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Connecting Through Nature

Concordia Outdoor Recreation Club President Levi Kovic ’23 shares what makes CORC unique to other student organizations.

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Designing Accessible Fashion

As president of Concordia’s Black Student Union who studies business and healthcare leadership, entrepreneur Musu Kromah ’22 strives to create accessible environments on campus and beyond.

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Exploration Yields Speciality

Now working as a pediatric nurse, Anna Sprunger ’20 shares how she made the most of her college experience, combining the arts and sciences while also studying abroad.

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Mathematics: A Unique Art Form

Driven to create opportunities for his students, assistant professor of mathematics Dr. Mark Causapin applied for a National Science Foundation grant that covers tuition costs for 16 math education majors during their last two years at Concordia.

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Driven By Experience

Career focused and determined, Isaiah Johnson ’22 shares how his internship at Revo Health gave him crucial work experience and connections.

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Fueling Students for Success

Cobber Food Pantry reduces the barriers student face with food insecurity.

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From the Heart to the Brain of The Concordia Choir

As the student manager of The Concordia Choir, Emily Oliversen ’22 shares her experience preparing for the annual Christmas concert.

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Centering on Success

Now in her second year in Concordia’s Center for Student Success, Rani Bezanson reflects on her role as the diversity support coordinator.

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Business is Popping

For accounting and finance major Luke Lindhorst ’22, coursework has directly influenced his success as a young entrepreneur.

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Teaching the Next Generation

Determined to spark change in Indigenous communities through teaching, Morgan LaRocque ’24 recounts her internship experience with the local Indian Education Program.

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