she lives out the college’s mission through her work at Medtronic.
Concordia College alumni and students are on the front lines of the COVID-19 crisis. We spoke with some of them to learn how their organizations are responding.
From her roles on Concordia’s National Alumni Board to the Board of Regents, Katie (Corwin) Hasbargen ’95 understands the importance of giving back.
Stephen Kemp ’11 is teaching his students life skills through the lens of studying math.
Before becoming an anesthesiology resident at Mayo Clinic, Peace Eneh ’11 was learning what it meant to influence the affairs of the world.
As president of the Great Plains Food Bank, Melissa Sobolik ’02 leads the organization toward its mission of ending hunger.
Pat Gulbranson ’02 is the CEO of Family HealthCare, which provides access to affordable medical and dental services in the Fargo-Moorhead area and beyond.
The University of North Dakota medical school class of 2023 includes 10 Cobbers, totaling nearly one-seventh of the class.