Tuesday, Sept. 10

TUESDAY 9/10/13

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Sept. 18-19 staff meeting

Staff meetings begin again this month. September's agenda includes Aaron Steffens, with tips on orienting and supervising student workers, and Jon Jensen, who will share the goals and vision for the Center for Sustainable Communities. The meeting will be offered twice in Peace Dining Room to allow greater participation at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 18, and at 9 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 19. All staff are strongly encouraged to attend.

Respecting chapel time

A reminder to the community that there are to be no meetings scheduled during 10:30-10:50 a.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday.  Luther is distinctive in its practice of setting aside space for community-wide chapel and the campus is asked to respect this tradition of having "set apart" time for reflection and spiritual nourishment. 

State of the College address

Luther College President David L. Tiede focused on challenges facing higher education and the college's strengths in meeting those challenges during his state of the college address Aug. 29. Tiede, Luther's interim president during the search for the college's 10th president, began his term July 1.

For the full text of President Tiede's remarks, visit http://www2.luther.edu/president/speeches/state2013.


Book Shop

Monday-Friday: 8:45 a.m.-4:45 p.m.
Also open Saturdays: 10 a.m.- 1 p.m. when classes are in session

Cooking classes for faculty and staff

Ever wanted to know the secret to making a good spring roll? Looking to overcome a fear of pressure cookers? Wanting a new smoothie recipe? This fall the Center for Sustainable Communities will host a variety of cooking classes on campus during shadow block and lunch. Registration is required and all classes are limited to 20 participants. In order to ensure enough spots for everyone, we ask that participants sign up for only one class. Extra spots will be made available at a later date. More info and registration.

Visual Media videos

Here are the latest Visual Media department videos. To get updates directly in your inbox, consider subscribing to Luther's YouTube channel, http://www.youtube.com/user/LutherCollegeMedia.

Professor Profiles-Scott Hurley: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1IcqsKfDhbE
Professor Profiles-Olga Rinco: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zvSg1XDBjzA
Luther College Physics: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D3iaBlaWWbg
Anna Looft on Luther College’s Religion Department: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LamZ_3odN2M
Professor Profiles-Ellen Drewes-Stoen: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lo0m6vq2v1w
KWLC Radio at Luther College: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AG2KfkeRZ80
Professor Profiles-Mike Johnson: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=go9oPrSPrF0
David Tiede: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Bz—u7410U
Professor Profiles-Sean Burke: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ttMPPUUBk78
Meet your counselor-Alyssa Ritter: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=omRdXuA4-Hk
Twenty People, One Question: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u96K6MQV5co
Luther By the Numbers: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3rgD19Se5Do
Professor Profiles-Sören Steding: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vtExnNf7k4

Web content/Reason training 

Training sessions are available for those new to Reason, Luther's web content management system, or those who'd like a refresher on the basics. Sign up at http://www2.luther.edu/lis/events/.

Weight management program

Wellness is having a meeting from 11:30 a.m.-noon Monday, Sept. 16, in Nansen for anyone interested in joining a 16-week weight management program. Contact Greg Lonning for more information.

Luther College fleet vehicles 

A reminder to all who use Luther College fleet vehicles. Any traffic citations issued by traffic cameras to a Luther College vehicle are the responsibility of the driver listed on the Facilities check out sheet. As with other moving violations if more than three citations are issued in a three year period to a college vehicle driver driving privileges will be suspended for three years from the latest citation.

Mail Center announces new account number

The Mail Center would like to announce a new account number is being used for UPS services on campus.  By leveraging Ricoh's combined shipping volumes we are able to provide a discount to the college for shipping. 

If your department has its own account number, and you would like to ship with the Mail Center's account, please contact Carolyn, 387-1447.  You can continue to use your own account.  Any old shipping papers with the previous account number should be destroyed.

Counseling service website information

The Counseling Service website offers a wealth of information and resources that you might find helpful in your work with students.  Especially useful will be the sections of the website pertaining to: Services; Crisis Resources; How to Help (especially Suicide Prevention and Violence Prevention); and For Faculty: Getting Help for Students. On the homepage, scroll down to "News & Updates" for our "2012-2013 Data Highlights," to view charts displaying data about our clients and services.

