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Casually hanging out at Hanging Rock point

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Not Camper Material

Last weekend, my friends and decided to go camping (against my will, but I was peer pressured). The place we went to was called Little Paint campground, which was a 45-minute drive from Luther. Here's a post about how camping brings out the worst in me. 

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A photo I took on a walk in Decorah over the bridge

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Here Comes the Sun

Here in Decorah, Iowa, the snow is finally melting and the sun is beginning to shine more consistently. The nice weather we have been having has been motivating students to be outside more often. There are a variety of enjoyable outdoor activities you can participate in on and off campus.

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Some deer taking a stroll across the commons on a snowier day

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My Favorite Study Spots

Spring break is quickly approaching and the weather seems to be getting somewhat warmer—but as college students, we still have to find time to study! Read on to find out where my favorite study spots on campus are.

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This is a picture of me after my final year as a camper at Dorian!

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From Dreaming at Dorian to Landing at Luther

Almost ever since I attended my first year of Dorian Summer Music Camp at Luther, I fell in love with the Luther campus, the people, and the greater Decorah community. Read on to hear more about my journey from a Dorian camper to a full-time Luther student.

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Hope Over Hate

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Hope Over Hate

Last week, Luther organized a distinguised lecture series called "Hope Over Hate", where speakers Matthew Boger and Daryl Davis gave lectures on their journeys as minorities in the United States and how their unlikely friendships with their oppressors led to unlikely change.

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The 1440 musical this year was Camp Rock and it rocked!

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1440 Musical

Putting on any musical is a very elaborate project. You usually get at least a few weeks to make the production happen. However, the rules change when you only have 24 hours to produce a show.

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