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A Cobber Family Legacy

After following her family’s footsteps to Concordia, Jennie Reinan ’19 began creating her own path.

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Communicating With Compassion

Warm and humble in demeanor, Dr. Cindy Larson-Casselton is the chair of the communication studies and theatre art department. With more than 30 years of teaching experience at Concordia, students who have interacted with her can attest to her kindness, thoughtful listening, and empathy for others.

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This is Dr. Ahmed Kamel

Dr. Ahmed Kamel has computers and artificial intelligence down to a science.

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A Summer of Corn and Community

Emma Gjesdahl ’19 spent her summer eating copious amounts of corn and traveling across the Midwest as corn feed co-coordinator.

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Leveraging Intern Experience

From percussion ensemble to software application design to The Concordia Band, Jordan Yatckoske ’20 explores it all at Concordia.

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From Concordia to Congress

Coya Knutson, a 1934 graduate of Concordia College, was the first woman from Minnesota to be elected to the U.S. House of Representatives.

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Balancing Math and Music

From numbers to notes, Jack Fiskum ’19 excels in balancing his education in mathematics with his musical talents.

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Digging Up Opportunities

Most students can’t say they’ve dug up and studied fossils for college credit, but Sam Engrav ’21 can.

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Why Stay in Fargo-Moorhead After Graduation

Upon graduation, there are countless opportunities waiting for you – including many in the Fargo-Moorhead area.

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Performing With Grace

Kaho Suda ’19 bravely left her comfort zone in Tokyo to venture out and study music at Concordia College.

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