'Soup's On!' cooks needed

We are looking for volunteers to prepare a delicious soup for the upcoming "Soup's On!" events, an informal gathering of students, faculty, staff and Decorah community members. The dates of the "Soup’s On' events are Oct. 10, Nov. 14, Jan. 23 and March 13. Cooks are encouraged stay and enjoy the soup. These events will be a lot of fun and a great chance to meet new, interesting individuals. If interested, please contact the Diversity Center, <dyerja01>.

Myflexonline.com reminder

Current participants in the Flexible Benefit Plan may visit www.myflexonline.com to view current contributions and claims. This is a useful site that gives a total picture of an employee’s health care and/or dependent child care reimbursement plan. The site includes information of allowable expenses and printable claim forms.

'A Friend Asks' app

Would you know how to help a friend who is contemplating suicide? Download this free smart phone app from the Jason Foundation that helps provide the information, tools and resources to help a friend (or yourself) who may be struggling with thoughts of suicide. A recommendation from the Luther Counseling Service.

'Walking in Spain and Morocco'

If you have a student or advisee still looking for a January course abroad, consider recommending "Walking in Spain and Morocco" (English 239). We will explore Barcelona, Granada and Marrakech. Fulfills J-2 and HE-PT requirements; application for "Intercultural" perspective is in process. Information meetings 9 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 10, and 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 17, both in Main 113. Or contact instructors Mark Z. Muggli <mugglimz> and Carol Gilbertson <gilbertc>.

Vascular screenings Oct. 10

Life Line Screening is coming to campus from 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 10, in the Mott/Borlaug room.

Recommended for anyone over 50 or age 40+ with the following risk factors: family history of stroke, diabetes, heart disease, or overweight, hypertension, smoking. Ultrasound and medical technologists conduct the screenings and board-certified physicians review the results. Luther employees will receive a 50% discount and pay only $55 for the screening. The screenings are fast, painless and do not require fasting.

Call Health Service at 387-1045 to schedule an appointment.

Participate in PALS

PALS is a community organization that matches Luther College students with elementary and middle school-age children in a big-brother/big-sister relationship. Fun group activities such as carnivals, holiday parties and picnics are held monthly right here in Decorah. If this sounds like a program your child would enjoy, please contact <pals> to request an application and/or to receive more information. Applications due Wednesday Sept. 25.


Events this week

Sept. 12, Philosophy Colloquium, Robin James, "Monstrosity & Damage as Human Capital in 'Gaga Feminism,'" 4 p.m., CFL Recital Hall
Faculty Artist Series, Andrew Whitfield, voice, 7 p.m., Jenson-Noble Hall of Music, Noble Recital Hall
SAC Cinema Film, "The Final Season," 9 p.m., Valders Hall of Science, Room 206 

Sept. 14, Science Exploration Day, Admissions Events, all day
Fall Luther/Decorah Community Day, 11 a.m., Regents Center Circle
Center Stage Series Performance, "Ring of Fire— The Music of Johnny Cash," 7:30 p.m., Center for Faith and Life Main Hall 

Sept. 15, Journey Conversations retreat, 2-5 p.m., CFL Main Hall
Faculty Artist Series, Rebecca Boehm Shaffer, horn, 4 p.m., Jenson-Noble Hall of Music, Noble Recital Hall

Sept. 16, College Night, 6:30-8 p.m., Regents Center

Chapel this week

Wednesday, Sept. 11:  David Vasquez, Anniversary of Sept. 11, Collegiate, Cathedral

Friday, Sept. 13:  Jim Martin -Schramm

Monday, Sept. 16:  David Tiede 

Photography on display through Oct. 18 

The work of Sandy Steinbrecher, Chicago photographer, will be on display through Friday, Oct. 18, in the Center for Faith and Life.

A gallery reception, artist talk and panel discussion will be held for Steinbrecher at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 13, in the Center for Faith and Life. The show, titled "The Education Project: Educators as Advocates: a Look to the Future," and the reception are open to the public with no charge for admission.

Philosophy Colloquium: Robin James

Join Professor Robin James in a discussion on the philosophy of contemporary musicians Lady Gaga, Rihanna and more in her talk, "Monstrosity & Damage as Human Capital in 'Gaga Feminism,'" at 4 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 12, in the CFL Recital Hall. 

