While some students plan to wait tables or fetch coffee as an intern this summer, others will be researching the percent of deer ticks that carry Lyme Disease or studying the effect of indoor gardening for nursing home residents.
Paul Esker (‘14) and Luke Hanson (‘14) have been elected as president and vice president of Student Senate for the 2013-2014 school year. They ran unopposed, a rare occurrence in Student Senate’s presidential election history.
The Upper Iowa River’s level has increased with the greater amounts of snow and rain this spring compared to last year. Historical indications, however, suggest that the Luther community should not feel alarmed.
It’s a swing and a miss for students hoping to tune into their favorite Major League Baseball teams this season. The MLB media blackout, which affects local broadcasters like Mediacom, is still in effect, preventing customers from accessing Fox Sports North.
Visiting lecturer Jean Twenge spoke on the current generation of youth’s increased attention to the individual in two separate lectures last week: “Generation Me” and “The Narcissism Epidemic,” based off two of her books baring the same titles.
Due to the construction of the new pool, one of the blue emergency phones on campus that was located near Regents has been taken down. That leaves only two left on campus — one behind Preus Library and the other outside of Olson Hall.
One bowl of soy protein, dry rice, chicken flavoring and dehydrated vegetables. This is what Food for Kidz distributes to children across the world to keep them from starving. Through his One for Five business, Jeff Thompson (‘13) set up a food packaging event to sort, weigh and package meals to be distributed by Food for Kidz.