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  • 6 reasons Cardinal fans have to go to CIT

    “C – UUUUUU! A – A!” You know you’ve been at Concordia Invitational Tournament (CIT) games all day when you can still hear the cheers ringing in your ears as you fall asleep.

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  • Four teams receive CULaunch! prize money to launch businesses

    From fishing lures to motivational speaking, four teams of Concordia University Ann Arbor students funneled their passions and purpose into business pitches for a chance take home a portion of the $2100 in seed money at the 2018 CULaunch! entrepreneurial pitch competition on Tuesday, November 27.

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  • Student launches baking business from CUAA entrepreneurial pitch event earnings

    For most students, the holidays bring a relaxing break from the usual demands of the semester, but that is certainly not the case for Concordia University Ann Arbor student Annalyse Auxer (’21).

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  • November Student of the Month: Emmi Schulze (’20)

    "Emmi Schulze is a Secondary Education major. She has impeccable attendance, asks engaging questions in the classroom, exhibits a passion for learning, serves as an asset to her peers, coordinates class projects voluntarily, provides exemplars of student work, and is very proficient in course content." —Faculty nomination

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  • November 16, 2018
    Call Me Cardinal, News, Students

    CUAA students tie 80 fleece blankets for local children’s hospital

    This holiday season, students from Concordia University Ann Arbor joined together to warm the spirits of children at a local Ann Arbor children’s hospital.

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  • November 12, 2018
    International, News, Students, Study Abroad

    Explore, Discover, Learn, Embrace: CUAA celebrates international students

    No matter if a student is from up the road or across the globe, students agree that Concordia University Ann Arbor feels like home.

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  • October Student of the Month: Dakota Bostic (’19)

    "Dakota Bostic is recognized as a leader at CUAA. He was the Justice and Public Policy leader during the catastrophic simulation event last April, he has also led teams during other critical incident simulations demonstrating his readiness to enter the criminal justice community..."

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  • October 8, 2018
    Athletics, News, Students

    Cardinals inaugural ice hockey seasons are underway

    The 2018-19 ice hockey seasons are underway for the Concordia University Ann Arbor men’s and women’s teams.

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  • Breaking the chain

    This story first appeared in the fall 2018 issue of the Arbor Light, the official magazine of Concordia University Ann Arbor.

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  • School of Nursing goes global

    What’s it like to come face-to-face with an elephant while you are in class? Or to earn clinical hours by holding a patient’s hand while their toenail was removed from a gangrene-infected toe?

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