- April 22, 2014
Guy Nave, Luther College associate professor of religion, highlights the socially constructed nature of beliefs and belief systems, and how they say far more about us than they do about the "gods" we claim to accept or reject.
- April 11, 2014
Todd Green, Luther College assistant professor of religion, asks the questions "Are religion courses harmful to faith?" and "Should faith as we know it survive?" How would you respond?
- April 10, 2014
Robert Vrtis, Luther assistant professor of theatre, paints a picture with words, or more specifically a voice-his 18-month-old daughter's voice. He takes a look at why we don't "feel out loud" and whether or not that's good.
- April 7, 2014
Drawing from Psalms, Buddhist scriptures and Beastie Boys lyrics, Gereon Kopf, Luther professor of religion, attempts to reconcile our thoughts on sharing a common humanity by valuing diversity of culture, religion and lifestyle.
- April 1, 2014
Brad Miller, associate professor of computer science, asks the question, "What is the role of online education at Luther College?" and discusses the pros and cons of MOOCs.
- March 20, 2014
Though the term "Photoshopping" is relatively new, Aaron Lurth, Luther College director of visual media, explains that the practice of altering images is almost as old as the ability to photograph. His blog post questions whether or not we can or should trust photos.
- March 19, 2014
The art (and science) of film music is front and center these days at Luther College. In January, Luther associate professor of music, taught a new first-year seminar on film music, culminating in four collaborative film scores composed and performed by the students in his class.
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