This Graffiti wall behind the Fargo Forum headquarters in downtown Fargo is one spot photographers Morgan Schleif and Bri Lee like for taking pictures. Schleif and Lee normally don’t look for specific spots to take photos, preferring to walk and let the scenery catch their artistic eye. Photo by Maddie Malat.

Looking through the lens

The best nooks in Fargo, according to student photographers When browsing through Instagram, you might find a couple of Concordia’s own student-photographers. You might click on their profiles and peruse […]


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