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Pre-Med With Purpose

A pre-med student graduating with honors, Mikaela Herberg ’19 manages to be highly involved on campus and keep her relationships at the forefront. Intelligent and quirky, she has found a balance of both working and playing hard.

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A Sign of Leadership

Recently promoted to vice president of sales and marketing at Office Sign Company in Fargo, Jack Yakowicz ’15 is embracing all aspects of the business.

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A College Checklist for High School Seniors

You’ve made it to your final year of high school – congratulations!

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Why I Study Communication at Concordia

There’s one word that scared Micayla Bitz ’21 more than anything else when she started college: undecided.

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Unexpected Journeys: Telling the Story

Dr. Dawn Duncan combines her passions and interests to facilitate a collaborative learning environment that expands beyond the confines of a classroom.

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Cobbers Crossing Continents

Júlia Ozaniaková ’21 is using her experiences abroad to network in the Fargo-Moorhead community, advocate for women in business, and promote Concordia College around the world.

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Get to Know Concordia's National Alumni Board

The publicist for the Oscars, the owner of a sandwich shop, former nurses and teachers, and a chef. These are just a few of the people who serve on Concordia’s National Alumni Board.

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Laying the Groundwork

Through her role with the Student Government Association, Glory Kom Petnkeu ’19 is finding ways to celebrate and amplify the voices of minoritized Cobbers.

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This is Coach Grant Hemmingsen

Meet Men’s Basketball Head Coach Grant Hemmingsen, who brings both accountability and compassion to the court.

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Providing a Home Away From Home

Jill (Anderson) Christopher ’01 is the executive director of the Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Red River Valley.

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