Luther Statue, Falde Plaza
CLU's landmark statue of Martin Luther is back on firm footing since reconstruction of the base was completed in May. New concrete, colored pavers and landscaping around Falde Plaza provide a fitting setting for "Enormous Luther," as well as a beautiful, inviting entrance to Pearson Library.
The statue was a gift to the University from the first graduating class of 1964, and Sir Bernardus Weber, an art professor later named professor emeritus, was asked to design a statue that would pay tribute to Martin Luther.
Assisted by Don '64 and David DeMars, the architects for Pearson Library, Weber created a work of art that had been a dream of CLU staff and faculty since the school opened in 1961. The statue was unveiled at the Founders Day Convocation on Oct. 17, 1986.
Visitors to the Nelson Room are greeted by a newly landscaped terrace covered by attractive and versatile fixed and sliding canopies.
Counseling Services is now located on Pioneer Street in what was formerly known as the Kallas House. The redesigned and expanded building houses the University's student and community counseling services and counseling training program.
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