Web Content Bureau

Student workers for the Web Content Bureau.

The Web Content Bureau is a team of student workers who help faculty, staff, and other students create and manage content for the Luther College website.

Interested in becoming a member of the Web Content Bureau? Complete our online application.

Alexander Davis

Web Content Bureau

    I am a junior at Luther pursuing a major in Computer Science and French. I am an active participant in the Luther College Computer Science Society (CSS) and the Luther College Robotics Society (LCRS), and I enjoy running in my downtime. Through the Web Content Bureau, I hope to learn new skills with content management skills on large websites, which will be extremely useful for me as I enter the workforce after graduation.

    Anna Englin

    Web Content Bureau

      I am a junior majoring in Music Education and this is my second year in Web Content. I am in Jazz Orchestra and Nordic Choir. Last J-Term, I traveled to Ghana to further my studies in religion. I participate in FMEA (Future Music Educators of America), and take vocal, saxophone, and jazz private lessons. I enjoy doing triathlons, cycling, creating beautiful music and working with kids. When I become a teacher, it becomes important to truly connect with your students, their parents, and other faculty members. Web Content gives me computer skills and a web design background that will be easy for the communication and organization skills needed to becoming a great teacher.

      Grace Huber

      Web Content Bureau

        I am a sophomore studying music education as well as theatre. I enjoy participating in shows with the Visual and Performing Arts Department, as well as with SPIN, a student run theatre organization. Last year I was in the theatre program’s production of Twelfth Night, and a few other performances with SPIN. I also sing in Nordic choir, and in the summer I take classes in the World Music Drumming curriculum. Working in the web content office improves my communication skills, and also teaches me valuable skills for my future job as a teacher.

        Katie Hummel

        Web Content Bureau

          I am a junior working towards a Computer Science major and a Data Science minor. I enjoy playing flute in the Luther College Wind and Percussion Ensemble, participating in PALS, being a member of the newly founded Computer Science Society, and am excited to be currently working as a Service co-chair as a part of APO (a service fraternity on campus). This is my second year working for the Web Content Bureau and I look forward to improving my communication skills as well as developing valuable technical techniques that I can utilize in my future career.

          Linh Nguyen

          Web Content Bureau

            I am a senior majoring in Computer Science and Statistics. In addition to being a member of Cantorei choir, I serve as the finance committee's chair for Student Senate and a board member for Computer Science Society. This is my third year at Web Content as a programmer and it has been a great learning opportunity for me. I am able to apply what I have learned in my Computer Science classes as well as learning new technology. After graduation, I hope to get a job as a Software Developer or Data Analyst or Technology Consultant.

            Connor Olson

            Web Content Bureau

              I am a third-year Interdiciplinary major who enjoys running my radio show, writing short stories, and creating new things. In the Web Content Bureau, I am looking to better my computer skills and learn more about internet programming. I am currently the vice president of the Luther Association of Gaming and the president of the Luther Smash Bros Community. After college, I aspire to become a game designer and create video games of my own. 

              Megan Petzold

              Web Content Bureau

                I am currently a senior majoring in physics and mathematics with a secondary education minor. In addition to playing the piano, I enjoy playing badminton and learning Japanese in preparation for my J-Term trip to Japan. After four years working for the Web Content Bureau, my time here has been an amazing opportunity for me to improve essential career skills such as communication, organization, and time management. After graduating, I plan to spend a semester student teaching to gain more experience in the classroom. The entire time, I'll be using the knowledge I've learned here to influence how I can help students better understand and embrace learning.

                Matthew Smith

                Web Content Bureau

                  I am a junior here at Luther working towards a Computer Science major and Mathematics minor. Outside of academics, I enjoy playing on LUFDA, Luther's ultimate frisbee team, being with friends, and hanging around outside. Working as a student programmer in the Web Content Bureau allows me to directly build off of what I learn in my CS classes while gaining valuable, applicable working experience. After my time at Luther, I hope to find a job in the computer science field, ideally working towards improvements in the medical/health care industry.

                  Steffert Spencer

                  Web Content Bureau

                    I am a third year working towards a Psychology major and a Social Welfare minor. I am an outreach assistant at LCDC (Luther College Diversity Center) and a member of the Luther College Track and Field team. My favorite event would be 400 hurdles. I am also involved in organizations like the BSU (Black Student Union) and SWA (Social Work Association). Working for the Web Content Bureau will help me improve my computer skills which will be very useful in the future.

                    Olivia Steffl

                    Web Content Bureau

                      I am a first-year student majoring in music education. I enjoy singing in Aurora, Luther's freshmen women's choir and playing flute in Luther's Wind and Percussion Ensemble. I am also a new member to FMEA (Future Music Educators of America). Along with my involvement in music I am also a member of the Norse Knitters. I hope to use the skills I gain while in the Web Content Bureau to improve my knowledge of computers and communication. These new and improved skills will benefit me after graduating as I enter the workforce as an educator.