Over the weekend, several countries faced bombings, with Paris totaling the greatest number of casualties at over 120 fatalities. Beirut reported 43 fatalities from suicide bombings and 26 were reported in Baghdad after a su... Read More »
In the wake of decreased enrollment and a $3.7 million budget gap, Wartburg College in Waverly, Iowa, voted Nov. 10 to cut three faculty positions and offer retirement incentives to current professors.
This decision ca... Read More »
Luther biology professors recognized for their work to eradicate invasive garlic mustard plants in Decorah.
Associate Professor of Biology Beth Lynch and Professor Emerita Mary Lewis received an award for their work with... Read More »
Luther College men’s and women’s cross-country teams sent their top runners to compete at the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III Regional Championships on Saturday, Nov. 14.
Both the men’s and... Read More »
Thursday, Nov. 19 marks the 23rd International Men’s Day. The organization sponsoring the event, the Dads4Kids Fatherhood Foundation, describes the event’s goals as “raising awareness of men’s an... Read More »
ArtHaus held its bi-monthly Poetry Slam, a nine year tradition, on Friday, Nov. 13, a venue for poets to share their work and compete in the poetry slam contest.
Jenni and Eric Petersen-Brant, who took over... Read More »
Luther College celebrated Veterans Day with the Center Stage Series’ performance of “Letters Home” by Chicago Based Griffin Theater on Nov. 12. Along with the show, there was also a gallery prese... Read More »
Poet Todd Boss will be on campus to visit classes this week and to present a series of his collection of Motionpoems on Friday, Nov. 13. He will then return in January to teach a poetry and visual arts... Read More »