This year the Diversity Center wants you to Aim High! Dig Deep! Act! Think about ways in which you can embody these ideas and share them with us.
Facing the realization that yet another semester is coming to a close, I can’t help but reflect on my experiences this past semester; As many fellow students can relate to, it feels like my work load has grown as I progress through my time at Luther, and similarly it feels like my classes have become ever more rigorous and challenging.
International Education week is celebrated in November and what better way to highlight the importance of international education than to hear the story of how it changed a life. Rousheen attended Luther from 2006-2010 and graduated with a major Communications Studies. Luther is also the place where she learned about Ultimate Frisbee. This is her story about the Ultimate, travel and culture.
Sophomore Year at Luther: It was my first day as a Multicultural Student Assistant. I had my name tag on and I was read to go outreach to our new campus community members. I was so excited to meet people, and talk about the Diversity Center.
Festivals and Folktales is the theme for this year’s Ethnic Arts Celebration. Join the fun as we celebrate and learn about the countries and cultures that many of our students have traveled to or call home.Our global celebration begins Saturday, March 7 at 1:00 p.m. in the Dahl Centennial Union.
Hello everyone. Welcome back. I just want to remind everyone that each year, Luther College hosts an annual Black History Symposium. This year’s symposium is titled Africans and African-Americans: It’s Complicated. Mark your calendars for February 11-12.