Snapshots from the class of 2019
A glimpse into the powerful health benefits of forgiveness—and into the benefits for students who research it
Luther’s Center for Ethics and Public Engagement pushes ethics beyond the classroom
Luther magazine reflects with President Paula J. Carlson as she wraps up her time at Luther
Students bring the acclaimed talk series to the college, sharing ideas from the Luther community with a global audience
A world-class experience in Europe helps Luther students grow as musicians and global citizens
Students in a course on migration and border issues look to local communities for a month of impactful learning
Meet Luther friends in England and Malta who help students make a second home abroad
Dr. Jenifer K. Ward, provost and dean of the college for Centenary College of Louisiana in Shreveport, begins her duties as president of Luther College in July
Marcella Meza '18 and Daniel Brown '18 mentor Luther students
New equipment allows Luther researchers to explore northeast Iowa effigy mounds without excavation
A unique teaching tool pays off in spades—and Luther students are co-creating it
Students take part in active digging and a study season at two important sites
Scott Roland '04 puts his Luther pre-engineering training to the test by designing rockets for Blue Origin, a private spaceflight company
The lives of alumni artist educators
Science and arts combine in a geological hot spot
A Q&A with Lisa Scott, interim dean of institutional equity and inclusion
Honoring alumni and students for service and achievement
A look back at the first international Nordic Choir tour
Progress in a tumultuous time
Maasai guides visit Luther in a cultural exchange
You never know when you might run into a Norse
Luther professor Todd Green educates on Islamophobia in D.C.
The sport Norse love for life
Luther students share scenes from their study away around the world during the past year
A Q&A with Andrew Last ’97
Weston Noble ’43 fed his spirit through a life devoted to music, students, and Luther College
Luther honors alumni and students for service and achievement
Program grads offer insight and surprises about politics and public service
2016 graduates talk about the ideas and experiences that inspired them at Luther, and where they’re headed now
How faculty use endowment funds to enhance learning at Luther
Fabian Pop Pop '17, Bjorn Myrhe '16, and Madilyn Heike '19 are recognized for entrepreneurship
Luther archaeology students use modern technology to tell an ancient story
Luther assistant professor of English Mike Garcia explores the policing of language
A study away photo essay
If you had $5,000 to design a learning experience for yourself anywhere in the world, what would you do?
Seniors Clare Slagel, Patricia Serres, and Drew Van Anrooy leave stellar records. Video Extra
Lise Kildegaard spurs students to discover what's big and beautiful about short works. Video Extra
Artists tell how their works came to be
We asked Luther faculty members to help us understand some recent U.S. and world events based on their own expertise or experience.
Luther recognizes alumni for service and achievement.
Students photographed cloud forests, wildlife, and urban streets during J-term 2015.
Six new faculty granted tenure
And they cite cooperation, good people as Luther strengths
Teaching with interactive online texts, flipped classrooms, and innovative programming tools
Heidi Ross ’99 leads frontline research to save and restore threatened amphibian species
His lifelong enthusiasm for Luther persists—even though he's not an alumnus
Collectively, the retirees represent 357 years of service to Luther
Remember our roots, live our mission, innovate to embrace our time, she says.
Luther alumni have one of the longest continually running football fantasy leagues.
Students are dancing to change how people think about water.
Federal judge Donovan Frank ’73 works to improve U.S. justice systems.
Students build pavilion, greenhouse, and relationships for the future.
Making connections in Central America inspires students in Decorah.
ESL classes help both immigrant workers and Luther students who teach.
David Vásquez accepts the presidency of the Pacific School of Religion.
Story and video on Karla Bloem '94, founder of an international owl festival
Luther graduates talk about their college experiences and where they're headed next, from grad school to Google.
More than 40 Luther grads have worked at John Deere in recent years—almost all started as business majors.
Rick Mast ’99 and Michael Mast are pioneering the craft food movement, one chocolate bar at a time
Students and faculty share their photos from off-campus study.
Paula J. Carlson has been a part of the Luther community most of her life.
How Luther began to "go local" in the dining halls
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