Many base their decision to attend a college on a certain inexplicable quality of ‘rightness’ they felt upon visiting, one that transcends programs and scholarships offered. For a large number of students here at Luther, that quality is legacy.
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Ben Nordquist (‘15) is dedicated to journaling.
He journals frequently, putting his personal thoughts to paper. One day last spring, he asked his friends if they wanted to do the same.
No Shave November is back and hairier than ever. This month, Chips will follow three Luther men – an experienced grower, a second time participant and an innocent first year – throughout their journeys into the unknown. These brave men will attempt to grow their facial hair for the next month. No trimming allowed.
Sam Raiche (‘15): “The Incumbent”
Imagine leaving Luther, living in a different country for an entire year and immersing yourself in a different culture while going to school in a city with innumerable experiences at your fingertips. That is what twelve Luther students do every year when they sign up for the Nottingham study abroad trip.
The act of writing and publishing a book is a popular goal on bucket lists across the nation. For Kristina Nienhaus (‘13), this is one item that has been recently checked off with the publication of a children’s book titled “Made of Love.”
Maddy Kofoed (‘13) didn’t know what she was getting herself into when she agreed to be President of Enlaces for the school year, but she’s been pleasantly surprised.
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Fifty-three percent. That is the chance a student cyclist has of losing a bike to theft during his or her four years in college, according to an Integrated Cycle Systems national survey.
The Luther campus is no exception.
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