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Tenacious with Trombone

Cole Bartels ’17 is pursuing his Doctor of Musical Arts degree at the University of Wisconsin–Madison while seeking performance opportunities every chance he can get.

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Postgrad Lessons

Like all major life transitions, adjusting to life after college is no exception.

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Racing Around the World

Rachel Osmundson ’18 found community at Concordia and in Fargo-Moorhead, but during a mission trip to Ecuador she discovered a desire to serve abroad.

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From Concordia to Congress

Coya Knutson, a 1934 graduate of Concordia College, was the first woman from Minnesota to be elected to the U.S. House of Representatives.

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BREWing Where You Are

From roasting coffee on a stovetop to becoming a leading in-home coffee source, SK Coffee is changing the way consumers enjoy their cup of joe in the morning.

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Protecting the Future with the National Audubon Society

Kelly Knutson ’15, who is now based in Troy, N.Y., is a field organizer for the National Audubon Society. You would likely catch him wearing a flannel shirt, coffee in hand, advocating for renewable energy or foraging for mushrooms.

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Impacting the Classroom

The dedication Alyssa Larsen puts into teaching her students doesn’t go unnoticed. She’s well-known at Waconia High School for her hard work ethic, which led to her nomination for the Minnesota Teacher of the Year Award.

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Counting the Opportunities

Campus involvement for Andrew Johnson ’18 ultimately opened doors to an opportunity at a global accounting firm following graduation from Concordia.

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Putting Stock in Values

From business strategy to promoting the arts, Brian Halverson ’06, president of Heartland Trust Co. in Fargo, leads with his values.

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Ready for Anything

College should not just be about coursework, but about becoming the kind of problem-solver our world needs. No matter where you choose to study, you’ll want to make sure you’re well prepared for life after graduation.

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