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Anderson Prairie as elementary school site violates school mission

Danny May, News Editor

March 2, 2017

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I find it hard to even grasp the proposal to build an elementary school on Luther’s Anderson Prairie. As we seem to adhere to our mission statement as a sort of campus constitution — and understandably so — why would we even consi...

Falsely-based fear of providing abortions leads to de-funding of crucial NEICAC

Emily Crowe, Editor-in-Chief

February 28, 2017

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The Northeast Iowa Community Action Corporation (NEICAC) received about 50 percent of its funding from the Iowa Family Planning Network Waiver (IFPN) last year. According to NEICAC’s website, this non-profit provides “Early C...

Proposed school: Proximity to Luther not reason enough

Olivia Benson, Head Copy Editor

February 28, 2017

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After returning to campus three weeks ago, it seems like talk of the proposal to construct an elementary school in Anderson Prairie has been inescapable. I have seen flyers across campus, been invited to numerous panels concerning ...

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

Fran Stevenson, Features Editor

February 17, 2017

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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 ...

Black History Month: Strategic Marginalization in Disguise

Makeda Barkley, Managing Editor

February 17, 2017

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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...

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