Hurricane Matthew wreaks havoc
Category Four Hurricane Matthew tore through Haiti, Florida, Georgia and both Carolinas over the weekend. Haiti has sustained 1,000 deaths, and has resorted to buring the dead in mass graves. 2... Read More »
Seven Luther students shared their political perspectives from their time studying abroad at the “Election Roundtable: Perceptions of the US Election from Abroad” on Oct. 5.
Sponsored by the Center for Ethics and Publi... Read More »
Luther community members gathered for a workshop about relationship violence on Thursday, Oct. 5. Attendees viewed a 40-minute video and then participated in small-group discussions led by student facilitators.
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The Norse women’s tennis team achieved an 8-1 victory against Central College on Oct. 2, winning the Conference title with a perfect league record of 8-0.
Women’s tennis player Jackie Cychosz (‘18) remembered the... Read More »
Dean Thompson was first elected to the county board of supervisors four years ago, and has been of great service to Winneshiek County. In his capacity as supervisor, Thompson has been inst... Read More »
Standards of gender roles and love were redefined in the Visual and Performing Arts’ rendition of Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night.” The play consisted of almost two entirely separate casts, one p... Read More »
The sounds of instruments echoed throughout the Center for Faith and Life, but none were to be found. Vocalosity is an a cappella ensemble, meaning that they imitate the sounds of intruments to accomp... Read More »
Professor of English Nancy Barry has created a radio show to tune up and repair writing skills. The show titled “The Naked Page: ‘Car Talk’ for Writers” airs on KWLC Sunday nights from 7 ... Read More »