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What the Health

'What the Health'

Described as "the health film that health organizations don't want you to see," filmmaker Kip Andersen will discuss topics related to his latest work "What the Health" at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 24, in Valders Hall of Science Room 206 on the Luther College campus.

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Tapiwa Manjengwa

Luther senior Manjengwa completes auditing internship with Ernst and Young

Tapiwa Manjengwa's summer internship with Ernst and Young was a dream come true. Manjengwa came to Luther College to study accounting, and as one of the "Big Four" accounting firms, EY gave him the perfect place to start making those dreams a reality. "This opportunity gave me a platform to explore public accounting and get a glimpse of how the accounting profession operates, particularly the assurance service line," Manjengwa, a Luther senior, said.

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Landscapes That Shape Us

'Landscapes that Shape Us'

In celebration of Iowa Archaeology Month, the Luther College anthropology department is hosting a screening of "Landscapes that Shape Us" at 6 p.m. Friday, Oct. 20, in Room 102 of the F.W. Olin Building on Luther's campus. A question and answer session with the producers of the documentary will follow the screening.

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Luther junior Green interns at start-up interfaith volunteer program

Opportunity Saint Paul is an Interfaith program in the greater St. Paul, Minnesota, area that connects people with education-focused volunteering. Rebecka Green, a Luther College junior, spent her summer working as a program support and communications intern for the start-up program, which launched Aug. 17.

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'Envisioned Worlds: Lithographs from the Hokes Archives'

"Envisioned Worlds: Lithographs from the Hokes Archives," a collection of works depicting imaginary cultures with fabricated artifacts and hand printed bookplates, will be on display in the Kristen Wigley-Fleming Fine Arts Gallery in the Center for the Arts on the Luther campus Oct. 20-Dec. 8. Beauvais Lyons, director of the Hokes Archives, created all of the works in the exhibit.

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