"It is not I. You are not I. You are part of the universe. You are the universe." - Phuc Phan ('13)
Noah Nelsen-Gross / Chips
The colors on the bluff line are beautiful this time of year, calming and thought-inducing.
“That whole ‘popping’ thing is so comedic when I’m reading poems about dead lovers,” Thomas Lundberg (‘15) said.
Casey DeLima / Chips
This fall, some students may notice that their fellow classmates are looking a bit older ... and sort of familiar ... like maybe they should be in front of the class instead of in it.
Matt Yan / Chips
Many Luther students are unaware of a lively event that takes place right in Decorah. A lucky few, however, have discovered contradances.
Contradances remind participants of the folk culture of their ancestors, and since the mid-1990s, fiddler Erik Sessions has kept the culture alive in Decorah.
10 a.m. Saturday morning.
Many Luther students and Decorah residents spend their days surrounded by beautiful bluffs and rolling hills. In Decorah, it is easy to take a day trip to Malanaphy Springs or an evening walk at Dunnings Springs.