The Luther Student Nursing Association (LSNA) held a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the installation of a new Automated External Defibrillator (AED) in Valders Hall of Science of Nov. 22. President Paula J. Carlson... Read More »
Professor of Management Tim Schweizer was elected to the Winneshiek County Medical Center (WMC) Board of Trustees as a write-in candidate on Nov. 8.
The WMC Board of Trustees meets once a month and works with the WMC Administ... Read More »
The Board of Regents approved a salary supplement in place of the traditional percentage pay increase during their Nov. 4 meeting. The supplement was given instead of the proposed two percent pay increase favored by the Fa... Read More »
Isaac Jensen (‘17) competed at the NCAA DIII Cross Country Championships in Louisville, KY on Nov. 19 and finished 10th out of 278 runners in the 8k course with a time of 24:37.9, earning himself All-American Honors.
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The hills of North Dakota are very brown this time of year. I closed my eyes for an hour during our road trip out West, and swear I woke up passing by the same scatterings of deadened hills. After hours... Read More »
The fall Opera Scenes performance presented an array of emotions on the subject of romance and loss between friends and lovers. Alumni Guest Lecturers in Music Chad Sonka (‘12) and Jill Phillips (‘... Read More »
The Visual and Performing Arts Department presented “Who Do You Trust?,” a dance performance that interpreted the Paideia theme of trust, on Nov. 17, 18 and 19 in Jewel Theater. The performance featu... Read More »
Pop rock band Parachute performed a concert on Nov. 19 in the Regents Center gym. About 200 Luther students and Decorah residents attended the concert.
The concert began with opener Lissie, a Quad Cities native. S... Read More »