Cynthia Kamikazi

Cynthia Kamikazi receives Luther College Young Alumni Award

Luther College has awarded Cynthia Kamikazi the Young Alumni Award recipient for 2018. The Young Alumni Award recognizes Luther alumni who have graduated in the past 15 years who have rendered notable services to their profession and society in their vocation or avocation.

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Spring 2019 Dean's List

Luther College releases spring 2019 Dean's List

Luther College's spring 2019 Dean's List includes 703 students; 73 first-years, 154 sophomores, 152 juniors and 324 seniors. To be named to the Dean's List, a student must earn a semester grade point average of 3.5 or better on a 4.0 scale and must complete at least 12 credit hours with 10 hours of conventional grades (A, B, C, D).

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Vicar Amalia Vagts

Luther College Alumna Amalia Vagts pastoral intern with Luther College student congregation

Vicar Amalia Vagts, a 1995 Luther graduate, is a candidate for word and sacrament ministry in the Northeastern Iowa Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran church in America (ELCA.) All candidates studying to become pastors in the ELCA complete a year of pastoral internship. Vagts' internship is a collaboration between the Luther College student congregation with supervisor Pastor Anne Edison-Albright and two area congregations: Bethany Lutheran Church in Elkader, Iowa and Emanuel Lutheran Church in Strawberry Point, Iowa with supervisor Pastor Susan Friedrich.

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From left: Nate Anderson, Karl Badger, Frost Bowen-Bailey, and Jackson Churchill

Four former Duluth Band presidents attend Luther College

Four former band presidents of the Duluth East High School music program gather in front of the Luther Bell for a photograph, chuckling about their high school memories. While Luther senior Karl Badger, junior Jackson Churchill, sophomore Nathan Anderson and first-year Frost Bowen-Bailey have each chosen different career paths, their music and academic leadership across campus has benefited both their Duluth East and Luther communities. It looks like a tradition in the making.

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