A reception with James will follow the lecture in the Qualley Lounge; both are open to the public with no charge for admission. For more information, visit James's blog at its-her-factory.blogspot.com.

Faculty Artist Series: Andrew Whitfield 

Audiences will have an opportunity to experience poetry in a unique way when it mixes with music during the baritone voice recital by Andrew Whitfield, Luther College associate professor of music, at 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 12.

The performance, "Ballads, Odes, and Elegies," will be held in the Noble Recital Hall of the Jenson-Noble Hall of Music on the Luther campus and is open to the public with no charge for admission.

Celebrate Iowa's Prairie Heritage Week on Luther’s campus

Take a leisurely hike through the campus prairies to enjoy the wildflowers and talk about the history and management of the plantings from 5:15-6 p.m. Friday, Sept. 13; meet outside Sampson Hoffland Laboratories in the parking lot next to the greenhouse.

For more information about Luther's natural areas, visit:

For more Iowa Prairie Heritage events across the state, visit:

Tickets still available for Center Stage Series: 'Ring of Fire'

Produced by Curt Wollan, Luther class of 1973,  “Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash” begins at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 14. The performance in the Center for Faith and Life Main Hall is the Season Opener of Luther College's 2013-14 Center Stage Series. The performance is sponsored by Gundersen Health System.

The performance celebrates the life and music of Johnny Cash. The musical revue includes more than 35 of his hit songs including some of his well-known duets with June Carter Cash.

Tickets are available online at www.tickets.luther.edu or at the Luther Box Office.

Interfaith contemplative conversation retreat

Listen Well, Speak Truth, Be Peace: Take part in the Journey Conversations interfaith contemplative conversation retreat with Luther students, faculty and staff from 2-5 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 15, in the CFL Main Hall. The retreat is powerful as a stand alone experience. If you would like, after the retreat you will have the opportunity to join a small group for the semester. Email <interfaith> or register at http://www.luther.edu/ministries/getinvolved/journey/ by Sept. 11. Please note that attendance for the full three hours is required for participation.

FAS: Rebecca Boehm Shaffer

Rebecca Boehm Shaffer will perform a horn recital at 4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 15 in the Noble Recital Hall. The performance is open to the public with no charge for admission.

Boehm Shaffer's program includes "La Chasse de Saint Hubert," Opus 99 composed by Henri Busser, "le monde minuscule" by Daniel Schnyder and the Romantic Sonata for clarinet, horn and piano by Gunther Schuller. 

Assisting on the performance are Jessica Paul, piano, and Boehm Shaffer's daughter Nora Shaffer, Luther class of 2010, clarinet. 

Luther hosts Sept. 16 College Night

Northeast Iowa and southeast Minnesota high school students and their parents who are interested in information about post-high school education options will have an opportunity to talk with representatives of more than 65 higher education institutions on Monday, Sept. 16.

College Night will be held from 6:30-8 p.m. in the Sports and Recreational Center at the college's Regents Center, located on Luther College's lower campus. The event is open to the public with no charge for admission.

Religion Forum with Diane Millis Sept. 17

Forming habits that help people be more present in their surroundings and reclaim the foundational importance of conversation in life are key concepts presented in the Religion Forum featuring Diane Millis.

Her lecture, titled "The Sacred Art of Conversation: Practicing Presence in an Age of Distraction," is at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 17, in the CFL Recital Hall, and is open to the public with no charge for admission.

'Allégresse' trio guest recital Sept. 18

"Allégresse," the French word for joy, fittingly describes the Allégresse trio of flute, oboe and piano taking the stage at Luther at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 18.

The recital will be held in the Noble Recital Hall and is open to the public with no charge for admission. Prior to the performance the ensemble will give a master class for Luther students at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 17, in the Noble Recital Hall.

SAC Leadership lecture: Kent Stock

Kent Stock, teacher, coach, principal, banker and powerful speaker, will present a SAC Leadership lecture at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 18, in Room 206 of Valders Hall of Science.

Stock’s lecture, "How Do You Want To Be Remembered?" will focus on how to live life on a daily basis and how his experience guiding the Norway High School baseball team gave him the insight to develop leaders in organizations nationwide.

