John Moeller

'All I Really Need to Know I Learned from Baseball'

Drawing connections between America's favorite pastime and morality and culture, Luther College Professor Emeritus John Moeller will present a lecture at 3 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 8, in the Mott Room of the Dahl Centennial Union on Luther's campus.

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Issues of color

'Issues of Color: It's More than Black and White'

How do people of different races interact? What does that say about human social and cultural constructs? Luther College Professor of Dance Jane Hawley attempts to investigate those questions and dive into the human condition through an embodied dialogue performance, "Issues of Color: It's More than Black and White."

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Ben Moore Art

Luther College presents Ben Moore's Art Exhibit

Luther College Associate Professor of Art Ben Moore presents his art show "Lie To Me" from Nov. 5 to Jan. 24 at the Wigley Fleming Art Gallery on the Luther campus. Moore's current work explores the sublime. His goal is to depict a place so supernatural that it transports the viewer away from Earth while their feet never leave the ground.

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Luther junior Muller interns with Caesarea Excavation Project

On the coast of Israel in a city rooted in history, Luther College junior Robert Muller worked as a junior staff member with the Caesarea Ancient Harbor Excavation Project. As he partook in educational opportunities, Muller participated first-hand in a major archaeological excavation. He dug and sifted through the remains of Caesarea Maritima while he used radar mapping and analyzed pottery.

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Evan Lobdell

Luther College junior Lobdell interns at Sterling Schools Foundation

Evan Lobdell, Luther College Junior, spent his summer interning at the Sterling Schools Foundation, in his hometown of Sterling, Illinois, where he wrote articles and conducted research for "The Blue and Gold," an alumni magazine for the school. There he worked with fellow interns to brainstorm and create articles as well as interview alumni and write some articles of his own.

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