SAC Spotlight howls with The Mowgli’s
Independent music took the spotlight in the Center for Faith and Life on Saturday, Sept. 6 as Los Angeles band The Mowgli’s treated the audience to an hour and a half of folk rock. The concert was put on by SAC Spotlight as a part of an initiative to broaden the organization’s scope.
“SAC Spotlight … chose The Mowgli’s because we’re doing a little ‘re-imaging,’” SAC Spotlight co-chair Emma Hartmann (‘15) said. “We would like to reach a broader audience among Luther students and we’re going about this by bringing in bigger names and co-sponsoring with a variety of groups on campus.”
In a new recycling initiative, Brandt Hall residents were provided a “Tiny Trash” recycling bin for the 2014-2015 academic year. It comes with two bins: one large blue bin for recycling and one small black bin for trash.
The purpose behind the bin is to educate students on proportions according to Assistant Director of Center for Sustainable Communities Stratis Giannakouros who has been involved with the proposal and installation of this program.
Driving back to Decorah after spending seven months away was a bizarre experience.
The summer before my senior year in high school, my English teacher instructed us to choose and analyze a work of literature for a social issue. I walked into Barnes and Noble clutching a piece of paper with “The Awakening” by Kate Chopin and my sister following several paces behind me to begin to do research.
It’s a Monday morning. No, it’s a gorgeous Friday afternoon and the sun is tantalizing. Maybe it’s the morning after your best friend’s 21st birthday. Actually, it’s the day after your first biology quiz.
Or maybe it’s none of these days.
During this first week of classes (or, as I’ve begun to call it, The Great Syllabus Recitation), a professor of mine seemed unsurprised when no one in my class had read the news recently enough to know the state of the world at large.
That kinda stung.
The Norse football team set sail on a successful voyage this past Saturday afternoon, capturing a 35-33 victory over Presentation College in their season opener at Carlson Stadium.
Erin Wilson (‘14) is a captain on the women’s soccer team and has played her entire college career. Wilson is a defender and has scored one goal in two of the four games the team has had this season.
Chips: What has been the best part about being on the soccer team all four years at Luther?