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Luther College Moment in History #41

Luther College Moment in History #41

September 16, 2013

September 1, 2011, the Luther community welcomed 678 new first year and transfer students in the Center for Faith and Learning. Shown in this photograph, Tracy Kidder, the author of this years' first-year reading, "Strength in What Remains," gave the convocation address, supplemented by photographs from his friend Deogratias whose story and memories of civil war in Burundi and Rwanda is recollected.

Today's moment in history is actually from today, as history is constantly happening around us. This morning, September 1, 2011, the Luther community welcomed 678 new first year and transfer students in the Center for Faith and Learning. Shown in this photograph, Tracy Kidder, the author of this years' first-year reading, "Strength in What Remains," gave the convocation address, supplemented by photographs from his friend Deogratias whose story and memories of civil war in Burundi and Rwanda is recollected.
Today's moment in history is actually from today, as history is constantly happening around us. This morning, September 1, 2011, the Luther community welcomed 678 new first year and transfer students in the Center for Faith and Learning. Shown in this photograph, Tracy Kidder, the author of this years' first-year reading, "Strength in What Remains," gave the convocation address, supplemented by photographs from his friend Deogratias whose story and memories of civil war in Burundi and Rwanda is recollected.
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