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The Cat in the Hat

'The Cat in the Hat'

With a performance teaching children about caring, fairness, responsibility and trustworthiness, Theatreworks USA presents "The Cat in the Hat" at 10 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 9, in the Main Hall of the Center for Faith and Life on the Luther College campus. The performance is recommended for children in kindergarten to fourth grade. Area schools have seating priority for school matinees; community members are welcome as space is available.

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Ryan Sallans

'Scouting the Unknown'

Born into a female body, international transgender speaker, consultant, publisher and author Ryan Sallans will speak at Luther College discussing his personal journey of transformation from childhood body struggles and development of an eating disorder during college to coming out as transgender and the difficulties he's faced financially, emotionally and mentally.

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Reformation

'The Reformation of Everything' symposium

Luther College is celebrating the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther nailing the Ninety-Five Theses to the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg with a day-long symposium Tuesday, Oct. 31, in various locations on the Luther College campus.

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Kent Finanger

Luther accepts $1 million gift for Kent Finanger Endowed Chair

A Luther College alumna who was a member of the first women's cross country team and her husband have provided a gift of $1 million to establish the Kent Finanger Endowed Chair for Women's Cross Country and Track and Field. The alumna shared the reason surrounding the couple's decision to create the Finanger Chair, "As a student and runner, I thrived under Coach Kent's leadership. The immense respect I have for him and his nurturing abilities have unequivocally impacted my life."

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