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Coya Knutson, a 1934 graduate of Concordia College, was the first woman from Minnesota to be elected to the U.S. House of Representatives.
From numbers to notes, Jack Fiskum ’19 excels in balancing his education in mathematics with his musical talents.
Most students can’t say they’ve dug up and studied fossils for college credit, but Sam Engrav ’21 can.
Upon graduation, there are countless opportunities waiting for you – including many in the Fargo-Moorhead area.
Kaho Suda ’19 bravely left her comfort zone in Tokyo to venture out and study music at Concordia College.
Need to gain experience over the summer? Working at a Bible camp is a life-changing experience, grounded in faith, that prepares you in unexpected ways for your desired vocation.
We sat down with Mariah Norell ’19, a music and global studies double major, to learn more about what it’s like living in Concordia’s EcoHouse.
Community Access Scholarship awardee Innocent Nsengiyumva ’22 is learning what it means to be a Cobber.
After a unique path to college, Sofia Perez '22 is jumping headfirst into the Cobber life.
A dietetics internship launched a career that would take Katie Lee Rizzo ’95 across the country, to numerous professional fields and, finally, back to Fargo as an attorney for Sanford Health.