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In the midst of the pandemic, Seattle native Emmaline Savidge ’22 helped safeguard patients and clinic staff by conducting COVID-19 screenings.
Whether you’re looking for an off-campus study spot or a place to hold a club meeting, there are ample locations in the F-M area.
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.
From a Super Mario Bros. wall to the most Instagram-worthy spots in Fargo-Moorhead, check out some of the area’s coolest locations to snap a photo.
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.
With a dream to study biology education, Joshua Weber ’23 never thought that attending Concordia could be a feasible option, but he is now at the college of his dreams.
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.
A current student and two young alumni reflect on how their global plans were affected by the pandemic.
Fargo native Tyrell Setness ’21 balances his passions for art, basketball, and civil rights as he continues to shape his future.