The daily details of everyday life often cloud our ability to see the big picture. A teacher, coach, principal, banker and powerful speaker, Kent Stock is also the man who coached the Norway baseball team during their now-famous final season. As depicted in the 2007 film, “The Final Season,” the nationally recognized Norway baseball team came together under head coach Kent Stock to defy the odds and win Norway’s 20th state title in what would become the team’s final season before being forced to merge with a bigger, neighboring school district. Sponsored by SAC Leadership, No charge
Jared Mahone is not your typical singer-songwriter with an acoustic guitar. His original style, soulful vocals, unbelievable beat box showcase, and funky tunes make him impossible to forget. Jared's new full-length album was created by an all-star team including producer Jerry DePizzo of O.A.R., Grammy award winning mix engineer Mike Landolt (Maroon 5), and Brian Lucey (The Shins, The Black Keys). FREE with CAF, $5.00 without
Luther's Student Activities Committee Spotlight/Diversity Presents: Guante This performance will be on Fri., Nov. 8th at 7:30 in Marty's. Guante is a hip hop artist, two-time National Poetry Slam champion, social justice activist, educator and writer. His work, which explores the places where progressive politics, magical realism, working-class identity and the power of perspective intertwine, has been featured in URB Magazine’s “Next 1000” list, City Pages’ “Artists of the Year” list, CMJ, Feministing and the Progressive, and he's shared bills with Talib Kweli, Atmosphere, Andrea Gibson, Dead Prez, Sage Francis, Brother Ali, Mr. Lif, P.O.S., Zion I and many more. Guante also founded the MN Activist Project, writes a weekly column at Opine Season, curates the Hip Hop Against Homophobia concert series and facilitates writing and performance workshops for youth. http://www.guante.info/
On June 10, 2013, the Miss Iowa pageant crowned Nicole Kelly, 23 year old, a University of Nebraska graduate. A native of Keokuk, Iowa, was born without a left forearm. Ms. Kelly said that she has gotten used to the stares that often come with her disability. "As I grew older, I learned to offset the initial stares I received from people with an outgoing personality that would not give in to "No." This meant that I tried everything! From baseball, to dance to diving, there was nothing I would not try. I found my passion within a world where I was giving people permission to stare…the stage." Kelly has also said that competing in pageants allows her to be comfortable with herself. “I found I could tell people it was acceptable to stare. It was the place that was kind of an outlet for me, a place I could stand up and be myself, and say here I am, and I’m confident in myself," she said. Please join us for her inspiring presentation on "The Power of One". This event is sponsored by SAC Leadership and is free to everyone.
Join us for the annual SAC Fest,filled with recreational activities with live music, in Bentdahl Commons! Stop by and check out the fun and get a free 1919 root beer float. Also, being held is the annual Activities Fair. Over 70 groups and organizations will be represented. Stop by and check out all of the great organizations that are available on campus. There is something for everyone!
Professional stage hypnotist Jim Wand brings entertainment when he performs his comedy hypnosis show. Each show is custom designed for the audience in attendance, always tastefully done, and enjoyed by all. FREE with Caf/$10.00 without.
Collection Day will be held on Tuesday, December 6! PLEASE securely label the family number, age, and gender of the recipient on the outside of each wrapped present, (Example: Family 77-Boy age 12). Have all the gifts dropped off at the same time with them wrapped and ready to be delivered! If you have any questions, please contact [email protected], or call 563-387-1023.
Santa will make an early stop in Decorah as Luther College celebrates "Christmas in the Union" on Wednesday, December 7, from 4:00-6:00pm. The events take place in the lobby of the Dahl Centennial Union. The family-oriented event is open to the public with no charge for admission, and is sponsored by SAC Special Events, Book Shop, Dining Services and PALS.