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Leboy Oltimbau and Musa Kamaika

Maasai cultural guides to lead events at Luther College

Leboy Oltimbau and Musa Kamaika, members of the Maasai tribe of Tanzania, will be in residence at Luther College this spring. They will share their culture, which has developed around the herding of cattle, sheep and goats, while experiencing American life for the first time and greeting old friends. The Decorah community is invited to two events during their residency.

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'The Unintended Reformation'

Luther College professors Ruth Caldwell and Robert Christman will give the Luther College Emeriti Colloquia lecture, "A presentation of  'The Unintended Reformation: How a Religious Revolution Secularized Society,' by Brad Gregory" on Thursday, April 13. The lecture will be held at 3 p.m. in the Mott Room on the first floor of Dahl Centennial Union on the Luther campus. Caldwell and Christman will provide an overview of Gregory's argument and offer a critique of his claims.

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Discovery Camps

Luther College Discovery Camps

Luther College Discovery Camps offer weeklong environmental programming to students entering first through ninth grade who are interested in learning more about the natural world. Early registration is open until Saturday, April 15, and available at a discounted rate. Camps take place on the Luther campus and surrounding natural areas of Decorah. Space is limited in all programs, so early registration is recommended.

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Creative Careers in the Arts Panel

Creative Careers in the Arts Panel

Join the Luther College Visual and Performing Arts faculty and students in welcoming four Midwestern panelists who will to share their experiences about careers in the arts. The panel is at 6 p.m. Monday, April 10, in the Jewel Theatre in the Center for the Arts on the Luther campus. Refreshments and informal conversation will follow the panel in the lobby of the Center for the Arts.

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