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If your classes are online because of COVID or you chose to sign up for a virtual course, these suggestions can help you address the challenges of online learning.
With more free time during the pandemic, Emily Graupmann ’23 put her hands to work by launching an embroidery business.
Whether she’s in the classroom or starting a new student organization, Sarah Wiger ’21 creates awareness for science and reproductive health.
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.
Embark on a tour of the finest pizza places the Fargo-Moorhead area has to offer.
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.