Family Weekend 2013

Family Weekend 2013 is scheduled for Sept. 20-22. Check out the online schedule at https://www.luther.edu/parents/familyweekend/ for event details. In the interest of conserving resources, a small supply of hard copies—the Family Weekend brochure—will be printed for distribution to parents and family members from 9 a.m.-noon Saturday, Sept. 21, in the Dahl Centennial Union lobby. Questions about Family Weekend can be directed to the Development Office, to Kelly Wedmann, 387-1066, or Sue Drilling, 387-1100.

SAC Concerts: Mat Kearney Sept. 20

Nationally acclaimed singer-songwriter Mat Kearney will appear at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 20, in the Regents Center. Sponsored by SAC Concerts, Kearney’s blend of pop and hip hop promises to be an exciting addition to the upcoming Family Weekend. General admission ticket sales begin Thursday, Sept. 12. Tickets will be $22, and may be acquired online or directly from the box office. For questions regarding ticket sales, please contact the box office at <boxoffice>.

Adventure Race Sept. 21

The Adventure Race is Sept. 21 at 10 a.m. Register as a relay or individual. The race consists of three miles of canoeing or kayaking, a nine-mile bike ride, followed by a three-mile run. Register at https://www2.luther.edu/studentlife/wellness/adventure-race/. For more information or questions contact Karen Davidson <davika05> or Ashley Swanson <swansa01>.

Luther College Writers Festival

Award-winning authors Anne Lamott and Mark Salzman are the featured speakers at the 2013 Luther College Writers Festival, Sept. 27-28. Registration begins at 2 p.m. Friday, Sept. 27, in the Valders concourse.

The festival kicks off at 4 p.m. Friday with a reading and book signing by Salzman and concludes on Saturday evening following a 7:30 p.m. lecture and book signing by Lamott in the CFL.

In addition, the festival will offer workshops, panel discussions on craft, and readings in poetry, fiction and nonfiction. Cost for the festival is $25 for faculty, staff and emeriti and $10 for Luther students. Some scholarship funds available. For more information, write to <English>, or go to https://www2.luther.edu/writersfestival/.

Lamott's lecture is sponsored by Luther's Distinguished Lecture Series and is open to the public with no charge for admission. Paid festival attendees will receive preferential seating at the event.

Public lecture 'Fukushima is not Chernobyl? Don't be so sure'

Sarah D. Phillips, professor of anthropology, Indiana College, will present public lecture "Fukushima is not Chernobyl? Don't be so sure," at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 19, in Olin 102. Philips will also hold a brown-bag lunchtime Q&A session from 12:15-1:15 p.m. Friday, Sept. 20, in the Mott Room in Dahl Centennial Union.

Phillips will present a public lecture addressing the issues of nuclear technology in different cultural contexts. She will consider whether “peaceful” nuclear technology is possible, focusing on two nuclear disasters: recent Fukushima and famous Chernobyl. Based on post-disaster ethnographic work in both sites, she will argue that independent of the system-Japanese or Soviet, nuclear technology requires obfuscation in multiple domains-medicine, science, governance-that create heavily scientized discourses and assumptions that assure us nuclear reactors are safe neighbors, while actually disregarding public concerns.


"Hours with Novian," a five-minute documentary film profiling Luther faculty member Novian Whitsitt has been chosen as an official selection for Louisville’s International Festival of Film. Thomas C. Johnson and Michael Crowe ‘13 produced the film. Seth Duin '12 composed the score.

Amy Weldon is writing review-essays for "Bloom," bloom-site.com. "Growing Into Compassion: On Anna Sewell and 'Black Beauty'" and "Diana Athill: The Sufficient Self" were published there in April and July, respectively. She also wrote review-essays for the "Los Angeles Review of Books," lareviewofbooks.org. "Angela Carter’s Strange Fruit" is forthcoming on Sept. 16 and "The Weird Sisters" is forthcoming in November.

Destiny Crider was a co-author for a June 2013 article in the "Open Journal of Archaeometry," titled "Arizona Salado turquoise: Source studies with PIXE and XRD." Crider had two articles published, "Assessing Mexican Pottery Paint Recipes Using PIXE" in the "Open Journal of Archaeometry," 2013 and "Shifting Alliances: Epiclassic and Early Postclassic Interactions at Cerro Portezuelo" in "Ancient Mesoamerica," 2013.

