Nobel Peace Prize Forum presents Dalai Lama
Luther students ventured to the Minneapolis Convention Center to attend the Nobel Peace Prize Forum the weekend of Saturday, March 1. Saturday was the first day of the forum, opening under the theme of “Faith and Peace Day.”
Student finds papyri scrolls
In January, Brittany Anderson (‘16) was taking inventory of the Luther College Archives when she came across nine papyri scrolls dating back to first and fifth centuries CE.
The atmosphere was electric Friday, Feb. 28 and Saturday, March 1 as Luther hosted the annual IIAC Track & Field Indoor Championships. The Luther men finished with 52.2 points, good for sixth in the conference. The Luther women ended with 88 points to finish two points behind University of Dubuque for a fourth place finish.
Tricia Serres (‘16) competed in the Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (IIAC) on Feb. 28 and March 1 on the Luther indoor track. Serres currently holds the fastest time in division three for the 3000m with a time of 9:35 and the mile (4:50). Serres also holds school records in both events.
Chips: What is your favorite race to compete in?
It’s that time again. America’s pastime is back in full swing. Luther’s baseball team is looking to start their season out on the right foot this Saturday, March 8 in Jackson, Ill., where they will be playing two games. The team has a lot to look forward to in the upcoming season.
Chips looks a little different now.
It was a long time coming, in retrospect. Upon inspection in the Luther Archives, last week's Chips didn't really look all that different from 2004's Chips. Just like the baggy, stonewashed jeans I was wearing back in 2004, it's gone a little out of style in the decade since.
Did you know the vast majority of job openings are never advertised? They are filled by word of mouth. That’s why networking is the best way to find a job.
As this winter seemingly has no end, Luther’s Student Senate began to rack their minds for a solution to the gloomy and gray moods that have settled over the hearts of Luther students. Our solution came in the form of a weeklong event to promote something we all take for granted, a simple word but a not-so-easy concept: happiness.
Dear Luther Students,
Are you crafty or do you like to make things with your hands? Are you interested in folk art or Norwegian culture? Do you want to try something different and out of the ordinary? Vesterheim, the national Norwegian-American museum and heritage center in downtown Decorah, offers classes in a variety of folk arts, whether you are a beginner or advanced student.