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As president of the Great Plains Food Bank, Melissa Sobolik ’02 leads the organization toward its mission of ending hunger.
By combining her interests in nutrition and American Sign Language, Sydney Bexell ’21 is gaining experience in breaking language barriers.
Katelin Krueger ’20 discusses the adjustments she has made at Concordia as she prepares for chiropractic school.
Businesses are setting up shop in the Fargo-Moorhead area at a rapid pace, providing internship opportunities everywhere.
Through her role as Family Weekend chair, Katie Ohren ’21 helped organize a fun weekend that celebrated the families and friends of Cobbers.
Hans Frank-Holzner ’21 makes the most of every opportunity, including the pursuit of four majors.
One of the best things about the Fargo-Moorhead area is the seemingly unlimited amount of entertainment for all ages.
College is not only a time to establish yourself in a new community but also to reflect on the values that are important to you.
An annual tradition in its 93rd year, get a glimpse of the making of this year’s Concordia Christmas Concert, “My Spirit Sings.”
After attending a Concordia Christmas concert in high school, Logan Thoennes ’21 knew there was no turning back.