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Buying the essentials for college can be overwhelming. Take a note from this list to ease the stress of back to school shopping for your dorm.
Since Christy Tehven ’10 launched her business in January 2016, the company has grown to a team of eight women spreading joy in the Fargo-Moorhead community.
Through his experiences abroad in Alicante, Spain, Jackson Booth ’20 has expanded his understanding of coffee, Europe, and himself.
Jenny (Bohnsack) Olson ’01 joined Gov. Doug Burgum and first lady Kathryn Burgum to develop the Office of Recovery Reinvented for the state of North Dakota.
Shelly Gompf, director of Concordia’s healthcare leadership program, doesn’t let anything stop her from being an exceptional professor, advisor, mentor, wife, and mom.
With the help of communication classes and cocurricular activities, Carly Erickson ’20 gained confidence in her choice to study communication and English writing.
Gain real-world experience by spending a semester in one of the most historical and fast-paced cities in the world.
While on a May Seminar in South Africa, David Youngs ’20 witnessed the duality of poverty and prosperity on Africa’s southernmost point.
Erik Belz ’20 always had trouble with being a decisive student but, after switching majors for the third time, he finally found the right one for him.
Megan Hovinen ’18 is playing the role of Jesus in the Fargo-Moorhead Community Theatre’s upcoming production of “Godspell.”