J. R. Christianson has been invited to be the main speaker at the recognition of Tycho Brahe's Uraniborg as an historic site by the European Physical Society. The ceremony is to take place next week on the island of Hven in Sweden, where Brahe's observatory was located in the years 1576-97.

Richard G. Cole's article "Martin Luther's Use of Rhetorical Masks for Jews, Princes, Clerics, and other Enemies: The Problem of Meaning in a Post Modern Age" is available in the September 2013 paper copy of "The Journal of Religious History," Volume 37, Issue 3, pp. 309-321. The article is also available on the Wiley websit.



Weston Noble is currently in the hospital in Korea. Weston slipped and fell, fracturing his pelvis in three places. He is doing well and is in good spirits, but will be in the hospital in Seoul for 4-6 weeks. He was in Korea to conduct the National Choir of Korea. For those who wish to send him greetings, please visit the Facebook page "Weston Noble in Korea" or write him at: 

C/O Weston Noble
Gangnam Severance Hospital
51Byung-dong (Fifth floor, room 2503)
211 Eonju-Ro
Gangnam-gu, Seoul
135-720, Republic of Korea


To Caleb Timp, Norse Culinary Team, on the death of his brother Jared Timp, 34, of Tuscaloosa, Alabama who died Sept. 2, in Rochester, Minn.

Position opening

Part-time security officers: Part-time officers will work up to 16 hours per week, primarily working weekend shifts. Availability to work all shifts is preferred. Officers perform multiple tasks, including random patrol on foot and by vehicle to deter and detect criminal activity with an emphasis on prevention.High school diploma or GED is required; some college is preferred. Must have or obtain CPR/AED certification and a valid driver's license with a good driving record. Finalist must pass an extensive background check. Application deadline is Sept. 13. Send applications to <hr>.

Coordinator for special events and summer conferences: Coordinator will organize and market summer conferences and camps, coordinate Commencement and other special progrms held during the academic year, assist the director of Campus Proramming with campus-wide events, and arrange facility and housing rentals for campus guests. Qualifications include experience in conference and event management; demonstrated skill in planning, public relations, marketing, and personnel and budget management; and exceptional communication, leadership and technology skills, partnered with considerable initiative. Bachelor's degree and a commitment to the value of the arts and education are also essential. This is a 12-month administrative appointment, beginning November 2013. Send applications to <hr>.

Administrative and records assistant: The Alumni Office seeks a full-time 1.0 FTE administrative and records assistant. Will perform a variety of clerical and administrative duties in support of the day-to-day operations of the Alumni Office. Duties include serving as office receptionist, processing correspondence, managing event registrations, updating web pages and maintaining the database. This position calls for organizational skills, strong attention to detail and the ability to multitask. The candidate must also possess exceptional interpersonal and communication skills. Send applications to <hr>.


Book by Mira Canion '90 featured in ArtHaus class

"Agentes Secretos y el Mural de Picasso" by Luther alumna Mira Canion '90 will be the featured book in a Spanish class this fall at ArtHaus. Mira has authored a number of books with the mission to create interesting and accessible reading material for language students. Jim Tripp '04 teaches the class, "Spanish Stories and a Book," which meets for six sessions at ArtHaus, Sept. 5-Oct. 10 and is designed for students with 25 hours or more of Spanish speaking experience. For more information visit www.arthausdecorah.org.


For sale: Newly renovated Decorah home at 604 Center Ave. Three bedrooms, three-car garage, remodeled kitchen with stainless steel appliances and hardwood floor. Newly finished basement with full bath, laundry room and new windows. Beautiful large shade trees and new landscaping. Delightful patio, charming neighborhood. For more information call 419-4851.

Stamp collectors: If you or your son or daughter is interested in stamp collecting, I would like to give my oldest son's collection, part of his Eagle Scout achievements, to anyone who would enjoy having it. Contact <herveynj> or 382-9485 before Sept. 10.

