Center Stage Series Performance • March 14 , 2014 • 7:30 p.m.
River North Dance Chicago
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River North Dance Chicago, a jazz-based modern dance company will perform Friday, March 14th at 7:30 p.m. in the CFL Main Hall. The show features twelve highly trained dancers and each piece set to different music and color schemes. Included is a new piece entitledEva, which is set to and inspired by the folk-blues music of American singer Eva Cassidy.Tickets are free with CAF and available now at the box office or at tickets.luther.edu.
Now is the time to get your ticket for the last Center Stage Series show of the year! Legendary composer Phillip Glass will perform right here at Luther on Friday, April 4. Tickets have just gone on sale to the general public, so get your choice of seats while you can. As always, tickets are available at the box office or tickets.luther.edu. This will be a green card event!
Did you know? The Luther cafeteria is currently behind 500 hours of labor per week. Workers are especially needed on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. If you're interested in a work study position, please contact Leah McCrea at firstname.lastname@example.org. This message brought to you by Food Council - email us at email@example.com
J-term 2015 in Perú. For more information on the J-term 2015 language and culture course in Perú (SPAN 340), please see this website. Contact Prof. David Thompson with any questions.
The second Song Jam of the 2013-14 Luther College Art Song Jamboree series will be held at 5:15 p.m. Monday, March 17, in the Recital Hall of the Center for Faith and Life on the Luther campus. Art Song Jamboree, or "Song Jam," is a music series dedicated to the exploration of art song, new and old, and is open to the public with no charge for admission.
The Murasaki Duo, featuring husband and wife team Miko Kominami and Eric Kutz, members of the Luther College faculty, will present a piano-cello recital titled "100 years of Russian Cello Music: 1857-1959" at 4 p.m. Sunday, March 16, in the Noble Recital Hall in Jenson-Noble Music Hall.
Book Shop Spring Break Sale - March 17-21. Feel like a Spring Break? Stop by the Book shop anytime between March 17-21. We'll take a photo of you and your friends in a tropical setting -complete with props! Then draw a discount from our beach bag and get great deals, including an extra 25% off clearance items. Get out of the winter doldrums and find some sunshine in the Book Shop!
Luther College will host a Faculty Artist Series recital at 1 p.m. Saturday, March 15, in the Noble Recital Hall in the Jenson-Noble Music Hall. Performers include Luther faculty Spencer Martin, Baroque violin; Kathryn Reed, harpsichord and organ; and Andrew Whitfield, baritone; guest artist Tulio Rondón performing on Baroque cello and viola da gamba; and the Luther College Collegium Musicum.
Have an idea that needs funding? Apply for a Sustainability Grant! The Sustainability Grant Fund accepts submissions for projects that are economically, socially, and environmentally sustainable and promote a culture of sustainability on campus. Students, faculty, and staff are all welcome to apply. Funded projects include clothes drying racks for Brandt, the bike fixit station by the library, and many more! Click here for more information about the Grant Fund and how to apply!
Hannah Leffler, Luther College adjunct faculty in music, will perform a flute recital at 4 p.m. Saturday, March 15, in the Noble Recital Hall of the Jenson-Noble Hall of Music. The program, titled "Sonorite," will focus on the beauty and resonance of the flute.
Attention Luther graduating seniors. Stop in the Dahl Centennial Union on Tuesday or Wednesday, March 18 & 19 for 2014 Grad Finale. Pick up caps & gown, tickets for commencement ceremony and much more. For more information go to www.lutherbookshop.com
The Student Academic Support Center is currently taking applications for the Fall 2014 semester.Qualified applicants must: Be current, work study eligible Luther students; Earn a B+ or better in the courses they wish to tutor;Provide a faculty reference for each subject tutored;Be able to communicate effectively with other students; Demonstrate reliability and professionalism.Apply online atwww.luther.edu/sasc/tutor-application/. Questions? Please contact Jenna, Coordinator of Tutoring and Academic Support at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Planning to stay on campus during spring break? Brandt, Ylvisaker, Olson, Larsen, and Farwell will close from 7 p.m. on March 21 to 10 a.m. on March 30. If you live in any of these buildings, you will not have access to your room. Residents of those buildings who want to stay on campus during the break will need to find a space in an open building. All students planning to be on campus during the break must register with Residence Life.
Student Payroll will be Friday, March 14 for February work. Your electronic pay advice will be available at My.Luther on March 14. If you have a work credit plan, both your statement of account and your pay advice will be available on My.Luther.
Lent is a time for reflection and prayer. Join us for Taizé Worship at Soul Food during Lent, Wednesdays at 9:30 p.m. in the CFL. We'll share in scripture, silence Holy Communion, and simple meditative songs from the Taizé community in France.
Peace Week: On the Move! Join Global Concerns groups for Peace Week,March 10-16, as we explore issues and opportunities faced by those "On the Move" in our increasingly globalized society. Events will include tabling, movie screenings, interfaith celebrations, and forums. Look for event posters around campus and a full schedule on the College Ministries bulletin board in the Union.
Fall and J-term dissection students will be conducting half-hour tours of the human anatomy lab onMarch 10th, 11th, 17th, and 18th for all students, faculty, and staff who are interested. In order to attend a tour, please make sure to sign up on the sheets posted on the door of Sampson-Hoffland Lab 153 prior to the tour. Times of each tour are listed on the sign-up sheets.
J-TERM 2015 IN TANZANIA: “Anthropology in East Africa: Culture Change Among the Maasai” is a cultural immersion experience offered for Anthropology, Africana Studies, or Environmental Studies credit. An informational meeting will be held on Tuesday, March 11 at 9:45 am in Koren 216. For more information contact Lori Stanley at email@example.com or stop by Koren 309.
J-term Fair: The Center for Global Learning will host a J-term fair with the faculty for the 24 proposed OFF-CAMPUS courses available to answer questions about their courses! The fair will be held in the Union Lounge on Thursday, March 13 9:40am-10:50am. Center for Global Learning staff will also be available to answer questions about the application process. First round applications are available onlineApril 1-April 23!
Luther College invites the community to "Immigration: Past, Present, and Future," a panel encouraging conversation on the history and current state of immigration in the United States, at 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 12, in the Center for Faith and Life Recital Hall. The discussion is sponsored by Luther's Hispanic Organization of Latinos y Amigos, and Enlaces.
Yogurt-Making Class--Love yogurt? Greek yogurt? Ever wanted to try your hand at making your own? Come spend an hour with Professor Brooke Shields on Thursday March 13from 9:45-10:45 in Valders 379 and learn how simple making yogurt can be. Professor Shields will teach two different methods -crockpot and oven- and use Greek, Bulgarian, and Georgian culture starters. This event is free for Luther faculty, staff, and students. Register here.
Tulio Rondón, soloist and chamber musician, will be the guest host of the cello master class at 8 p.m. Thursday, March 13, in the Orchestra Room in the Jenson-Noble Music Hall.