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Campus Bids Farewell To Emma Frey Hall

Campus Bids Farewell To Emma Frey Hall

July 17, 2017

​As demolition begins on Emma Frey Hall, a recent decommissioning ceremony honored the iconic structure.

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Students Benefitting From Work With Local Nonprofits

Students Benefitting From Work With Local Nonprofits

July 7, 2017

This summer, three of Professor Beth Barry’s former composition students are working with area nonprofits.

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​Graduate Taking Skills Across The Globe

​Graduate Taking Skills Across The Globe

June 30, 2017

The social entrepreneurship major will soon begin working as an English teacher at the Jan Amos Comenius Evangelical Lutheran Gymnazium in Kosice, Slovakia.

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Chemistry Majors Delving Into Research for the USDA

Chemistry Majors Delving Into Research for the USDA

June 22, 2017

This summer, seniors Madison Berger and Carly Miller are both interning with the United States Department of Agriculture.

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Alumna Pursues Passion for Social Change with Lutheran Volunteer Corps

Alumna Pursues Passion for Social Change with Lutheran Volunteer Corps

June 13, 2017

Great Carlson ‘17 will soon begin a position in Nebraska with the Lutheran Volunteer Corps for the group Omaha Together One Community. As part of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, the LVC connects volunteers with organizations across the country.

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​Student Elected to National SPS Council

​Student Elected to National SPS Council

June 9, 2017

Sophomore Applied Physics Major Daniel Morales is the newly-elected student associate zone 13 councilor for the Society of Physics Students (SPS) National Council

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​Children’s Book Emphasizes the Power of a Mother’s Love

​Children’s Book Emphasizes the Power of a Mother’s Love

April 13, 2017

When Professor Shannon Ivey sat down to write a book for her newborn son Isaac back in 2009, she didn’t do it with the intention of ever publishing.

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