Professor of Systematic Theology at the University of Iceland Arnfríður Guðmundsdóttir gave a lecture titled “Lost and Found Women of the Reformation” on Dec. 1. Approximately 30 people attended the event, which was ... Read More »
A recent injunction on an Obama administration ruling regarding overtime work compensation pertains to some Luther employees who fall within the updated salary cap.
Forbes.com reported on Nov. 22 that Texas Federal Judg... Read More »
In response to the 50 percent retention rate for students in the nursing program’s 2017 class, students and faculty are reflecting and improving upon a series of previous changes made to the program in 2013. The 2017 clas... Read More »
Head Men’s and Women’s Swim and Dive Coach Nicole Kaupp began her first competition season coaching at Luther in Fall 2016 after accepting the position in March of the 2015-2016 academic year.
Kaupp officially began... Read More »
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 humanities and math teamed up to create the art exhibition “Trigonopoetry.” The exhibit created by Tiberiu Chelcea opened on Oct. 22.
Chelcea, a Romanian artist who relocated to the United Sta... Read More »
The Luther choral and orchestral tradition, Christmas at Luther (CAL), took place Dec. 1-4. The student musicians performed for students, alumni, parents and community members. The concert featured at Luther... Read More »
The three Luther a capella groups Undeclared, Bromatic Progression and Beautiful Mess performed at their annual winter concert in the atrium of the Center for the Arts (CFA) on Dec. 4.
This was Undeclar... Read More »