So, have you picked up your ticket for the Center Stage Series “As You Like It” yet?
You know what I love? Icy sidewalks and roads. There’s just something about the way they glisten in the sunlight, like Edward Cullen’s magical skin. It’s as beautiful as the smooth skin of a freshly shorn hobo. It’s as slippery as the slope I’m going down writing these articles ...
Alex Clark (‘12) is a one-year volunteer in the ELCA’s Young Adults in Global Mission program, serving in Masealama, South Africa. The following are excerpts from Alex’s blog at http://www.alexclarksa.wordpress.com, condensed by Chips Adviser Martin Klammer.
Once again, Christmas at Luther was marked not only by its glorious music, but by the anonymous flirtation known as Like-A-Little. Although the site no longer exists, we couldn’t escape its seductive powers – two students created a Tumblr page so the flirting could flourish.
I am a rational person. I am not very susceptible to Facebook scams, fake political movements or forwarding e-mails to prevent dead girls from appearing in my room.
However, a day is coming upon us that deeply frightens me: December 21, 2012. This is the predicted end of the world by the Mayans, with no details on how our doom will play out.
If you attended the Luther theatre program’s October “Much Ado About Nothing” and were considering attending the dance program’s November “A Tragedy Like Macbeth,” you could have been pretty sure about the differences between the two.
Since arriving in England I have discovered one of my life’s greatest loves – trains. In America, trains are mostly for hauling graffiti-covered shipping containers of who-knows-what to who-knows-where, or slow and expensive Amtrack trains serving a few areas of the country.