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Luther College offers CSA reimbursement program

Luther College's Center for Sustainable Community has partnered with local farmers to provide Luther faculty and staff the opportunity to participate in a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program and receive reimbursement for a portion of the share they choose to buy.

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Ben Sides, Luther sophomore, will attend the Fulbright Summer Institute.

Luther's Ben Sides asked to attend Fulbright Summer Institute

Ben Sides, who will be a sophomore this fall at Luther College, has been selected by the Fulbright Summer Institute to study at the University of Dundee in Dundee, Scotland, and the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Scotland, on one of the most prestigious and selective summer scholarship programs operating worldwide. 

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San Jose Taiko perform Friday, Oct. 3

School Matinee Performance Series announced

Luther College's School Matinee Performances for the 2014-15 year feature four dynamic events, including three theater performances: "The Lightning Thief," "And Justice for All" and "Lilly's Purple Plastic Purse," as well as an electrifying percussion performance by San Jose Taiko.

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Hugh Masakela playing a flugelhorn in the performance of 20 Years of Freedom.

Center Stage Series 2014-15 season

Luther College Center Stage Series invites you to be at the center of it all with 10 acclaimed arts performances on the Center for Faith and Life stage for the 2014-15 season, Sept. 13-April 11. Tickets for Center Stage Series events may be purchased as a subscription package through Aug. 29.

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Jim Martin-Schramm, Luther College professor of religion and interim director of the center for sustainable communities gives a tour of the solar field

Luther College hosts renewable energy tour

On June 21, the summer solstice-the day with the most hours of daylight in the year, Luther College will host a public tour of its renewable energy facilities. The tour is part of the "Solar Works for Iowa" campaign, which is promoting similar events in communities across the state to discuss the potential for solar energy to heat and power Iowans' homes, businesses and farms.  

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Elisabeth Koren, Norwegian immigrant, pioneer woman, pastor's wife, and mother of nine, was also a dedicated letter-writer.

Norwegian immigrant letters donated to Luther College by Nelson family

Elisabeth Koren, Norwegian immigrant, pioneer woman, pastor's wife, and mother of nine, was also a dedicated letter-writer. The recent discovery of 156 of her letters, which were been donated to Luther College, sheds light not only on her life of reflection, motherhood, immigration and faith, but also on the larger history of Norwegians in America.

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Bradley Hanson, Luther College emeritus professor of religion.

'Spirituality and Your Life Story'

In his new book "Spirituality and Your Life Story," Bradley Hanson, Luther College emeritus professor of religion, probes the close connections between spirituality and personal "life story."

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Hailey Prohashka, Luther College class of 2015

Luther College announces Karen Julesberg Scholarship

Hailey Prohaska, Luther College junior from Platteville, Wisconsin, has received the Karen Julesberg Scholarship for the 2014-15 academic year. The $1,000 scholarship was created by Karen Julesberg of Madison, Wisconsin, a 1960 graduate of Luther College. The award benefits Luther students involved in Student Support Services, a federal TRIO program sponsored by Luther for 40 years.

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Luther College students selected for Davis Projects for Peace

Luther College students Ervin Liz, class of 2016; Mahadeva Illanco Kavindra, class of 2015; and Noorullah Zafari, class of 2015, were selected to have their projects funded in the competitive Davis Projects for Peace program. The Projects for Peace program is an invitation to undergraduates at American colleges and universities in the Davis United World College Scholars Program to design grassroots projects that can be implemented around the world. The projects judged to be the most promising and feasible are funded with $10,000 each.

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