Here's a short look at some of the work our students and staff put themselves through to get all the campus Christmas lights hung. Not everything was a ground level.
Hanging lights around Luther's neck was the hardest and it was so cold, but these students kept at it until it was done.
Up in a tree in the most precarious way, never sure the branches would hold.
Up on the roof of Luther Tower, one of the highest points in the entire area.
And on the ground the week before Thanksgiving when the temperatures never got above the teens. These guys stayed out all day for 5 days to get everything finished. Proud of them all. The campus is now something of a destination for Clayton neighborhood people to walk through at night to see the lights.