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After changing her majors and switching careers, Sydni Kreps ’17 recently created a path she always dreamed of — opening her own bookshop in Moorhead.
The best part about Concordia is the endless opportunities to find what you love.
As a music composition major, Carmen Geiger-Schutz ’23 has taken advantage of every opportunity to write and premiere her original works.
Taking full advantage of Concordia’s individualized support, Jacob Meyer ’24 pursues a career in the medical field while participating in the choral program.
As the student manager of The Concordia Choir, Emily Oliversen ’22 shares her experience preparing for the annual Christmas concert.
Cobbers learn to approach life together in new ways.
Concordia seniors Marin Wilts and Max Mona share a flourishing collaboration with Golden Age.
With a dream to study biology education, Joshua Weber ’23 never thought that attending Concordia could be a feasible option, but he is now at the college of his dreams.
As the manager for choral activities, Wyatt Steinke ’17 is fueled by his hopeful vision for Concordia’s choral program and the impact it will continue to have on countless lives for years to come.
Through support from faculty and fellow ensemble members, music education major Grace VanAlst ’21 is learning how to be a leader.