Campus News


  • Levi Bird

    Luther sophomore Bird researching historical role-playing games for summer research project

    Students of all ages struggle to have fun engaging with and understanding foreign cultures and global citizenship. Levi Bird, Luther College sophomore of Muscoda, Wisconsin, is researching and creating historically based role-playing simulations in order to stimulate and to engage students in the learning of modern languages.

  • Graduation teaser

    Luther announces 2018 graduates

    Luther College held commencement ceremonies for the class of 2018 at 10 a.m. Sunday, May 27, in Luther's Carlson Stadium.

  • David Oniani

    Luther first-year Oniani explores unit testing frameworks

    Unit testing involves testing individual components of software to assure each smaller section performs as it was designed before testing the larger unit's functionality. Through his summer research project, David Oniani, Luther College first-year of Tbilisi, Georgia, is exploring whether unit testing could be used in a classroom setting to provide immediate feedback for students.

  • Shannon Lunn

    Luther junior Lunn interviewing men with fibromyalgia for summer research project

    Roughly five million Americans live with fibromyalgia, a chronic disease with no standard treatment or cure that involves musculoskeletal pain. Shannon Lunn, Luther College junior of Farmington, Minnesota, is exploring experiences men have with fibromyalgia for her summer research project.