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Be sure to check out these fun and unique student organizations.
Audubon Dakota is working to promote green spaces in the Fargo-Moorhead community through their new Urban Stewardship Program.
From Orientation to theatre to music appreciation, Signe Johnson ’20 is creating her home at Concordia.
Tonya (Bakewell) Dreher ’92 knew she was made for something more when her son Gus was diagnosed with Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
From hosting scavenger hunts to buying coffee for strangers, Concordia’s Cobbers in Action club aims to spread joy and kindness across the community.
Zahra Banks ’20 is passionate about data, diversity and inclusion, and representation of women in STEM careers.
To biologists, the supraoptic nucleus is a nucleus of magnocellular neurosecretory cells in the hypothalamus of the mammalian brain.
Moving out of the residence halls seems like a natural transition during college, as many consider living off campus a key experience of college life.
Biology major Kevin Marzolf ’19 will not only graduate prepared for dental school but also with lifelong friends he’s made on and off the field.
Being Responsibly Engaged in the World (BREW) is central to the Concordia philosophy, and there are many opportunities to BREW on and off campus.