Graduation year: 2015
Major(s)/Minor: Political Science and Communications with an emphasis in Public Relations and a German minor
Hometown, State: Appleton, Wisconsin
Concordia Involvement/Activities: SN@C coordinator, Chapel, Communion, Sunday Night at Concordia, Tabernacle, German Club, Scandinavian Club, Peer Minister for MCCM, Minister of Communion and a Member of the St. Joseph's Parish Choir, Eventide Adopt-a-Grandparent, Photo Editor for the Concordian, Campana Bell Choir, Campus Lights, CREDO
Favorite thing about Concordia: Well, besides the great education, the community at Concordia is fantastic! I love that the school is small enough that I can recognize faces and see my friends on the way to class and I love the amount of activities that Concordia has to offer.
One obstacle I had to overcome at Concordia: Coming to Concordia, I did not know anyone else here. On top of that, I was nine hours away from my friends and family at home. At first it was difficult to adjust to life at college, but once I got involved and began meeting new people and making friends, I felt right at home at Concordia.
Best advice to a new student at Concordia: Have fun! Get involved! College seems scary at first, but jumping right in and making the best of every opportunity you are given will really begin a great college experience!
Summer Job/Activities: Manderfield's bakery was my job for the duration of high school and I am returning there for the summer. I am just enjoying being home in the presence of my family, especially because my younger sister will be beginning her college experience next year.
Favorite attraction or hang-out in Fargo/Moorhead: Oh, definitely Tutti Fruitti, I love that place!
Little known fact about yourself: I love roller coasters and other thrill rides! Six flags Great America is like my heaven on earthFavorite pick up line: If I had a rose for every time I thought of you I'd be walking in a garden forever.