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Balancing the Books

From the mat to the ledger: Montana native Austin Ratliff gives his account as a Cobber wrestler and accounting major.

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Corn Feeds to Coding

Computer science and data analytics student Iyanu Lamina ’25 shares her journey from Nigeria to Concordia by way of UWC in Norway.

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Kickstarting Careers

Coaching is about more than just the sport for Matthew Nemer ’24. It’s about fostering rich connections in the community around him.

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Interdisciplinary Interests

From Concordia to Yale Divinity School, Riley Erlandson ’21 embraces the interdisciplinary nature of a liberal arts education as she continues her studies in religion and ecology.

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Preparing Engaged Leaders

From teaching to his role in the Midwest Academy of Management, Dr. Shontarius Aikens understands the importance of a personalized classroom experience.

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A Great Addition

Math and education double major Jaime Dodson ’26 sums up her successful transfer experience.

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Best Places to Explore in Fargo-Moorhead

As a college community, the Fargo-Moorhead area has many places to hang out, shop, and explore.

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Ways to Destress During Finals Week

Finals can be a stressful time for any college student. Here are some ways you can destress and take a break between studying and exams.

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Unique Fargo Eateries

Campus has first-rate dining options (it was ranked the best college food in Minnesota), but downtown Fargo has many unique restaurants to try when exploring the area.

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Integrating Science and Art

Neuroscience and art double major Ian Scheele finds harmony in his scientific and artistic passions.

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