A maroon sweater submitted by an alum for the Concordia Memory Project. The Concordia archives are currently collecting artifacts, including photos and objects, from both current and past students. Photo by Jordan Elton.

Concordia collects artifacts for memory project

Rings, buttons and a maroon and gold stuffed animal dog. All contributions by Concordia alumni to the archives’ latest project. The Concordia archives are in the process of compiling artifacts […]


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