Entries by Leah Matzke

Student Life 100 Years Ago …

Want a glimpse of DMLC student life 100 years ago?  Look no further.  The DMLC Messenger provides that and more.  College, co-ed, and alumni notes, jokes ( in “Neu Ulmer Deutsch” in early issues), and advertisements by local businesses give a very entertaining look back on early DMLC and New Ulm days. Click here to […]

Aaron Markgraf Featured by UMAC

The Upper Midwest Athletic Conference (UMAC) wrote a feature story on Aaron Markgraf as part of their “Distinctly UMAC” series. This feature covers Aaron’s story, as well as what it means to be an MLC student athlete. Read the full feature by clicking here.

Reformation 500 Lectures 2017-2018

Commemorating the 500th anniversary of the Lutheran Reformation, a plan to offer a series of Reformation lectures under the theme “The Lutheran Reformation was an Educational Movement” during the 2017-18 school year is underway. A list of speakers have been developed for the three topics: Lecture 1: Educating Youth at the Time of the Lutheran […]

Pulling Out All the Stops

World-renowned organist Tom Bell gave a concert on the Schantz organ in Chapel of the Christ on October 7. He also gave a master class to three students from MLC, two from Bethany Lutheran College-Mankato MN, and one from Gustavus Adolphus College-St. Peter MN. The chosen MLC students— Lucas Krogmann (St. Paul- Ixonia WI), Gabriel […]

Student Newspaper Club

The first issue of the MLC Student Newspaper, Hilltop Happenings, is now available online! Read about changes on campus, the local New Ulm legend of the concrete pig, interviews with new faculty Scharf and Wordell, and more at https://mlc-wels.edu/go/newspaper-sept-2016  

NEW! MLC Digital Wallpaper

Can’t get enough of the beautiful MLC campus? Need a cool wallpaper for your desktop, iOS device, or tablet? We’ve got you covered! Brighten up your screen with one of our new MLC wallpapers, featuring beautiful imagery from around campus throughout the seasons. Get started here: https://mlc-wels.edu/go/wallpaper  

Welcome To MLC!

In addition to new students, we welcome several new faces to our campus as classes resume. Tutor Nathan Wordell begins his service as a tutor in Concord Hall and will teach Latin. Prof. Craig Hirschmann will teach music; Prof. Greg Holzhueter will teach mathematics, physical education and coach; Prof. David Scharf will teach theology; Adjunct […]

Study Abroad – New Blog!

Learn more about MLC’s Study Abroad program through Crystal Carmichael’s blog! Crystal will be studying at the University of Limerick in Ireland for a semester and will give us a glimpse of her experiences. May the Lord bless your studies Crystal! To view her first entry and sign up for email notifications when new posts […]

Develop Congregational Leaders Through CAP

The WELS Congregational Assistant Program (CAP) assists pastors and staff ministers in training qualified leaders in their congregations. CAP offers a range of biblical and practical courses to all WELS members, men and women, to help them grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Many CAP students are already […]