Google’s 2-Step Verification: process not worth the hassle

Fran Stevenson, Features Editor

February 17, 2017

Filed under Editorial

At the beginning of this semester all Luther students were forced to register for a Google 2-step Verification with the idea that this will keep Luther accounts safe. 2-step Verification requires the one logging in to type in ... Read more »

Black History Month: Strategic Marginalization in Disguise

Makeda Barkley, Managing Editor

February 17, 2017

Filed under Editorial

Every year, February marks the month during which we recognize African-American authors, scientists, activists, artists, and other public figures. We go to lectures, concerts, and celebrations of black culture and societal con... Read more »

Mental health education and support: vital for students

Katie Patyk (‘18)

February 17, 2017

Filed under Letter to Editor

I was diagnosed with depression during my junior year of high school and have been coping with it ever since. I openly talk about it, but I have encountered my share of problems for doing so. People have slammed doors in my face ... Read more »

A white ally to standing rock: confronting white privilege

Rebecka Green (‘19)

December 4, 2016

Filed under Letter to Editor

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 of this, the first glimp... Read more »

Luther values and social justice

President Paula Carlson

December 4, 2016

Filed under Letter to Editor

The Luther community is engaged in serious, ongoing conversations about issues of social justice, and I want to share my thoughts—and the college's core principles—with respect to issues of diversity, equity and inclusion. Luther... Read more »

Studying humanities in a STEM world

Elizabeth Bonin, A&E Editor

December 4, 2016

Filed under Editorial

I hate telling people I'm an English major. The reactions I get are usually questions as to what on earth I'm going to do with that, scoffing remarks because my major is apparently useless or just a controlled nod of the head a... Read more »

NASA political affiliation disclaimer

NASA Executive Board, NASA Column

December 4, 2016

Filed under Opinions

Norse Against Sexual Assault does not have any political affiliation. We believe that you should be a part of helping make our campus safe no matter what your sex, political affiliation, age, race, gender or religious background... Read more »

Respect for political orientation

Trevor Brandt (‘17)

December 4, 2016

Filed under Letter to Editor

Before I begin I would like to say that I am a liberal Democrat who voted for Hillary Clinton in this election. I would also like to say that yes, I do not like Donald Trump’s comments he has made towards women, minorities, dis... Read more »

Response to “I’m a woman and I voted for Trump”

Anna Phearman (‘19)

December 4, 2016

Filed under Letter to Editor

While reading Kia Feia’s (‘19)  Letter to the Editor last week, I felt compelled to respond to several statements that I felt were misguided. I want to begin by stating that I absolutely respect her right to an opinion, ho... Read more »

Reconciling differences in a Trump America

Olivia Benson, Head Copy Editor

November 17, 2016

Filed under Editorial

In the week following the presidential election I have experienced a multitude of friends, family and political leaders telling me both in person and on social media that I need to trust and respect our president-elect Donald Tru... Read more »

The reformation of political rhetoric in the US

Danny May, News Editor

November 17, 2016

Filed under Editorial

After a year and a half of candidacy, newly-elected president Donald Trump has established a new norm regarding speech. He has reset the standards for what public figures can say, pushing the bar down astonishingly low. No lon... Read more »