Hello, all. Our partners in Outdoor Ministry are curious about how many of our students were impacted by time at camp—either as a camper, counselor in training, counselor, or other staff. Let us know here.
Archives for November 9, 2022
Make your voice heard! Student Council is hosting a self-disclosure form for students to ensure your representative can hear your comments and concerns. The form will run through the second week of November, so get your information in now.
(Your answers will only be shared with your student council rep and Emelie Clements, student council secretary.)
As a way to introduce you to the publication World & World, free issues are now available in OCC. This quarterly journal is published by the faculty of Luther Seminary and is designed to explore Christian theology for ministry. The title says it all: we want to be at the intersection where God’s Word encounters and interacts with God’s World. Each quarter we explore a different theme.
Take an issue that looks interesting to you, and see if you want to come back for more! Visit our website at wordandworld.luthersem.edu for more information and themes.
The free issues are located in the wooden rack by the Info Desk and in the wooden rack by the office of the pastor near the coffee shop.
Mark Granquist, Lloyd and Annelotte Svendsbye professor of the history of Christianity; editor, Word & World
Due to a system upgrade and the shortened work week for the Thanksgiving holiday, the business office will not be processing checks the week of November 21–25. Any requests turned in after noon on Wednesday, November 16 will not be processed until the last week of November. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Luther Seminary has surplus items such as chairs, tables, cabinets, and more that are being offered free to seminary staff. The items are located in Northwestern Hall main lobby area. Access for inspection will be available via the upper level doors off of Fulham Street, Monday through Friday (November 7–11), 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. All items must be removed by November 18. Any questions contact Tom Mullaney in the Facilities Department.