Primaries and caucuses have been taking place across the country since the first caucus took place in Iowa on Feb. 1. Since this time, Democrats and Republicans have been gaining delegates state by state. The total counts are... Read More »
Several Luther College faculty members are currently having conversations about reforming the intercultural all-college requirement. No official proposal has been set forth on the issue, but a variety of possible reforms ... Read More »
Sonia Kendrick delivered a lecture titled “Using Food Democracy to Rebuild Local Food Systems” on May 4 in Valders 362.
She spoke about her experience standing up for food justice in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where she founded a ... Read More »
The Luther men’s tennis team competed in the Iowa Conference NCAA Division III Automatic Qualifier Tournament May 6-7 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, advancing to the finals before falling to Coe College.
Entering the tournament with... Read More »
I was recently having a conversation with another Chips staff member before one of our weekly meetings. We got to talking, and he asked me where home was. Even though I have heard that phrase many times b... Read More »
Senior art majors are showcasing their work as part of a culminating art show on display in the Kristin Wigley-Fleming Fine Arts Gallery and Gregerson Gallery in the Center for the Arts from May 5 to 22.... Read More »
The Luther College music department delivered two performances of Franz Lehár’s operetta “The Merry Widow” on May 6 and 7 at 7:30 p.m. in the Center for Faith and Life (CFL) Main Hall. This pro... Read More »
The Luther College Brass Ensembles and Clarinet Choir showcased the hard work and time dedicated to their respective instruments over the course of the semester with a concert on April 27 in the Center for ... Read More »