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  • San Jose Taiko

    Center Stage Series: San Jose Taiko performance and workshop at Luther College Oct. 4

    Join the "Rhythm Journey" as Luther College Center Stage Series presents San Jose Taiko, a traditional Japanese drumming ensemble from San Jose, California. Watch the complexity of movement and feel the propulsive sounds of the taiko as San Jose Taiko combines traditional Japanese drumming with traditional and contemporary dance.

  • President Carlson and Thomas Schattauer

    Luther College Student Activities Council presents 'The Inaugural Ball'

    Luther College Student Activities Council invites the public to this year's SAC Flamingo Ball, transformed into "The Inaugural Ball," to welcome President Paula Carlson, along with her friends and family, to the Decorah and Luther community. Come celebrate and dance to the sounds of variety band The Sevilles at 9 p.m. homecoming Saturday, Oct. 11, in the Main Gym of the Regents Center on the Luther campus.

  • Paula Carlson, Luther College president

    Luther College Presidential Inauguration Oct. 10

    The inauguration of Paula J. Carlson as the 10th president of Luther College will be held Friday, Oct. 10, during Luther's Homecoming weekend. The investiture ceremony, 3 p.m. in the Center for Faith and Life, is open to the public with no charge for admission. For those unable to attend the ceremony, the event will be live-streamed at: http://portal.stretchinternet.com/lutheradmin/.

  • Morey, Amy

    Luther alumna Amy Morey receives Monsanto Research Grant Award

    Amy Morey, Luther College class of 2006, was awarded the 2014 Monsanto Research Grant Award. The research grant provides funds to outstanding Entomological Society of America student members who are undertaking research projects.

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