Wanted: Do you have an extra room?  I'm working seasonally at Seed Savers and need somewhere to live until my job ends in November. I will be away some weekends, if that makes a difference. I'm originally from Illinois and went to school in Iowa at Grinnell. Most recently, I was teaching English and Spanish on a Japanese boat on a round-the-world voyage. I like to cook, work outdoors and travel. I also like languages. If you wouldn't mind having an extra person around for a few months, I'd appreciate it. Please contact me, [email protected]. No cell phone reception here on my phone, but I can call you back through the internet. Thank you, Alissa.

For sale: Four-five bedroom, three and a half bath home. Hidden in trees on 1.3 acres with little maintenance. Privacy. Great location with valley views, only one mile from college. New roof. Call 387- 0242 for more info.

For sale: Three-year-old Whirlpool washer and electric dryer need a new home. Both run great. Email <schubr01> if interested. $300 obo for the pair.

For sale: 1999 Buick LaSabre. Runs and drives great. Great condition, good tires. 120,000 miles. $3,250.  379-1090 or <mallamsa> for pictures.

For sale: Puppies born Aug. 3; mother-Shih tzu, father-Puggle. Used to small children. Will be smaller dogs. Call for more information and to see them, 380-4633.

For sale: Brand new vessel sink, view at: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003UE7Y5W/ref=oh_details_o08_s01_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1. Paid $80 will sell for $60. Contact <meyerche>.

Wanted: Quality used drum set in good condition for teenager. Contact Kristin, <bjerkr01> or 387-2974.

For sale: 1998 Honda Elite S moped for sale. In great condition. Contact Claude Mertzenich, <mertzecl>.

Wanted: My name is Alison Vuolo, and I am a junior Music Education major at Luther College. I am currently seeking opportunities to tutor and/or mentor students in Decorah. Qualifications include: previous employment with College Nannies and Tutors, educational experience with grades 1-12, experience as a summer camp counselor, enrolled in Luther's teacher education program, passionate about teaching and helping kids succeed and can provide own transportation. Can help with all subjects, but for high schoolers, I am especially experienced in English, history, government, writing and grammar, music and ACT prep. Contact Alison Vuolo,<vuolal01>.

For sale: Two tickets to see Les Miserables performed at Rochester Civic Theatre (http://www.rochestercivictheatre.org/plays-civic-live/main-stage-productions.php) on Sept. 14 at 7 p.m. Cannot attend due to schedule conflict. Will sell tickets for $20/each ($30 regular price). Contact Kristin bjerke, <bjerkr01> or 387-2974.

For sale: Two fleet cars. A 2001 Chevy Malibu and a 2006 Chevy Impala. Both cars can be seen at the Facilities parking lot. The minimum bid for the Malibu is $3,400. The minimum bid for the Impala is $4,000. Bids should be emailed to Chris Johnson, <johnch07>, by 1 p.m. Sept. 13. Please state which car you are bidding on and the amount of your bid.

For sale: A 1997 Chevy pick-up with a lift gate and a 1993 Ford Ranger. The minimum bid for the Chevy is $400. The minimum for the Ford is $300. Bids should be emailed to Chris Johnson, <johnch07>, by 1 p.m. Sept. 13. Please state which truck you are bidding on and the amount of your bid.

For sale: 10-foot Pelican-Esprit 100 DLX-touring sit-in kayak, includes paddle and car top carrier, $400 OBO. Contact <meyerche>.

For sale: Frigidaire window air conditioner. Good condition. $150. Call 419-5681.

For sale: Specialized mountain bike. Great for trail or around town. $300. Excellent condition. Call 419-5681.

For sale: Marin Muir Woods 29er mountain bike. Excellent condition. $400. Call 419-5681.

Found: A pair of glasses was left in the Financial Aid Office about 2-3 weeks ago. Please stop by the office or call 387-1018 to claim them.


September is National Self Improvement Month:

“There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self.”
Ernest Hemingway

“No matter who you are, no matter what you did, no matter where you've come from, you can always change, become a better version of yourself.”

“How noble and good everyone could be if, every evening before falling asleep, they were to recall to their minds the events of the whole day and consider exactly what has been good and bad. Then without realizing it, you try to improve yourself at the start of each new day.”
Anne Frank

“The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change.”
Carl R. Rogers